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Transdisciplinary Collaboration Is Key

William Tate, PhD, whose research is deep and diverse, is well poised to guide the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences into a new era.

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Virginia Terpening, Rediscovered

The late Virginia Terpening’s “lost” work gets found, as it’s moved from an obscure rusty trailer to art-world reappraisal.

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Empowerment for Everyone

Laura Knights, BS ’03, an “M-Powerment” coach, uses a three-pronged approach to helping others: motivation, movement and momentum.

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Big Fun

By a show of hands, Thurtene Carnival was once again a big success.

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Tate is the new dean of the Graduate School.

Terpening’s collection of artwork is found.

As a career coach, Knights lives to serve others.

Student creativity shines during Thurtene festivities.

ALUMNI FEATURE:

Clear-Eyed Vision As a vice president at Siemens Healthcare, alumna Christine Lorenz, PhD, helps provide doctors with the imaging tools they need to create a healthier world.

UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

On Well-being University of Wisconsin neuroscientist Richard Davidson visits campus, speaking on the impacts of contemplative practice on the brain and, by extension, well-being.
Discussion with Professor Randy Larsen
Discussion with Professor Beata Grant

UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

Interprofessional Education: Learning Patient-Centered Care In a new course, “Interprofessional Education,” students from varied medical programs come together to learn how to better communicate and coordinate patient care.

ALUMNI FEATURE:

Virginia Terpening, Rediscovered The late Virginia Terpening’s “lost” work gets found, as it’s moved from an obscure rusty trailer to art-world reappraisal.

 

FRONTRUNNERS:

First-Year Champion Setting a meet and school record, freshman Michael Lagieski wins the 100 breaststroke at the 2014 NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving Championships.

FRONTRUNNERS:

‘Vision, Energy and Knowledge of Legal Education’ Nancy Staudt, JD, PhD, a nationally renowned scholar in tax policy and empirical legal studies, rejoins the School of Law, bringing abundant skills to her new role as dean.

FRONTRUNNERS:

Transdisciplinary Collaboration Is Key William Tate, PhD, whose research is deep and diverse, is well poised to guide the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences into a new era.

COMMUNITY IN PICS:

Big Fun By a show of hands, Thurtene Carnival was once again a big success.

 




ALUMNI ACTIVITIES:

Keeping Alumni Engaged: From Family Night to Founders Day Eliot Family Night at Bears basketball games is a fun event for all generations; Founders Day announces author Thomas Friedman as the 2014 keynote.

ALUMNI ACTIVITIES:

Regional Campaigns Kickoff 2014 Texas-Style The Leading Together campaign kicked off in Dallas for the first regional launch in 2014.

ALUMNI PROFILE:

Empowerment for Everyone Laura Knights, BS ’03, an “M-Powerment” coach, uses a three-pronged approach to helping others: motivation, movement and momentum.

 

 

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