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Michael Klosson '71
Michael Klosson ’71 Presents “The Humanitarian Imperative”

“I’m here to talk about the humanitarian imperative, which is the imperative to save lives. My team is constantly thinking, how can we help people? What can we be doing better?” began Michael Klosson ’71, vice president of policy and humanitarian response for Save the Children in his Nov. 12 lecture. The lecture, titled “The Humanitarian Imperative: Is the World Failing the Most Vulnerable? What's to be Done?” was an overview of Klosson’s work with Save the Children and of modern humanitarianism.  More ...

Frank Anechiarico ’71
Anechiarico ’71 Joins Museum Advisory Board

Frank Anechiarico ’71, the Maynard-Knox Professor of Government and Law, recently joined the advisory board of The Museum of Political Corruption in Albany, N.Y. Also on the board is former gubernatorial candidate Zephyr Teachout.  More ...

Frank Anechiarico
Anechiarico ’71 New PIN Managing Editor

Frank Anechiarico ’71, the Maynard-Knox Professor of Government and Law, will take over as managing editor of the journal Public Integrity (PIN) on Sept. 1. He has served on the editorial board for several years.  More ...

Myriam Cotten
Cotten’s Article with Students, Alumni is JACS Cover Story and Podcast

Associate Professor of Chemistry Myriam Cotten is the corresponding author of a paper that was selected as the cover story in the March 5 print edition of the Journal of the American Chemical Society (JACS).  More ...

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Cotten Publishes in JACS With Co-Authors Burzynski ’12, Dao ’12, Hayden ’14, Wieczorek ’11

Associate Professor of Chemistry Myriam Cotten is the corresponding author of a paper that was published online on Jan. 10 in the Journal of the American Chemical Society (JACS). The results presented are the culmination of more than five years of work as part of Cotten’s National Science Foundation CAREER grant.  More ...

Frank Anechiarico '71
Anechiarico '71 Presents at Johns Hopkins

Frank Anechiarico ‘71, the Maynard-Knox Professor of Government and Law, gave a lecture on Nov. 29 at the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University. His lecture on “The Law and Politics of Quarantine in the United States” was at the invitation of the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.  More ...

DC Program students on the balcony of the Newseum.
DC Program Students Begin Semester With Visit to Newseum

Twelve juniors have begun the fall 2012 Program in Washington, which combines academic seminars, independent research and internships. Internships this semester include Department of Justice, Environmental Protection Agency, Democratic National Committee, and a variety of thinks tanks, consulting firms, and non-profits.   The semester  includes a co-curricular program of meetings with policymakers and excursions to take advantage of Washington’s educational and cultural assets. The program is directed this semester by Professor of Government David Paris ’71.  More ...

Frank Anechiarico '71
Anechiarico '71 Participates in International Summit

Maynard-Knox Professor of Government and Law Frank Anechiarico was an organizer and addressed delegates at the 10th New York City Global Partners Summit “Public Integrity: Anti-Corruption Strategies, Economic Development and Good Governance” June 6-8 at Fordham University School of Law.  More ...

David Paris '71
Paris ’71 Featured in Radio Higher Ed Podcast

Professor of Government David Paris ’71  recorded a Radio Higher Ed podcast in which he discussed the work of the New Leadership Alliance for Student Learning and Accountability.  More ...

Caroline Winterer
“The Classical World of Alexander Hamilton” is Lecture Topic

Caroline Winterer, professor of history and classics at Stanford University, will present a lecture, “The Classical World of Alexander Hamilton,” on Monday, April 16, at 4:10 p.m., in the Taylor Science Center Kennedy Auditorium. The lecture is sponsored by the Classics Department and is free and open to the public.  More ...

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