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Seminar co-directed by McLachlan receives funding from NEH

A seminar about the ethical and political philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas that is co-directed by James McLachlan, professor of philosophy and religion, recently received a grant of $80,994 from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Ford presents paper on military credits at engineering education conference

George Ford, associate professor of construction management, presented a paper titled “Translating United States Military Occupational Specialties Training into College Credit at a Regional, Comprehensive University” at the American Society for Engineering Education conference at New Orleans, Louisiana, in late June.

Calvert completes leadership training at HERS Institute

Kristin Calvert, head of content organization and management at Hunter Library, completed the 2016 Higher Education Resource Services Bryn Mawr Summer Institute over a two-week period in July.

Article by Barnes wins award

An article titled “Emerging Julia Sets,” co-authored by Julia Barnes, professor of mathematics, recently won the Carl B. Allendoerfer Award from the Mathematical Association of America.

Early Armenaki film to be re-released on BluRay, DVD

One of the first feature films for which Arledge Armenaki, associate professor of cinematography, served as director of photography will be re-released on BluRay and DVD formats on Tuesday, Aug. 30.

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