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IT&DL Video Update: Spring 2019 Episode 3

Check out the latest updates from the Instructional Technology and Digital Learning crew! Berg Builds Site: http://community.bergbuilds.domains/ Tech Talk on Voicethread and Canvas:…

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Election Series 2019: Why Liberalism Failed—but Is Conservatism the Answer?

Patrick J. Deneen is the author of “Why Liberalism Failed” (Yale University Press, 2018), which has been reviewed by dozens of major media outlets including The New York Times, Washington…

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TechTalks 2019: Winterize Your Course

Tom Sciarrino gives a high level overview of some options to hold class even when you are not on campus. Bad weather, conferences or any other reason for not being able to make it to class do not…

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Tech Talks FA18: Digital Archives

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Center for Ethics: Dr. Mona Bhan

November 5th, 2018. Dr. Mona Bhan, Associate Professor of Anthropology at DePauw University will present a lecture based on her work in the border provinces of Kashmir that analyzes the relationship…

From  Jeffrey Yorgey 7 Months ago 57 views 0  

Tech Talks FA2018: Teaching with Domain of One's Own

Tim Clarke leads a discussion on teaching with Domain of One's Own. This is the second full year of the Muhlenberg Domains initiative. Two guest faculty members bring examples of how they are…

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J.R. McNeill, “Global Environmental Change since 1800: Are We in the Anthropocene?” (Slides and Audio)

Environmental historian John McNeill will summarize the broad outlines and driving forces of environmental change in the industrial era, and explore the controversies surrounding what it might mean.…

From  Sean Miller 7 Months ago 55 views 0  

Atiq Rahman, “Resilience Building in the Anthropocene: Lessons from Bangladesh”

Atiq Rahman is a prominent environmentalist, scientist, and development expert from Bangladesh. He is well-known worldwide for his pioneering role and contribution to environment and nature…

From  Sean Miller 8 Months ago 137 views 0  

Alan Greenfield ’82 - Alumni Achievement in Science - Medicine

Alan Greenfield ’82Alumni Achievement in Science - MedicineOne person at a time, Alan Greenfield has made the world a little bit better. He is a humble person who has spent his career as a…

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Kamal Rowshan ’91 - Alumni Achievement in the Arts - Theatre

Kamal Rowshan ’91Alumni Achievement in the Arts - Theatre Kamal Rowshan, an Iranian American from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, came to Muhlenberg to play soccer, be close to his mother and follow…

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Lois Curfman McInnes ’88 - Alumni Achievement in Math - Applied Mathematics

Lois Curfman McInnes ’88Alumni Achievement in Math - Applied MathematicsLois Curfman McInnes grew up in Anneville, a very small town in south central Pennsylvania. Comingto Muhlenberg was quite…

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Michael Johnson ’11 - Outstanding Young Alumnus

Michael Johnson ’11Outstanding Young AlumnusMichael Johnson came to Muhlenberg to major in biology and play football. Coach Mike Donnelly recruited him and became a mentor and inspiration.…

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Shannon Lambert-Ryan ’03 - Alumni Achievement in the Arts - Musical Performance

Shannon Lambert-Ryan ’03Alumni Achievement in the Arts - Musical Performance Muhlenberg gave Shannon Lambert-Ryan the opportunity to pursue her love of performance and, indoing so, pave a path…

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Harry Yeide ’82 - Alumni Achievement in Foreign Affairs - Military History

Harry Yeide ’82Alumni Achievement in Foreign Affairs - Military History Harry Yeide knew he wanted to go to a liberal arts college, and Muhlenberg had the perfect programfor the potential…

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