• Inside Hamline

    The Inside Hamline web page is a current listing of Hamline University's campus announcements, events, and student and faculty accomplishments. Bookmark this page and check back often. You'll find what you need to know under the following categories:

    If you have questions about Inside Hamline, please email Micah Terpstra.

  • Campus Announcements

    • Inside Hamline will change to its summer schedule the week of May 25 at which time the emailed newsletter will be sent to students, faculty, and staff once a week on Tuesdays. Inside Hamline is always available to read online.

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      What words of wisdom to graduating seniors have for current and future Hamline students? Emma Scott, who studied anthropology, Latin American studies, and Spanish, shared some sage advice earned during her time at Hamline.

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      Graduating seniors have gained a lot of wisdom and experiences during their years at Hamline, we asked political science and communication studies double major Miiko Taylor to share some of his advice for current and future students.

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      The 2015 Hedgeman Honors and Awards were recently held with over 100 faculty, staff, and students in attendance, recognizing undergraduate student excellence in academics, leadership, and service.

    • Hamline University is currently looking for a full-time, temporary graphic designer, a full-time, temporary general maintenance worker, and a full-time, temporary landscape technician.

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      Long time Professor of Mathematics Wojciech Komornicki passed away on Sunday, May 17 from cancer. A memorial service will be held at 4 p.m. on Monday, May 25, at St. Frances Cabrini Church, 1500 Franklin Ave. SE., Minneapolis.

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      Volunteers from the Hamline community are invited to help staff the Hamline University booth on Saturday, June 27 and Sunday, June 28 at Twin Cities Pride. Also, the Minnesota Private Colleges Council has been chosen to be a parade contingent at this year's Twin Cities Pride parade and would like to invite members of the Hamline community to join them.

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      The latest episode of the student-produced Piper Report takes a look at the exciting events going on as Hamline wraps up the spring semester including service learning projects, Hamline baseball's historic first game at CHS Field, a production by the Hamline University Theatre, things to do off-campus, and the announcement of Hamline's 20th president, Dr. Fayneese Miller.

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      The Hamline community is invited to join the national It's On Us Campaign to create safer college campuses, and prevent and respond to sexual violence.

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  • Accomplishments

    • Congratulations to Hamline Law students Paul Buchel, JD ’16 and Braden Carkhuff, JD ’15 on their respective 1st and 2nd place awards in the Minnesota State Bar Association’s Health Law Section Student Writing Competition.

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      Dr. Craig Waldron, lecturer in the School of Business, presented at the Minnesota National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials' Annual Spring Conference.

    • Professor and associate dean of the Hamline School of Law Kate Kruse presented her paper, Wrongful Convictions and Upstream Reform in the Criminal Justice System, at the 2015 Innocence Network Conference, which brought together criminal justice system scholars, attorneys, policy analysts, and exonerees.

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      David Allen Larson, professor of law, made a presentation at the Thomson Reuters headquarters and main campus titled, "Prejudices, Stereotypes, and Ill-Informed Opinions: What Attorneys, Businesses and Employees Need to Know about Unconscious Bias and Discrimination." Hamline School of Law alumna Megan Brennan '06 was also one of the speakers.

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      Ken Fox, school of business professor and Hamline School of Law Dispute Resolution Institute Senior Fellow, has been appointed to serve on the first International Advisory Board of the Afghanistan Center for Commercial Dispute Resolution.

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      Jim Scheibel, professor of practice in the Hamline School of Business, was a keynote speaker for the Women in Municipal Government conference held in St. Paul.

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      Dr. Reid Zimmerman presented in a series of seminars for the Rural Aging Initiative of the Northland Foundation in Duluth.

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      Krista Soria, adjunct faculty for the English department and Hamline College of Liberal Arts alumna, recently published a journal article linking first-year students' strengths, awareness, and retention.

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      Benji Altman CLA '18 recently participated in the intercollegiate computer science competition CarlHacks and won first prize, along with his three teammates, for developing an app in just 36 hours to assist those who are colorblind using Google Chrome.

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      Zacc Harris, jazz guitar and composition teacher in the Hamline Music Department, has recently won a McKnight Fellowship with his group, the Atlantis Quartet.

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      Hamline School of Business Professor and Dispute Resolution Institute Senior Fellow Ken Fox delivered the invited conference presentation, "Transforming Lives: The Impact of Rotary on One Peacebuilder's Journey" at the 2015 Rotary District 5960 annual conference in Rochester, Minnesota.

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      Hamline Professor Andrew Wykes and his Drawing Arts class got the unique experience to visit and make drawings of the steam engine at Bandana Square, Saint Paul.

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      Rachel Endo, chair of teacher education in the Hamline School of Education, participated in two sessions at the Association for Asian American Studies 2015 conference in Evanston, Illinois.

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      Athletics Director Jason Verdugo has been invited to deliver a presentation at the third annual Division III Institute for Administrative Advancement at the National Collegiate Athletic Association's (NCAA) national office.

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      School of Business Marketing Professor James Hagen was the featured speaker at an assembly of over 300 students in the faculty of political science and public affairs at the Autonomous University of Nuevo Leone in Monterrey, Mexico.

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      Professor Pope lectured at Southern Illinois University, presented at Minnesota Network of Hospice and Palliative Care, and advised students on a service event.

    • Danny Muck, senior political science major, presented his paper, "Stabilization or Exploitation? Cartelization as Institutional Drift in Romania and the Czech Republic" with Political Science Professor Karen Vogel at the Midwest Political Science Association Conference in Chicago on Sunday, April 19.

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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.

    • 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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      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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