Two of our students, Kirsten Hunter, MA in Government, and Arya Birdie, MA in Public Management, are recipients of the highly competitive Bryce Harlow Foundation fellowships. The Bryce Harlow Foundation has posted a spotlight on 2015-16 fellow Kirsten Hunter. Since 1985, the Bryce Harlow Foundation has awarded fellowships to highly motivated, part-time graduate students to support them read more…
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MA in Communication Spotlight Webinar Series Selling Your Message: Speaking and Writing to the Press Featuring Prof. David Helfert Prof. Helfert has nearly 40 years of experience in political and governmental communication writing and producing media for more than 160 political campaigns. He was spokesperson for the House Appropriations Committee, and many other political posts.
Bill Hilgartner takes students on an environmental restoration trip to Lancaster, PA. Students in the Environmental Restoration: Guidelines from Paleoecology and Land Use History are at the Big Spring Run restoration site analyzing recent stream restoration actions.
Museum Studies student Craig Hadley will be the new Executive Director of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association
MA in Museum Studies student Craig Hadley will be the new executive director of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association. Hadley has worked for museums across the country for the past 20 years, in several capacities. He has consulted for the History Channel and the BBC on several historical programs.
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Recently, we named the screening room at the JHU/MICA Film Centre after legendary film producer Saul Zaentz. The Daily Record covered this wonderful event where many of our graduate film students had the chance to meet with special guests from the industry. Representing AAP were Dean Kathleen Burke, Associate Dean for Graduate and Professional Programs, read more…
Advanced Academic Programs’ Master of Science in Applied Economics has been ranked #1 in the nation by College Choice: Best Master’s in Economics, 2016. Johns Hopkins University offers a Masters in Applied Economics both onsite and online, part-time or full-time. This program is both rigorous and application-oriented. Admissions are rolling; you can apply to enter in the read more…
MS in Biotechnology/MBA Alum, Mario Morken, Appointed as Director of Business Development for Exosome Bio
Our MS in Biotechnology/MBA alum, Mario Morken, is on Business Wire for his recent appointment as Director of Business Development for Exosome Bio. Exosome Diagnostics, Inc., the world’s only provider of a revolutionary liquid biopsy platform that enables analysis of both living and dying processes of disease states in one reaction, thus aiming to reduce read more…
Three MS in Applied Economics Students presented papers at the Global Trade Analysis Project (GTAP) conference held June 15 -17, 2016 in Washington D.C. at the World Bank. “The effect of easing traffic congestion in the Philippines using a Computable General Equilibrium model” by Brennan Folsom. “Alternatives to Illegal mining in Peru: Madre de Dios read more…
MA in Museum Studies faculty member Melissa Levine, CRMS Principal Investigator and Lead Copyright Officer at the University of Michigan Library, publishes Finding the Public Domain: Copyright Review Management System Toolkit, a resource dedicated to helping others understand the Copyright Review Management System (CRMS) and implement similar copyright review projects.
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