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This summer, Brian Schaumloffel ’20 worked as an assistant campaign manager with Save Our Schools Arizona, a grassroots effort to put a school voucher proposition up to a public vote.…

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The Smith Opera House will host a special double screening of Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner and Get Out on Thursday, Oct. 5. Sponsored by the Media and Society Department…

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GailFoster

Taking her first steps into the ever-changing tech industry, Gail Foster ’17 recently accepted a position with IBM. Utilizing the skills she learned as a computer science major, Foster is…

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Holtman David

From solar to film, David Holtman ’09 has played an influential role in the creation of startups in Louisiana, and his hard work hasn’t gone unnoticed. Recently featured in The…

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4/13/2017 -  French and Francophone Studies capstone portfolio. It was in the Seneca room. The students (all seniors) are from left to right:  Diana Weston, Chalwyn Caulker, August Savarese, Emily Friend, Maggie Nalborne, Laurie Vanbenschoten, Nathan Cameron

5/2/2017 - Awards of “The Certificate of Excellence” in French and Francophone Studies, as well the induction in the National French Honor Society, for Laurie Vanbenschoten and Karoline Loretan, shown with professor Court Wells. The ceremony took place in my office because Laurie and Karoline could not attend the ceremony with the rest of the department (see next picture).

5/2/2017 - Awards of “The Certificate of Excellence” in French and Francophone Studies, as well the induction in the National French Honor Society. The students (all seniors) and faculty are: Diana Weston, Prof. Kanate Dahouda, Emily Friend, prof. Eric Lynch, Chalwyn Caulker, prof./dean Catherine Gallouët, Maggie Nalbone, Ato Bentsi-Enchill, and Nathan Cameron. The ceremony took place in Delancey.
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Seniors in the French and Francophone Studies Department were recognized for outstanding academics at the end of the spring semester as they presented their senior capstone portfolios, were inducted into the…

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Seedsheet

Margaret Santinelli ’18 gained firsthand knowledge of the start-up world this summer by working with the agriculture technology company SeedSheet. Serving as a marketing and sales intern, Santinelli aided the…

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Students, faculty and staff will participate in the first Day of Service of the 2017-2018 academic year on Saturday, Aug. 26. An immersive way to inaugurate the beginning of each…

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“I originally wanted to go to medical school when I first started my career at HWS,” Evan Howard ’17 recalls. “But I came in with an open mind and fell…

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Abigail Janik

Since first meeting U.S. Representative Rosa DeLauro (D – Conn.) on a trip to Washington, D.C. 10 years ago, Abigail Janik ’18 has followed the congresswoman’s career with interest, learning…

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Bickley Family Endowed International Internship Fund 2

Supported by the Bickley Family Endowed International Internship Fund, Soren Anders-MacLeod ’18 and Lillian Heath ’17 have embarked on summer-long internships with premiere global businesses. Anders-MacLeod is spending six weeks…

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