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For adult student, degree is ‘one of those lifetime badges you get’

By Robb Frederick
Public Information Coordinator, Penn State Behrend

Michael Linhart took his time getting to Erie Insurance Arena, where he received a bachelor’s degree in general arts and sciences. 603 more words

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ANU ALUMNUS HOLDS KEY OFFICE IN THE KENYA RUGBY UNION BOARD

Daniel Ratemo Ombui modestly labels himself as a committed and social individual, a proud father and a husband to one. Ratemo, as he was commonly referred to by his peers, is an ANU Mass Communication graduate of 2011. 413 more words

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Diversity's hidden dimension : gays and lesbians in the Peace Corps

The following is the introduction from Jim Kelly’s thesis on gays and lesbians in the Peace Corps, “Diversity’s hidden dimension : gays and lesbians in the Peace Corps.” 1,082 more words

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Alumni Update with Jeremy

For some people, creativity and logic don’t mix. But for others, they complement each other and lead to some pretty incredible things. For this week’s alumni update, I talked to Jeremy, who uses his studies in both illustration and computer science in the field of animation. 1,092 more words

Where Creativity Works

LGBT RPCV National Coordinator on the “Listening Tour”

by Manuel Colón, 

In my new role as National Coordinator for LGBT RPCV, I decided to make it a point to reach out to each of the continuing… 486 more words

Advocacy

Why gay marriage matters

by Philip Rodenbough

Originally posted on Peace Through Chemistry: (Mis)Adventures in Guinea and Burkina Faso (philgoestoguinea.blogspot.com)  on  Friday, April 29, 2011

“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free…” – Inscribed on the Statue of Liberty on Ellis Island in New York City“Ouvrez les frontieres, ouvrez les frontieres…”  – …

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STUDY ABROAD, AND HOW IT'S CHANGED MY LIFE

by Jill Reister (MA, Communication, 2007), who is an Assistant Academic Director for UC International

This story is part of an ongoing series of posts about the value of study abroad experiences for UC students. 1,096 more words

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