News 2015

Roberts to Give Naef Scholars Last Lecture

Professor Christina Roberts presents "Moving Beyond the Master Narrative: Indigeneity, Ecofeminism, and the Stories that Shape Us" as the Naef Scholars "Last Lecture" on April 8.
Apr 2, 2015

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Arts and Sciences Enters into Partnership with Macau University

Dean David Powers signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Macau University of Science and Technology that provides opportunities for MUST graduates to pursue an MPA in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Apr 1, 2015

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Helfgott Examines Copycat Crime

Criminal Justice Chair Jacqueline Helfgott just published an article on copycat crime. She notes growing evidence suggesting that copycat crime is exacerbated by the media.
Mar 30, 2015

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Nonprofit Leaders Join MPA Faculty for Summer Program

MPA Director Larry Hubbell announced that Neil J. Nicoll and Mary Kaufman-Cranney are bringing their wealth of experience and expertise to teach in the MPA program.
Mar 27, 2015

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Four Take Top Honors in Photography Competition

"Rahavaviko Kely," Malagasy for "my little sisters," by senior Kirsti Ruud took first place in the Study Abroad category in the 7th annual Imagining the World photo competition.
Mar 24, 2015

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Tung Publishes on Modernism and Time Machines

English Professor Charles Tung examines 20th century texts and paintings as they reframe time and movement in his latest publication.
Mar 23, 2015

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Criminal Justice Welcomes David Patrick Connor

David Patrick Connor joins the faculty in the Criminal Justice Department and will teach in the undergraduate and master's degree programs.
Mar 13, 2015

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Social Work Faculty Welcome Joseph DeFilippis

The Social Work program welcomes Joseph DeFilippis. He will focus his teaching on policy advocacy, social work macro practice, and social justice issues related to social work.
Mar 11, 2015

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Robinson Joins International Studies Faculty

Nova Robinson joins the faculty in the International Studies Department. Her research focuses on women and gender history with an emphasis on the Middle East.
Mar 9, 2015

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Arnold Designs Costumes for Jacques Brel at the ACT Theatre

Theatre Professor Harmony Arnold is designing the costumes for "Jacques Brel," a musical review. Brel's music has been performed by David Bowie, Frank Sinatra, Nina Simone, Neil Diamond, Celine Dion, Nirvana, and many others.
Mar 6, 2015

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