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The HWS Update

The Colleges’ Center for Civic Engagement and Service Learning (CCESL), along with the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), recently launched the “Community Engaged Faculty Fellows Program” for faculty interested in creating a community-engaged component to a course or in building a community-engaged research agenda. Members of the inaugural cohort include Associate Professor of Education Mary Kelly,

Cate Taylor, an assistant professor of sociology at the University of California at Santa Barbara, delivered a lecture on campus highlighting issues that arise from gender segregation in the workplace. On Thursday, Sept. 20, Taylor presented “Work and Gender: Barriers and Opportunities” in Froelich Hall in the Gearan Center for the Performing Arts. Taylor’s research has

Seth Langson ’73 has been an advocate for survivors of sexual abuse for more than 30 years, taking on both individual abusers and institutions, including the Catholic Church, to secure justice for his clients. In 2010, he reached a $1 million settlement with the diocese of Charlotte, N.C. That case, Price v. Diocese of Charlotte,

As a production intern for ABC’s Good Morning America, Nicole Katchis ’19 appeared on the morning show during a segment on how interns can stand out during their summer opportunities. It’s a feat Katchis already accomplished early this summer when she was sent into the field to secure a quote for a story on Pastor

During her internship this summer in Paris with the U.S. Commercial Service, Erika Ireland ’19 is helping facilitate business opportunities for American companies in Europe’s energy and telecommunications sectors. The recipient of a 2018 Charles H. Salisbury Summer International Internship Stipend, Ireland has been exploring the regulatory aspects of this branch of the U.S. Department