• Hamline News

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      Assistant Professor of Economics Stacie Bosley presented her paper, "A Network Analysis of a Pyramid Scheme" at the Midwest Economics Association Annual Conference.

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      Professor of Theatre Arts Jeff Turner presented a paper entitled, "Repositioning Spectators as Postmodern Flânerie: Neo-cosmopolitanism, Transnational Cinema, and Apichatpong Weerasethakul's Syndromes and a Century" at the 2015 Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference in Montreal, Quebec.

    • Gino Terrell, communication studies major and sports editor for The Oracle, recently won five Region 6 Mark of Excellence Awards from the Society of Professional Journalists.

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      Julie Bach, writing specialist, and Gabrielle Rose Simons, adjunct faculty for the Department of English, recently presented a workshop entitled, "Writing Center Pedagogy in the Composition Classroom" at the annual Minnesota Writing and English Consortium conference.

    • Theatre Professor and Making Waves Director Carolyn Levy was interviewed by the Harvard Crimson in an article on social activism through theatre recognizing her work with the Making Waves Social Justice Theatre Troupe.

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      Political Science Professor Karen Vogel facilitated the New Faculty Advisor Session at the National Model United Nations Conference in New York. In recognition of her over twenty years of service with the organization, the National Model United Nations/National Collegiate Conference Association asked her to speak at the closing ceremonies of the conference at the Great Hall of the United Nations.

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      The Hamline University baseball team made history on Saturday, April 11, 2015 when the Pipers played and won the first-ever game at CHS Field in Lowertown Saint Paul. 

    • Making Waves Director Carolyn Levy, Assistant Director Salima Seale, and five other members of Making Waves, the Hamline social justice theatre troupe, performed for the North Central Regional Conference of the American Association for Paralegal Education on Saturday, March 21.

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      Undergraduate economics major Linda Umwali '18 traveled nearly 8,000 miles to pursue her college degree in a culture vastly different than what she's used to and in a country she'd never been to before. Umwali is the first-ever recipient of a scholarship that was born out of a Hamline study abroad trip to her home country of Rwanda.

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      Mary B. Trevor's article, "The Five Hundred Hats of LRW: A Cautionary Tale?" has been published in the Spring 2015 issue of "The Second Draft," the newsletter of the national Legal Writing Institute.

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      Mark Berkson gave a lecture entitled, "Religion: Source of Violence or Path to Peace?" at the Senior College of West Central Minnesota in Alexandria on Sunday, March 19.

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      David Weiss's essay, "The 'Adjunct Factor' in Admissions," was published in the national journal "Recruitment & Retention."

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      Modern languages professor Andrea Bell read and spoke about her translation of a Chilean science fiction story, "All We Zombies" at the inauguration of "Babelfish," a new session on translating fantastic literature at the International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts in Orlando on Friday, March 20.

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      Stacie Bosley recently presented "A Network Analysis of a Pyramid Scheme" at the Midwest Economics Association annual conference.

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      The Hamline University Model United Nations Team participated in the National Model United Nations Conference 2015 representing Iceland. For the fourth year in a row, the team took home an Honorable Mention Award for Best Delegation out of over 200 delegations at the conference.

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      School of Education Professor Betsy Parrish and ATLAS Director Patsy Vinogradov co-presented two sessions at the International Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Convention in Toronto, Canada on March 27.

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      School of Law Dean Jean Holloway has accepted a new role, although she will continue to be involved in the American Bar Association (ABA) accreditation process for Mitchell|Hamline School of Law. Professor and former associate dean, Marie Failinger, will serve as interim dean of Hamline School of Law.

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      The latest episode of the student-produced Piper Report takes a look the Minnesota Private Colleges' Day at the Capitol, the Hamline men's hockey team's exciting season, asks students what they look for in a university president, and ends with a message from the Hamline Undergraduate Student Congress president and vice president.

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      Wallace Swan presented two papers at the annual American Society for Public Administration conference in Chicago and was elected as Chair Elect (2016) of the L.G.B.T. Advocacy Alliance Section of A.S.P.A.

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      Dr. Reid Zimmerman, lecturer for Hamline School of Business, presented at the Nonprofit Finance and Sustainability Conference earlier this month.

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      Public health sciences major Eden Hunter put her academics into action as an intern for a project called Art Out of the Box at Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota.

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      Dr. Krista Soria, adjunct faculty for the Hamline Department of English and Hamline college of Liberal Arts alumna '02, recently published a co-edited volume on the benefits of involvement for diverse college student populations.

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      Mark Berkson presented his book chapter, "The Cultivation, Calling and Loss of the Self: Confucian and Daoist Perspectives on Vocation" at a workshop at St. John's University.

    • Hamline JD-degree seeking students who enroll in three or more credits during the summer of 2015 will receive a scholarship of $1,000.

    • Undergraduate student Andrew Brady has been accepted to the master of music in scoring for film at Berklee College of Music, the highly selective and prestigious program in Valencia, Spain.

    • AWP 2015 news

      Find CWP and Water~Stone Review faculty, students, alums on panels, readings, all over at AWP 2015. April 8 - 11, at Minneapolis Convention Center.

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      The Associated Colleges of the Twin Cities (Augsburg, Hamline, Macalester, St. Catherine and St. Thomas) have decided to discontinue bus service between the campuses at the end of this academic year. Other transportation options available.

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      Political Science Professor Binnur Ozkececi-Taner has been published by the Journal of International Relations and Development and an article of hers published by Turkish Studies in 2012 was also translated in Turkish to be included in a new textbook on political psychology.

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      Hamline School of Business Dean Anne McCarthy wrote an article for the Star Tribune on the current moral landscape of the business world and explains what business schools need to do to prepare students to handle the ethical dilemmas they will face.

    • The Council on Undergraduate Research has recognized Hamline as one of 57 academic institutions whose exemplary participation in the National Conference on Undergraduate Research has "led the way" in promoting high quality faculty-undergraduate collaborative research.

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