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  • Abdelmageed, Hetrick speak at IPA convention

    by Melinda Lantz | Apr 18, 2019

    Posted April 18 - Greg Hetrick, director of admissions and enrollment management for Pharmacy Programs, presented on “Enrolling and Graduating the Right Students: Challenges and Strategies in an Ever-Changing Pharmacy Landscape” at the Indiana Pharmacists Association (IPA) annual convention in Indianapolis April 12 and 13. Ahmed Abdelmageed, assistant dean of student, alumni and community engagement, also presented at the convention on “Caring for Diverse Patient Populations.” 


  • Mohan appointed to LEARN Resource Center board

    by Melinda Lantz | Apr 18, 2019

    Posted April 18 - Shekher Mohan, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, has joined the board of the LEARN Resource Center. LEARN Resource Center provides before school, after school and summer programs for students in grades K-6 in underserved areas.



  • Cogley-Pifko, Grubb Selected For YLNI Planning Committee

    by Melinda Lantz | Apr 18, 2019

    Posted April 18 - Julie Cogley-Pifko, assistant director of admissions and enrollment management for Pharmacy Programs, and McKenzie Grubb, admissions counselor for Pharmacy Programs, have been selected to serve on the College Leadership Institute Planning Committee for 2019-2020 with the Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana (YLNI). Julie and McKenzie were selected in December for the 2019 YLNI Leadership Institute Class which graduated April 17. 


  • MU students participate in peace conference at ND

    by Melinda Lantz | Apr 17, 2019

    Posted April 17 - A group of Manchester University students presented a panel on migration research at the Notre Dame Student Peace Conference on March 30. The theme of this year’s conference was “Expanding Circles” and focused on inclusive peace-building. Manchester’s panel was comprised of Chris François, Kendall Brown, Kelleen Cullison and Susu Lassa. They discussed Syrian refugees in the United States versus Jordan and IDPs in Nigeria, among other topics.

  • Smithson presents at two conferences, chairs panel

    by Melinda Lantz | Apr 17, 2019

    Posted April 17 - Tara Smithson recently attended the Kentucky Foreign Languages Conference in April 11-14 in Lexington.  She chaired a panel on “Gender, Sex and Sexuality” and she presented a paper titled, “Elle se prend pour Jeanne d'Arc: Gender and Innocence in the Cases of Joan of Arc and Djamila Boupacha.”

    On May 9-12, Smithson will attend the International Medieval Congress in Kalamazoo, Mich., to present a paper titled “The Redhead and the Widow: Gender Models and Modifications in Joan of Arc's Two Trials.”


  • Mayer presents at Philosophical Association workshop

    by Melinda Lantz | Apr 17, 2019

    Posted April 17 - Seth Mayer, assistant professor of philosophy, presented research at the Indiana Philosophical Association Spring Workshop on the Philosophy of Oppression on April 13 at Ball State University.


  • Gray Brown edits volume on nonviolence

    by Melinda Lantz | Apr 12, 2019

    Posted April 12 - A volume edited and with an introduction by Katy Gray Brown, associate professor of philosophy and peace studies and director of the Peace Studies Institute, has been published by Brill Press.  "Nonviolence: Critiquing Assumptions, Examining Frameworks" is co-edited with fellow Manchester graduate and former visiting faculty member Michael Patterson Brown.  


  • Arseneau picked for Indiana health and physical educators scholarship

    by Melinda Lantz | Apr 05, 2019

    Posted April 5 - The Indiana Society for Health and Physical Educators (INSHAPE) has selected a Manchester University student for the 2019 Jean Lee/Jeff Marvin Collegiate Scholarship. Casey Arseneau of Donovan, Ill., is one of just six students in the state to earn this honor. Learn more


  • Majumder presents book chapter at economics conference

    by Melinda Lantz | Mar 29, 2019

    Posted March 29 - Sreenath Majumder, associate professor of economics, presented his book chapter, “The Great Divergence – Flattening Demand,” at the 83rd annual meeting of the Midwest Economics Association in St. Louis.


  • McKenna-Buchanan, Calka participate in conference

    by Melinda Lantz | Mar 27, 2019

    Posted March 27 - Tim McKenna-Buchanan, assistant professor of communication studies, will attend the Central States Communication Association April 3-6 in Omaha, Nebraska. He worked closely with the Undergraduate Research Conference and will respond to Top Papers in the Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity caucus, as the immediate past-chair of the caucus. Michelle Calka, associate professor of communication studies, will respond to a panel on “Feminism and Activism through the Media.”