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Audeh Serves as New NAC&U Faculty Ambassador

Aida Audeh, professor of art history in the Department of Studio Arts and Art History, has agreed to serve as one of Hamline's two New American Colleges and Universities (NAC&U) faculty ambassadors. Professor Audeh replaces Professor Vena Deo, whose term as NAC&U ambassador recently concluded. Along with current ambassador Professor Jennifer Carlson, Audeh's role as ambassador will be to help foster connections between NAC&U schools and to provide information and facilitate collaboration between the faculty of these schools.

"The faculty should see the Ambassador as an available resource, someone they can seek out in the event they want a program, course, or happening to be brought to the attention of the consortium," according to NAC&U.

Hamline is a founding member of the NAC&U, which consists of 25 selective, small to mid-size (2,000 – 7,500 students) independent colleges and universities dedicated to the purposeful integration of liberal education, professional studies, and civic engagement.