Heading the library, Auer was responsible for management, planning, personnel, and budget of the McNichols Campus Library, School of Dentistry Library, Instructional Design Studio, University Archives and Special Collections as well as the UDM nursing collection at Aquinas College in Adrian, Mich. For friends and family who are unable to attend the McNichols Campus Commencement ceremony, UDM offers a live video stream of the event.
The Michigan Earth Day Fest offered informative educational programs throughout the weekend covering a wide variety of green and wellness topics. Without a traditional pageant, Cunmulaj earned her role as Miss Michigan Earth through a series of interviews where she emphasized her need for a platform to speak out on environmental issues.
Her 45-minute presentation encouraged safer water alternatives for the residents of Flint and stressed the nurturing of the environment to prevent a future crisis. Cunmulaj has always been passionate about the environment and promoted awareness to protect the planet. Cunmulaj is a freshman at UDM and a member of the ReBUILDetroit program, which offers intensive training for students interested in pursuing academic, research or industry careers in biomedical, behavioral, clinic or social sciences.
Alexander, who has served as an assistant coach with the University of Michigan for the last six seasons, was born and raised in the Motor City and transferred to Detroit for his final three years of college.
The pride of Detroit's Southwestern High School, Alexander graduated from the University of Detroit Mercy in 1999 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Finance.
As a senior, Alexander was named to the MCC All-Defensive Team and received the President's Award as UDM's most outstanding senior student-athlete in 1999. After college, he began a professional career working with the Detroit Pistons as a Player Programs Coordinator and then playing with the Harlem Globetrotters for two years before returning to UDM again as an assistant coach under Perry Watson.
Alexander just finished his sixth season with Michigan under head coach John Beilein in 2015-16. U-M averaged 24 wins per season in his tenure, including a school record tying 31 during the 2012-13 campaign.
He worked and helped eight Wolverine players garner All-Big Ten honors -- Darius Morris (2011), Trey Burke (2012 & '13), Tim Hardaway Jr.
Throughout his coaching career, Alexander has developed over 80 percent of his former frontcourt players to gain opportunities to play professional basketball at various levels. Alexander came to Michigan after spending two seasons at Western Michigan (2008-10), where he worked with the Broncos' frontcourt players.
As a member of the Harlem Globetrotters, he toured in 13 countries while also directing several camps for the team around the United States. In high school at Southwestern, he won a state championship as a freshman with his future college coach Perry Watson leading the way. Registration costs $10 and includes water, a t-shirt, continental breakfast and a light lunch.
Albright began teaching biology part-time in 1955 and became a full-time faculty member in 1960.
His students have gone on to become leading scientists, physicians and dentists serving Detroit and the world. Tickets include admission to see Regal perform as John Barrymore in Barrymore by William Luce and will be followed by a strolling dinner reception with an open bar. Regal is a founding member of The Theatre Company at UDM and has taught Fundamentals of Acting and upper division acting courses. He took a leading role in developing the age-appropriate casting philosophy in the undergraduate setting at UDM.
The 2017 edition of the rankings includes admissions information for those aspiring to study law, business, medicine, education, engineering and nursing. Graduate schools are evaluated on criteria such as grade-point averages of incoming students, acceptance rates and employment outcomes of graduates. Since 1877, the University has offered students a value-centered and student-focused approach to learning, empowering them to develop themselves intellectually, professionally, personally, spiritually, ethically and socially. Cox is a nationally respected community designer and leader of the public interest design movement. As a part of the SOA’s 2015-16 Lecture Series, the event is free and open to the public with no RSVP required.
The McElroy Lecture Series provides a forum for prominent thinkers and leaders to address fundamental issues of law, religion and society.
The annual McElroy Lecture is made possible through a gift from the estate of alumnus Philip J.
TMP Associates and McCarthy-Smith Contracting completed the architecture design and construction on the entranceway. The new McNichols Campus entrance compliments the Livernois Streetscape Enhancement Project, which aims to revitalize the strip of Livernois Avenue from 8 Mile Road to the Lodge Freeway.
