MA in Communication program student Kristin Geer spoke at TEDx Talks. Kristin is in her last semester, conducting her thesis research on how women survive cancer “bounce up”. The Tinfoil Cape | Kristin Geer | TEDx Talks
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Come see the award-winning documentary, Frame by Frame for which our MA in Global Security Studies alum, Baktash Ahadi, was Associate Producer and Translator! October 5, 2016 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Johns Hopkins Washington, DC Center, 1717 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Room 204
[Dear Class, my meditation on the themes of our class during our stay in Rhodos. Another soon from Patmos and the apocalyptic!] Rhodes is an ancient city, boasting a 2400-year provenance, with three parent cities on the island that go back even farther than that. Yet, in spite of predominantly Byzantine houses (some, like our hotel, read more…
The Washington Post published an article about a 2004 Master of Liberal Arts Program Graduate, Edward Gillespie. In push to reform police work, officers examine their own biases.
Research Administration Program Director, Dr. Marianne R. Woods, attends the INORMS Australia Congress
MS in Research Administration Program Director, Dr. Marianne R. Woods, is all set up at the INORMS 2016 congress! The Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS) hosts the International Network of Research Management Societies (INORMS) congress in September 2016 in Melbourne Australia. The theme of the congress is Research Management in a Connected World. It is read more…
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…
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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