• 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:

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  • Faculty & Staff Announcements

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      Are you a full time salaried staff member that is interested in aiding Hamline students during the J-term, Spring Break, or May Travel/Summer programs explore new locations? The GEC is now accepting applications for the position of a Campus Colleague on one of our Faculty Led programs.

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      Professor Allison Baker and students participate in the Twin Cities Zine Fest. Professor Baker will present a publication, "Working Class Folks Don't Belong in Higher Ed" that interrogates classist structures in academia and economic precarity. Made possible in part with support from the Advancing Equity and Social Justice Grant.

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      Associate professor Stacie Bosley's TED-Ed talk was mentioned among the top TED talks of 2019 in Entrepreneur magazine. The talk, entitled "How to spot a pyramid scheme," currently has 1.3 million views on the TEDEd site and 2.3 million views on Facebook.

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      A recent article by non-profit Truth in Advertising featured Stacie Bosley's comments on the trivia app, Givling .This app purports to "crowdfund" student loan debt, but Bosley expresses concerns regarding the risk and losses players may take on in the process.

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      Erik Asp, Jerrod Brown, Vanessa Spiller, and Megan Carter were recently published in the journal Dual Diagnosis for their article: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and Confabulation: A Call to Action and a Need for Increased Awareness, Understanding, and Training among Criminal Justice, Forensic Mental Health, and Legal Professionals.

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      PATTERN / PLACE is a group exhibition featuring Midwest-based artists who investigate the use of pattern through traditionally domestic modes of creating. Often referred to as “Women’s Work”, this colloquial term ascribes specific craft processes to traditional female gender roles.

    • Study-Away-Presentation

      Do you want to help your students find a study away option or internship abroad? The GEC is is now setting up classroom presentation requests for fall 2019. We'd love to join your class for a short time to spread the word on some of Hamline's life-changing opportunities for students.

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