To discuss Detroit in the past 100 years, the symposium will also feature UDM liberal arts professors Roy Finkenbine, Professor of History and Director of the Black Abolitionist Archives; Tom Stanton, Associate Professor of Communications and Gregory Sumner, Professor of History.
The Law Review has been devoted to discussing issues facing the Detroit Community since its inception in 1916. Founded in 1916, just for four years after the inception of the University of Detroit School of Law, the Law Review filled the void left by the Detroit Legal News when it stopped printing it’s weekly issue for a period of time.
These students will critically review and rate all of the Super Bowl ads by visiting the America’s Marketing High School website immediately after the game. All students and teachers attending the event have been asked to tackle hunger by donating canned food. UDM offers competitive scholarships to prospective students pursuing their undergraduate degree in marketing or related fields.
As collection of works from authors and editors specializing in American and Canadian history, A Fluid Frontier focuses on the founding of African Canadian settlements in the Detroit River region in the first decades of the 19th century. Passion for Action Program in the NewsMeet the Passion for Action Scholars and see news coverage about their accomplishments. About Wheelock College and the Passion for Action Leadership Award DinnerFor more than 125 years, Wheelock College has been known as an institution with an important public mission: to improve the lives of children and families.
The Passion for Action events celebrate the spirit of Wheelock, our students, faculty, alumni, and all those who support our vibrant mission.
Ten individuals, including human resource specialists, business leaders, relevant non-governmental organization leaders, and academics from Ireland and from Northern Ireland were selected to engage with their American counterparts to examine the development and promotion of female-friendly work environments. Any man who will not be corralled by conventional thought and provokes others to think outside the box is dangerous to established power.
Whoever attends a Seeger concert will come away with a challenge to the blind acceptance of faith in both government and its whitewashed, selective version of history. Those who lack the courage to demand that our leadership live up to these principles need to question their own patriotism. Learning the 5-string Appalachian-style went slowly at first, but later would become his trademark.
Pete met the love of his life, Toshi-Aline Ohta at Margot Mayo's Square Dance Club on 13th St.
In 1947, Seeger formed a new band called the Weavers, with Lee Hays, Ronnie Gilbert and Fred Hellerman. In the crucible of the depression of the 1930's, the poverty was so deep, that many people looked at the concept of Communism for answers to questions of social justice.
He was done with it by the time the House Unamerican Activities Committee (HUAC) called him before them in 1955 to answer questions about the nature of his associations. Pete was technically exonerated, but was still guilty in the eyes of folks who agreed with HUAC. He shares a great many stories about the history of songs and how they are used by different ethnic groups and movements within the United States.
During the final question and answer session, the big question gets asked: What do you do in the face of a corrupt all-powerful government? He is also an avid participant in a peace vigil, held every Saturday in Wappinger's Falls, in upstate New York at the corner of Routes 9 and 9D from 12 noon to 2pm. It is our fervent hope that enough of us will rise up to justify Pete's optimism and prove ourselves worthy of his efforts to imbue us with courage and spirit.
Pete met the love of his life, Toshi-Aline Ohta at Margot Mayo's Square Dance Club on 13th St.A  On that particular date, the club was having a work party and only Pete and Toshi showed up. He shares a great many stories aboutA  the history of songs and how they are used by different ethnic groups and movements within the United States. Michael Moreland, Villanova School of Law Professor and former domestic policy advisor to President George W. Presented with the Connell School of Nursing: This day-long conference provided health care and allied professionals and pre-professional students with the tools to recognize the ethical content of care-giving situations.
Siobhan is a Senior in the Carroll School of Management studying Finance and International Studies. Erica, from Garden City, NY, is a junior in CSOM pursuing a concentration in accounting and a minor in Italian. Originally from Newtown SQ, Pennsylvania, Kathleen is majoring in International Studies with a concentration in Political Science and plans to minor in Economics.
