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MA in Museum Studies Faculty Kris Nesbitt Received the John Cotton Dana Award

Kris Nesbitt

Kris Nesbitt, one of our MA in Museum Studies faculty, received the John Cotton Dana Award for Leadership from the American Library Association. Kris’s work is at the intersection of leadership and education while engaging with the critical needs of all communities–accessibility and inclusion. While Kris’s work has been celebrated and acknowledged publicly, and she read more…

Dr. Cabello’s Interview with Edouard Louis on May 4, 2019

Tristan Cabello, PhD

Dr. Tristan Cabello, Assistant Director of the Master of Liberal Arts Program, will interview French writer Edouard Louis on May 4th, at the Alliance Francaise. Edouard Louis, author of The End of Eddy, History of Violence, and Who Killed My Father. Edouard Louis will talk about his work and its importance as a transformative force read more…

Master of Liberal Arts Program Named One of the Best in the Nation

2019 Best Online Masters Liberal Arts

Johns Hopkins University’s online Master of Liberal Arts (MLA) program has just been ranked #3 in the nation by Online Masters and has received the distinction of being the “Most Established.” Johns Hopkins University is an established leader in academics and provides a master’s in liberal arts program that is the first of its type in the read more…

Paul Weinstein on 2019 WalletHub Tax Survey

Paul Weinstein

Paul Weinstein, Director of the Center for Advanced Governmental Studies‘ Master of Arts in Public Management program, was asked to interpret WalletHub’s 2019 Tax Survey findings. Please read Paul Weinstein’s segment here: 2019 WalletHub Tax Survey The full Survey can be accessed here.  

Dr. Cabello’s Entry in the Global Encyclopedia of LGBTQ History

Tristan Cabello, PhD

Dr. Tristan Cabello, Assistant Director of the Master of Liberal Arts Program, published an entry in the Global Encyclopedia of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) History (on the Latino Gay Alliance). Read Dr. Cabello’s whole piece here: Gay Latino Alliance (GALA) (PDF)

Podcast on African American History of Paris from Dr. Tristan Cabello

Tristan Cabello, PhD

Dr. Tristan Cabello, Assistant Director of the Master of Liberal Arts Program, recently did a podcast with the Cultural Services of the French Embassy on the African American History of Paris. See link here: FrancoFiles: the podcast of the Embassy of France Episode 002 – February 28, 2019 In Depth: African Americans in Paris (12:46) read more…

Paul Weinstein, Director of the MA in Public Management Program, on CNBC

Paul Weinstein

Paul Weinstein, Director of the Center for Advanced Governmental Studies‘ Master of Arts in Public Management program, talks about bank valuations and how they may change. Please watch Paul Weinstein’s segment here: Majority of bankers see 2020 recession (04:12) CNBC Television Published on February 25, 2019.  

Jack O’Connor, Director of the MS in Geospatial Intelligence, at USGIF Smallsat Workshop

Jack O’Connor

Jack O’Connor, Director of the MS in Geospatial Intelligence program, is moderating a panel discussion at the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation Small Sattelite Workshop: The Speed of Innovation, on Tuesday and Wednesday, February 19th and 20th. The panel is on Government Decision Making: Product vs. Pixels. USGIF and its Small Sats Working Group collaborate to host a read more…

Dr. Thomas Haine Completed Co-authorship of New Textbook on Ocean Circulation

Dr. Thomas Haine, Program Chair

Program Chair for Environmental Sciences and Policy and Geographic Information Systems, Dr. Thomas Haine, has just completed co-authorship of a new textbook, Ocean Circulation in Three Dimensions. The book will be published by Cambridge University Press. Book description Notable advances of the last quarter-century have deepened our appreciation of the three-dimensional nature of the ocean’s large-scale circulation. read more…

Paris Noir, The African American History of Paris, talk by Tristan Cabello

Tristan Cabello, PhD

This talk chronicles the lives and experiences of African American expatriates who chose to live in Paris. Since World War I, a tightly knit community of black American writers, artists, musicians and political exiles found in Paris the creative and personal freedom denied to them back home. Many of them are well-known: Richard Wright, James read more…

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