•  Phil Brondyke 07

    Phil Brondyke '07

    Life After Hamline

    "When you graduate from Hamline, there's no shortage of people to write you recommendations or find you career connections. It's fantastic to have coaches, advisors, and staff who know you and can recommend you to potential employers."

    Major: Political science and English with a social justice minor

    Occupation: Graduate student, University College London

    Field of study: International politics with a focus on Russia and Eastern Europe

    On crossing the pond: University College London's School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies is a perfect fit for my area of interest. And London is a nice place to study just about anything- let alone international politics.

    Future plans: I'd like to work for the United States Foreign Service, but I also may draw on my graduate dissertation -- examining global brands and brand development in Eastern Europe -- and be a consultant in the private sector.

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    On behalf of the Board of Trustees, the Dean of Students Office is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2017 John Wesley Leadership and Service Award for Students and the 2017 John Wesley Trustee Award for Faculty and Staff.

    On Tuesday, May 9 during convo hour, the 2017 Spirituality Scholars will present their projects at the year-end fair in Anderson Center Room 112. The theme of this year's program is Healing, Wholeness, Holiness, and students will be tabling each of their individual projects on the theme. Scholars include Debo Bankole, Indie Falana, Austin Crossman, Kaele Culver, Katie Kennedy, Afua Painsil, Riley Davis, Kellen Overig and Sallee Brandt.

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    The Digital Media Arts Department (DMA) is pleased to welcome its spring artist-in-residence Eman Alshawaf, a digital artist and graphic designer from Kuwait. An artist's talk will be held on Tuesday, April 25 from 11:30 a.m.-12:30a.m. in Drew Fine Arts Room 220. Alshawaf will be in residence April 24-28; in addition to the public artist's talk, she will visit several DMA classes as a guest critic/guest speaker, and her work will be featured in the Drew Fine Arts lobby gallery.