Will is from Garden City, NY on Long Island, and has a double major in Communications and Applied Psychology. Cristina is a senior working towards a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology and plans to attend medical school after graduation. From Bedminster NJ, David is a sophomore in the Carroll School of Management majoring in finance and information systems. From Cleveland, OH, Joe is double majoring in Human Growth & Development and Political Science. Meghan Foley is from Foxborough, MA and is a third year student in the Connell School of Nursing.
Laura is from Auburn, MA, and is majoring in International Studies with a concentration in Ethics and International Social Justice and a minor in French.
Originally from Worcester, MA, Matt is a sophomore in the Carroll School of Management pursuing concentrations in finance and marketing.
Luke is currently pursuing a double major in finance and marketing in the School of Management. Jordan, originally from Fairfax Station, VA, is pursuing concentrations in accounting and information systems.
Born in California and raised outside of Boston, Chasen moved to Hong Kong the year before high school and graduated from Hong Kong International School.
Sarah is a sophomore in the Carroll School of Management studying Finance, Accounting, and Philosophy. In total, the University will graduate approximately 1,500 students during the three ceremonies. Prior to joining the American Dental Association in 2011, he was Senior Economist with The World Bank in Washington D.C.
The Dearborn native boasted a cumulative GPA of 3.98 in UDM's demanding nursing program and has been a vibrant piece of the Detroit community.
I specifically focused on speaking for the children and people [affected by the Flint Water Crisis] and what we can do to help them out,” said Cunmulaj. Students are given guidance by mentors while engaging in paid research experiments throughout the year. Sponsored by the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) and the Sisters of Mercy, the University has campuses located in downtown and northwest Detroit. He later began his coaching career at his alma mater after spending two years with the Harlem Globetrotters. After starting his collegiate career at Robert Morris College from 1994-96, where he played in 55 games and was named to the Northeast Conference's All-Newcomer Team as a freshman, he decided to transfer back home to Detroit. He spent six seasons (2001-07) on the sidelines next to his collegiate coach, helping Detroit post 96 wins and finishing over .500 in conference play five times.

In his six seasons, Alexander helped the Wolverines to five NCAA Tournament bids (2011, '12, '13, '14 & '16), with a trip to the 2013 Final Four and national title game -- the first for the program in 20 years, followed by a return trip to the Elite Eight in 2014.
Michigan claimed a share of the 2012 Big Ten regular-season title with a 13-5 record -- the first for the program since 1986 – and also helped the team win its first outright Big Ten title in 28 years in 2014 with a 15-3 record. The Broncos would go on to win their second-straight MAC West Division championship in 2009.
He also served as an "Advance Ambassador" for the Globetrotters, performing public relations duties, while making media and school appearances.
As a senior, he was Third Team All-PSL by the Detroit Free Press and Honorable Mention All-Metro and All-State by the Detroit News. He has chaired the Biology Department, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and served on many University committees during his tenure.
The entire evening will celebrate Regal, who will retire in May 2016 after 44 years in the Performing Arts department at UDM. He has directed and performed in countless productions with the Theatre Company and has won several awards for Best Actor, Best Director and Supporting Actor from the Detroit Free Press, The Detroit News and The Oakland Press. By placing young actors onstage with professional artists and faculty, Regal created an apprenticeship style of training that became the hallmark of the company.
Regal will support the Theatre Program Fund, which provides support for department scholarships, programming, master classes, and leadership development. Her fiction and poetry have appeared in Callaloo, Detroit Noir, Best African American Fiction 2010 and Tidal Basin Review, among other online and print publications. The rankings methodology varies across disciplines to account for differences in each graduate program. It is a strong affirmation of the quality and value of the UDM experience for current students and a significant factor for prospective students to consider when choosing a university,” he added. Registration, as well as a UDM Photo Release Form for each student, is due by Friday, April 1.
He is a co-founder of the national SEED (Social, Economic, Environmental, Design) Network, a movement dedicated to building and supporting a culture of civic responsibility and engagement in the built environment and the public realm.
It seeks to educate students, legal professionals and the wider public on a variety of questions related to moral philosophy, freedom of conscience, the interaction of legal and religious institutions and the role of religion in public life.
Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia was the first to give the McElroy lecture in 1995.
It features a security camera system and a license plate reader that will ensure safety for all students, faculty, and visitors. This tile has a life expectancy of over 70 years and was unused material from previous projects, keeping in line with UDM’s green initiative of managing the environment and resources for the benefit of future students.
Student interns in UDM’s Operations and Construction Management Department provided additional work on the project.
Therefore, it is only fitting that for the centennial symposium the Law Review will pay homage to its roots and motivation: the city of Detroit. The student publication provided an essential service to the legal community by printing the most important cases from Michigan’s circuit Courts. During the Ad Nauseum session, he will discuss advertising and the nuances students should be aware of when watching the commercials. Both Bernacchi and Galbenski developed marketing and advertising course work related to the Super Bowl, which can be found on the website, for high school teachers across the nation to use. Founded by pioneering educator Lucy Wheelock, Wheelock College offers nationally and internationally recognized undergraduate and graduate programs to educate and inspire future social justice advocates-teachers, social workers, and juvenile justice and child life practitioners-to respond to the needs of children and families in the diverse communities in which they live, whether here or abroad.
The Leadership Award Dinner supports the Passion for Action Scholarship Program, which is the largest scholarship program at the College. This programme explored strategies to help working women achieve a balance between work and life, access continuing education, re-enter the work force, and take control of their financial futures. Anyone who challenges great numbers of people to fight against the shallow mind control of pop culture is a dangerous man.
Pete's knowledge of the historical role of music and its power is vast and he is generous in sprinkling enlightenment between the songs he sings.
Whatever associations Pete chose, they were always directed at social justice, and later, environmental preservation.
In 1936, at age 16, he heard the five-string banjo for the first time at the Mountain Dance and Folk Festival in Asheville, North Carolina. Pete could back Woody up and wound up hitting the road with him, hitch-hiking and riding trains. Pete got the word to Woody that they'd sung for the striking transport workers union at Madison Square Garden and Woody came east and joined the group. In 1961, he was sentenced to ten years (for 10 charges) but the years could be served concurrently - so the sentence was actually for one year and a day. Although he was blacklisted from radio and TV and many concert venues, he had so many sources of income that the detractors were unable to ruin his career the way they had other performers'. It sails mostly on the Hudson River between New York City and Albany, New York, primarily to offer environmental and biological education programs to school groups, touching on river biology, environmental protection of waterways and related topics, Every year The Great Hudson River revival and Clearwater Festival takes place in mid-June at the incomparably lovely Croton State Park. Pete got the word to Woody that they'd sung for the striking transport workers union at Madison Square Garden and Woody came east and joined the group.A  Later, Bess Lomax (Alan's sister) and Sis Cunningham also joined the group. In 1943, during his first leave from the Army, he married Toshi, whom he credits with being the support that helped make the rest of his life possible.
Participating in the Jenks Program has been one of the most formative activities of her time at BC.
Although currently undecided, he is considering a major in finance and a possible double major in international studies in hopes of doing some form of international business in the future.
On campus, she is a member of the Women's Club Volleyball team and a volunteer for the Student Admissions Program. She is passionate about politics and is involved extensively with EagleMUNC, an organization that hosts a Model UN conference for high school students all around the country and run entirely by Boston College Students. She plans on concentrating in Finance and Information Systems in the Carroll School of Management, and hopes to study abroad in Spain. While there, he captained the varsity baseball team while also playing football and wrestling. He is involved in BC's Residence Hall Association (RHA) as the Director of Eco-Initiatives of CLXF and is a staff writer for The Heights as well. She is a fourth year nursing student in the Connell School of Nursing with a psychology minor.
She is concentrating in Marketing and Information Sciences in the Carroll School of Management. She is from San Juan, Puerto Rico, and after three years at BC, she is still not used to the cold weather. David is currently involved in the Investment Club and was in the Freshmen League during his first year at Boston College. Currently a junior, Jessica is majoring in Political Science and pursuing a minor in International Studies. He was later blessed with the opportunity to complete his secondary schooling at an international school in Ecuador, which inspired him to expand his academic horizon and pursue tertiary education at Boston College.
