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Noah film is more accurate than most children’s Bible stories

Hidden Perspectives’ Dr. Katie Edwards has recently written an article on the new Blockbuster ‘Noah’ for The Conversation. With all the controversy surrounding the depiction of a biblical epic, Katie’s article is sure to catch a few eyes! 178 more words

Friday, April 11 - ResMed (as blogged by UT Dallas Executive MBA, Class of 2014 students, Michael McCombs and Sonia Morello)

We started our day by riding the bus outside of Sydney’s metropolitan area for about 45 minutes to visit ResMed, a medical device facility. We arrived to one of the most amazing manufacturing locations that we had the opportunity to visit during our trip to Australia. 408 more words

Women lost in the academy: why we need gender studies

Check out this article on gender studies and rape culture from The Conversation…

In his response to the Steubenville rape case, musician Henry Rollins suggested that women’s studies should be incorporated into high school curricula. 131 more words

Newsletter 28 - 4/13/14


We have had two big things going on: 1, we finished our play HONK! Jr. (which you probably already know)  and we just finished our Mini MAW! 688 more words

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Still to come...

Here’s a snippet of what’s still to come. We have loads planned but here are the best bits! So grab a pen and get your diary, ‘cos this is not to be missed! 50 more words

Tuesday, April 8, Jetstar as blogged by UT Dallas Executive MBA Students, Sara Graham, Nick Trotter, and Zeke Lerma

The morning started off with a visit to Jetstar, a wholly owned subsidiary of Qantas. As our group gathered in the lobby to sign the visitor sheet and receive our visitor badges, it was very evident this company was different than the others we had visited on this trip.  660 more words

Tuesday, April 6, BHP Billiton (as blogged by UT Dallas Executive MBA, Class of 2014 students, Denise Grode' and Brandon Cortez)

Our second visit of the day led us to the beautiful offices of BHP Billiton, where we met with Alan Shaw, Vice President Investment and Value Management. 396 more words