1. David Bander, MFA '13 Graduate

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    Some people with a strong background in science, like Galileo and Einstein, also have a passion for the arts. For David Bander, MFA ’13, his undergraduate work in applied biology became a foundation for pursuing his passion for theater.

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    • Professor Amelia Derr Interview

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      Social Work Professor Amelia Seraphia Derr was asked to facilitate a special program that brings together Seattle police officers and refugee women to build trust, strengthen public safety, and eliminate barriers to accessing services. Today, she prepares her students to take their classroom skills into the community, and to not just be social workers, but to be social-justice workers.

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      • Major In A Minute: Philosophy

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        This video highlights the major, Philosophy. Voiceover: Ayesha Kirk - Philosophy Student

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        • Merit Weekend 2015

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          The College of Arts & Sciences at the University of Kentucky offers the opportunity to work with renowned faculty in over forty varied departments. From Economics to Earth and Environmental Studies, A&S offers a hands-on educational experience, preparing you for a successful career after graduation.

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          • BENEATH THE SURFACE: Student Curator Monica Fenton discusses Penn Museum's new exhibition

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            On view February 7 through November 1, 2015 Penn Museum University of Pennsylvania Spectacular finds at the Precolumbian cemetery of Sitio Conte in central Panama shed light on a mysterious and complex society that thrived there more than 1,000 years ago. A high chieftain's grave site is featured; excavated by Penn Museum archaeologist J. Alden Mason in 1940, the burial contained glittering gold adornments and plaques embossed with animal-human motifs, pottery, tools, and weapons. This new exhibition offers contemporary perspectives on the people and culture from a range of scholars and scientists. http://www.penn.museum/current-changing-exhibits/beneath-the-surface.html

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            • Gabriel Manriquez and the Master of Nonprofit Leadership Program

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              Listen to Gabriel Manriquez describe the value of leadership that is a foundational part of the Master of Nonprofit Leadership (MNPL) program at Seattle University.

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              • Ms. CAS 2015

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                • Megan Yerxa, Crime Analyst, Tacoma Police Dept.

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                  There is no such thing as a typical day in the life of a crime analyst, nor is it like TV. For Megan Yerxa, MACJ ‘13, CACP ’13, combing data, doing statistics, and looking for emerging patterns provide valuable information for detectives and officers fighting crime in the field.

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                  • Building Diversity: Press Conference for Mathematics Graduate Program Funding

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                    Reflecting the University of Kentucky's growing leadership in ensuring more diversity in graduate studies, President Eli Capilouto Friday announced that the university's Department of Mathematics, within the College of Arts and Sciences, has been awarded a $559,626 National Science Foundation grant to fund the new Graduate Scholars in Mathematics program. The funding will be dispersed through July 2019. The program will support incoming mathematics graduate students at UK, including first-generation and Appalachian students, for the critical first two years of doctoral study, with a goal of helping to build a more diverse community of mathematicians. Graduate Scholars in Mathematics (GSM), accepting applications until Jan. 15 and launching in fall of 2015, will provide rigorous pre-professional training in advanced mathematics, provide participants with an early introduction to research in mathematics and develop their academic leadership skills.

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                    • Rick Malleus-Intercultural Reentry

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                      Professor Rick Malleus experienced culture shock upon arriving in the United States from Zimbabwe as an 18-year-old international student. Now a professor in the communication department, he focuses on intercultural communications and the challenges facing Seattle University students when they re-enter their home country.

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