On campus, she is a Peer Advisor within the School of Nursing, working as a mentor to a group of underclassmen.
During his time at BC, he has enjoyed traveling to Nicaragua with the Arrupe Program, serving as the chair of the Finance Committee in the Undergraduate Government, and going to as many Red Sox games as possible. Coming from a family of Eagles, he is proud to be a new member of the Boston College community.
She is currently on the Varsity Women’s Swim team, and is also involved with Project Swim, where she helps children with disabilities develop their skills in the water.
He is now planning to major in International Studies, focusing in Economics, with a minor in Chinese. She is concentrating in Finance and minoring in Human Development, and hopes to enter into a career that combines business with social entrepreneurship and poverty reduction.
Besides the Jenks Leadership Program, Sarah spends her time at Boston College volunteering weekly at the St. The son of Syrian immigrants, Asher left high school after his parents died to support his family. In 2015, she was named the recipient of the Ford Community Corps Partnership Grant for her role with Rx for Reading Detroit, a non-profit literacy initiative that works to expand access to high-quality children's books and support families in reading with their children.
He would go on to start 57 of his 62 career games for the red, white and blue and helped Detroit reach championship heights on the hardwood as the Titans won back-to-back Midwestern Collegiate Conference (MCC) regular-season titles. The Titans had three seasons with 18 or more wins, made four trips to the Horizon League Championship semifinals, one finals appearance and an NIT berth in 2002. Prior to his work with the Broncos, he spent one season at Ohio University (2007-08), where the Bobcats won 20 games and made the second round of the College Basketball Invitational. In 2002, he along with all past and current Globetrotters were inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. All proceeds will assist DPAC in their consciousness and prevention efforts on campus and in the community by donating to local agencies that help victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.
Over the past 55 years, he has taught 19 different lecture and laboratory courses, including comparative and human anatomy, histology and embryology, to more than 4,000 students. The event will take place in the Genevieve Fisk Loranger Architecture Center in the Warren Loranger Architecture Building on the McNichols Campus. Cooper was a founding board member of Cave Canem, a national residency for emerging black poets, and is currently a Kimbilio fellow, a national residency for African American writers. News has two separate rankings of nursing schools for Master's programs and a Doctorate of Nursing Practice programs.
The nursing school rankings, for example, take into account the percentage of faculty members still actively working in hospitals and other medical settings, while business schools are evaluated in part by how corporate recruiters rate MBA programs. Lunch will not be provided but will be available for purchase in the lobby of the Student Fitness Center.
Kent Greenawalt, professor of Columbia Law School, will speak on the topic, Religious Exemptions in Same-Sex Marriages. Its goal is to encourage discussion of these issues in our community and deepen our understanding of them. Since then, other notable lecturers have included (in chronological order) Professor Stephen L. Two lanes have been paved for incoming drivers that will eliminate potential backups onto McNichols Road.
Pizza donated by Domino’s, as well as pretzels and pop will be provided in the Ballroom for the 250 high school students from Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties in attendance. Wheelock students engage in service learning and field practice and gain multicultural perspectives which further enhance their academic and life preparation. These four-year scholarships are given to Greater Boston-area students who, as high school students, have already demonstrated a compelling commitment to community service. Many episodes of our nation's mistreatment of Afro-Americans and Native Americans have been swept under the rug.
From his book, The Incompleat Folk Singer, we learn that he got a ukelele at age eight and, with a friend, performed sea chanteys for the rest of his school.
He was not one to knuckle under to any form of dogma, however, and, after about eight years, walked away from the party in 1950, a profoundly anti-Stalinist left winger. They simply wanted to establish that he had belonged to an entity that dared challenge their governance. This session took place at the height of the Vietnam War and, of course, so much of it is relevant today.
They performed in shantytowns, earning little or no money singing anti-authoritarian folk songs.

