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      Professor of History John Mazis had his book, "A Man for All Seasons: The Uncompromising Life of Ion Dragoumis" published.

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      Professor Pope was recently published, organized and moderated two sessions at the American Association of Law Schools' annual meeting, and presented to over 100 people at an event on facilitating dialogue about death by neurological criteria.

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      Law Professor Laura Hermer's article,"Rationalizing Home and Community-Based Services Under Medicaid," was recently published in the Journal of Health Law and Policy.

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      Joe Peschek, professor of political science, is the co-author of the new book, The Unsustainable Presidency: Clinton, Bush, Obama, and Beyond, written with William F. Grover.

    • Staff and faculty are invited to join the discussion of Shannon Moroney's memoir, Through the Glass, in preparation for the 2015 Symposium on the Humanities. The discussion will be held Tuesday, March 17 during convo hour.

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      Hamline School of Law Professor Sharon Sandeen's recent article, Here Comes the Trade Secret Trolls (with D. Levine), has been accepted for publication by Washington and Lee Law Review Online.

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      Creative Writing Programs Director Mary Rockcastle wins Kay Sexton Award which recognizes individuals who have shown dedication and work in fostering books, reading, and literary activity.

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      Ben Phillip, director of technical support services, was a member of two panel sessions at GusDay, an annual information technology conference for Minnesota higher education institutions.

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      Hamline economics major Linda Umwali has big plans for the future. She wants to become Rwanda's finance minister. MPR News featured Linda in a story about her journey from Rwanda to Hamline thanks to a scholarship that was born out of a study abroad trip to that country, led by Sociology Professor Melissa Sheridan Embser-Herbert.

    • All are invited to session two of the Hamline School of Business Insights and Trends Premier Seminar Series at the Hamline University Minneapolis campus featuring Diane Tran of Minnesota Rising on Thursday, February 5 from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

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      The Hamline community and general public are invited to Winter WonderJam, Hamline's student run concert event of the year featuring Smallpools, Yonas, and Step Rockets on Saturday, February 21.

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      The Hamline community is invited to the Hamline University 2015 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration and Day of Service on Friday, January 16. The commemoration program will be held in Sundin Music Hall from 9:15 - 10:15 a.m. and the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service will be from 10:15 - 1 p.m. at various off-campus locations.

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      Mary Jane Morrison has accepted a formal invitation to speak at Shanghai University's law school in March about strict liability in criminal law regarding the United States Postal Regulatory Commission.

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      Professor Sharon K. Sandeen recently spoke about trade secret law and policy at the 5th Asia-Pacific Innovation Conference at the University of Technology in Sydney.

    • Molly Isaacson and Tracy Williams recently presented the Hamline Institutional Research newsletter at the Annual Conference of the Association of Institutional Research in the Upper Midwest. 

    • Hamline University School of Law was awarded a total of $150,000 over the next three years in the form of a grant by the St. Paul Foundation and the F.R. Bigelow Foundation to provide funding for an attorney to staff the medical-legal partnership between Hamline University School of Law and the St. Paul-based United Family Medicine medical clinic.

    • Hamline Law Associate Professor Mary B. Trevor and Hamline Law Professor of Alternative Dispute Resolution Law and Practice Giuseppe De Palo recently presented, "The Role of Mandatory Mediation in the European Union and the United States."

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      Kris Deffenbacher published the article, "Mythmaking in Roddy Doyle's The Last Roundup Trilogy" in Nordic Irish Studies' special issue on cultural memory.

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      Professor Sharon Press was honored with the 2014 A.M. "Sandy" Keith Alternative Dispute Resolution Award by the Board of Directors of the Minnesota Dispute Resolution Center.

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      Professor of Studio Arts Andrew Wykes' article titled, "Emergence: Coming out of our teachers, the places we loved, and how we find ourselves now" will be published in January of 2015.  

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      Professor of Law Sharon Sandeen recently spoke about U.S. trade secret law at a conference organized by Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan.

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      Kris Norman-Major, professor and director of public administration programs in the Hamline School of Business, had an article on succession planning published in the November/December issue of Minnesota Cities Magazine.

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      Dr. Craig Waldron, lecturer in the Hamline School of Business, presented at the Association of Minnesota Counties Annual Conference in Saint Cloud. 

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      Professor George Chu will present a symposium entitled, "La Interrelación de la Musica, las Bellas Artes, y la Pobreza" (The Interrelationship of Music, Fine Arts, and Poverty) in Villarica, Chile on Thursday, January 8.

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      One Hamline class has had the opportunity to analyze the Ebola outbreak as it unfolds. Last spring Professor of Global Studies Kathryn Geurts ordered books for her class, "Culture, Illness, and Health." The book she chose was about Ebola in Africa. Now, six months later Ebola has become a major headline and issue around the world and United States.

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      Katharine Bjork, professor of history and global studies, has been awarded a fellowship by the National Endowment for the Humanities to support work on her book.

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      From fancy French cuisine to streetwise food truck fare, Hamline alumni apply liberal arts smarts to excel in the competitive food service industry.

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