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Endowment advisory committee ensures ethically responsible investing

Endowment advisory committee ensures ethically responsible investing

December 13, 2018

The Ethical Investment Advisory Committee includes three full-time faculty members and three non-faculty members: an undergraduate, a graduate student or post-doctoral fellow, and a non-academic staff member.

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Hajim School faculty members honored by ACM, IEEE

Hajim School faculty members honored by ACM, IEEE

December 13, 2018

The Association for Computer Machinery (ACM) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) welcome four new fellows from the faculty of the Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

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Faculty earn NEH honors for religious history, art history research

Faculty earn NEH honors for religious history, art history research

December 12, 2018

Aaron Hughes and Peter Christensen have each been awarded National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship grants.

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Jim Zavislan named fellow of National Academy of Inventors

Jim Zavislan named fellow of National Academy of Inventors

December 12, 2018

The associate professor of optics holds 63 U.S. and 151 foreign patents and his inventions have helped protect the integrity of the ballot box, preserve great works of art, and assess the damage mobile screens do to our eyes.

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Remembering political scientist William Bluhm

Remembering political scientist William Bluhm

December 10, 2018

Colleagues and friends are remembering William (Ted) Bluhm, a political theorist who served on the University faculty for nearly 40 years and whose work on political philosophy and ethics endures.

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Symone Sanders to deliver MLK Commemorative Address

Symone Sanders to deliver MLK Commemorative Address

December 7, 2018

Sanders is a political commentator for CNN and served national press secretary for Senator Bernie Sanders during his 2016 presidential run, the youngest press secretary for a presidential candidate.

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Brigid Cahill to lead University’s Counseling Center

Brigid Cahill to lead University’s Counseling Center

December 7, 2018

The Counseling Center, a unit of UHS, serves students University-wide and provides comprehensive assessments and individualized treatment plans to meet an individual’s mental health and wellness needs.

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‘Innovation is a muscle’ — 8 questions about the iZone

‘Innovation is a muscle’ — 8 questions about the iZone

November 29, 2018

Julia Maddox, director of the new Barbara J. Burger iZone at Rush Rhees Library, talks about what stops many would-be innovators, and how the iZone’s intentional design fosters creative thinking and actions.

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Anand R. Marri appointed dean of the Warner School of Education

Anand R. Marri appointed dean of the Warner School of Education

November 20, 2018

With a background in secondary and higher education, Marri served as the highest-ranking officer for education in the Federal Reserve System. His appointment begins Jan. 1.

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An officer and an organ donor

An officer and an organ donor

November 12, 2018

Lieutenant Dan Schermerhorn Jr. works the day shift. Peace Officer Paul Wlosinski works nights. The two Department of Public Safety colleagues are forever connected by an act of generosity that gave Schermerhorn a second chance.

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