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The former vice president sits down for a wide-ranging discussion in Bender Arena.
Susan Dix Lyons was honored as an Unsung Hero of Compassion.
The 2014 Crader Family Book Prize in American Values was presented to Chris Edelson, assistant professor of government
Erik Alda, Ph.D. candidate in justice, law, and criminology, finds Guatemala police force underperforming, despite increased resources.
Dreisbach, professor of justice, law, and criminology, examines the role of religion in America's founding in a pair of new publications
Take the Tension out of Presentations with the Kogod Center for Business Communications at the Library
The Kogod Center for Business Communications joins the Library through April 25 to help you with professional communications. Drop in or make an appointment for help with public speaking, presentations, and business writing.
A study funded by the National Institute of Justice found that chronic underfunding of a federal program matching firearms evidence with previously unrelated crimes has hampered homicide investigations.
Studio art professor Tim Doud finds inspiration and focus for many of his paintings through online portrayals.
Environmental science professor Stephen MacAvoy studies nutrient movement in aquatic systems, specifically in urban waters.
In this issue of Dean's Picks, students collaborate on SOC Water Project, DeNardis appointed to key committee, and alum's "Astronaut' screens in orbit.
In his latest book, The Thistle and the Drone: How America’s War on Terror became a Global War on Tribal Islam, Akbar Ahmed focuses on tribal areas in Islamic regions, the peripheral areas between states, and the communities living between borders.
Dr. Patrick Malone will present during the Ninth Annual Governor's Executive Development Program for State Officials.
Alumni discuss their chosen career paths after securing a PhD in economics.
Computer science alumnus Sajid Islam launched a collaborative technology startup in Bangledesh.
Film noir and consumer culture converge in new book by literature professor Erik Dussere.
The teams proposed policies to improve employment and economic outcomes for younger workers.
Stacey Shindelar, a 2013 graduate of the Key Executive Leadership Certificate Program, recently wrote an article entitled "Big Data and the Government Agency" for The Public Manager. The article appears in Vol. 43, No. 1 of The Public Manager.
Arts supporter Sylvia Greenberg performed on the Greenberg Theatre stage.
Professor Vivian Vasquez received a National Council of Teachers of English award and had a scholarship named in her honor.
Dean Peter Starr was named a Chevalier de l'Ordre des Palmes Academiques—a knight in the Order of Academic Palms.