Hamline’s slam poetry group encourages creative expression through spoken word.
Faculty, staff, students, alumni, and community members all came together to celebrate the bright future of the newly opened Center for Justice and Law (CJL), and the role it will play at Hamline and in the Twin Cities.
Members of the Hamline community from alumni to faculty, the tennis team to physics students, all gathered in the northwest corner of Giddens Learning Center over Alumni Weekend to celebrate the dedication of a new research center.
Hamline, ranked first in Minnesota and 14th in the nation in its category of the Top 40 Master’s Colleges and Universities, was again named a leader in study abroad opportunities in the latest Open Doors Report by the Institute of International Education.
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Hamline University is thrilled to announce it has received grants from the Joyce Foundation and William and Flora Hewlett Foundation's Madison Initiative totaling nearly $500,000. The grants will be used to help fund the Citizen Assemblies (CA) project. Created by Hamline Political Science Professor David Schultz.
Esteemed author Coe Booth has joined the MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults (MFAC) Program as a faculty member. Booth has published numerous books for adolescents including Tyrell, Bronxwood, and her latest novel, Kinda Like Brothers.
Criminal Justice professors Jillian Peterson and Shelly Schaefer recently published an op-ed, "For police training, do the research to figure out what works," in the Pioneer Press.
At Hamline, student research happens all year long across all areas of study. Under the guidance of their professors, students undertake these collaborative research projects by first determining what specific topic and question they would like to examine in-depth. The result is a fascinating array of questions and discoveries that lead to students being chosen to present their work at national conferences.
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