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    Hamline was again named a leader in study abroad opportunities in the latest Open Doors Report by the Institute of International Education (IIE). Hamline is ranked first in Minnesota and 14th in the nation in its category of the Top 40 Master's Colleges and Universities. 

     

    The university received a generous $1.4 million endowed gift from Hamline alumnus Robert Green '57, MALS '96. The gift will establish the Robert E. Green Distinguished Professorship in Computational Science Fund to help prepare future Hamline students to meet the challenges of rapidly-evolving technology.

    Hamline's public administration programs build on an impressive track record of more than 30 years of preparing dedicated public servants who make important decisions that influence all areas of the sector: public safety, transportation, education, utilities, food safety, public health, and environmental control. Recently, the success of public administration and criminal justice alumni in the public safety sector has been particularly evident on the statewide and even international stage. 

     

    A $1.5 million grant from the United States Department of Education will bolster the already impressive work the Hamline School of Education undertakes to train all teachers to work with English learners with the the English Learners in the Mainstream (ELM) Project.