ThisA  session took place at the height of the Vietnam War and, of course, so much of it is relevant today.
This past summer, Siobhan worked as a Summer Analyst at UBS on their Investment Banking team. In addition to the Jenks Leadership Program, Thomas is also involved in the Compass Fellowship for young entrepreneurs and in Boston College’s PULSE program where he volunteers with children from homes of abuse and neglect. On campus she is involved in the Wishmakers Club, and in her free time loves running and exploring, and anything involving the outdoors. At BC, she is on the Synchronized Figure Skating Club Team and competes at regional tournaments.
She also is a member of the 4Boston family at the Roxbury Youth Program where she tutors high school students in a variety of subjects.
Now, a Double Major in Economics and English in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences, he continues to embrace his athletic spirit while working on campus a certified personal trainer and small group instructor, and further helps direct Boston College Recreation as a fitness representative of the Student Staff Advisory Board.
She loves working with children and infants, and thus, is thinking about going to graduate school to become a neonatal or pediatric nurse practitioner. At Boston College, she wa a Freshman Representative for the CSOM Honors Program and is the Assistant Online Manager for the school newspaper, The Heights.
On campus, she is also involved in Boston Ignition, MEDLIFE, and various other volunteering organizations.
She is an Elementary Education major and is considering Environmental Studies as a second major. In addition to the Jenks Leadership Program, Jessica is a member of Boston College's 4Boston service organization, which allows her to volunteer at Rosie's Place. Andres intends to triple concentrate in finance, operations management and general management.
Meghan is also an Undergraduate Research Fellow, assisting with research related to cardiovascular health with special focus on minority populations. Brooks is a freshman in CSOM and as of right now he is concentrating in finance with a minor in mathematics.
Luke enjoys a packed schedule - he serves as a freshmen representative of the Electronic State of Mind Club, teaches swim lessons on campus, and plays on BC's most fiercely competitive freshman intramural soccer team.
Chasen has had amazing travel experiences and service trips in many parts of the world, but looks forward to being able to develop relationships and serve people in the greater Boston area.
She plays flute and piccolo in the Marching Band and Symphonic Band, participates in FACES, and is on the food waste committee in Enactus. Francis House through 4Boston, serving as a mentor with The Compass Fellowship, and is a research team analyst within Smart Women Securities. In addition to Jenks, Carson is a member of Compass Fellowship (a social entrepreneurship club), writes for the Gavel, a member of s'Upper T Club, and is Vice President of Share Your Sport (a club aimed at fostering a closer relationship students and student athletes). He enjoys playing golf, skiing, rooting for Boston sports teams, and spending time with his family and friends. He also helped his alma mater earn NCAA Tournament bids in 1998 and 1999, where Detroit posted first round wins over St. The Wolverines also had back-to-back Big Ten Player of the Years with Burke in 2013 and Stauskas in 2014. McElroy received a bachelor of science and bachelor, master and doctor of law degrees from the University.
Parking is provided nearby at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan in the parking garage at 611 Congress Street. This will mark the official opening since construction began last October.All faculty, staff and students are welcome to join UDM President Antoine M. The entrance also showcases the stained glass windows on the chapel in Lansing-Reilly Hall. He'd harmonize with his brother on Christmas carols, school and camp songs, and he learned the pop songs of the day. Later, back in New York, Pete met Lee Hays, who, like Pete, was planning to write a book of union songs. It contains a great number of quotes from Pete that describe the core of his philosophical beliefs and some wonderful sing-a-longs. He is also a member of the Jenks Class of 2015 and is currently working on his community service project as well as directing the Class of 2016.
In addition, he also greatly enjoys playing soccer, acting, and running obstacle course races like Reebok’s Spartan Race. Undecided about what career she would like to pursue, Meaghan plans to live and work in New York City for a few years post- graduation. Gabbie is also a member of Women in Business and is a teaching assistant for Computers in Management. Ryan is still undecided about his career path following graduation in 2017, but is highly interested in marketing and advertising.
He has loved his time in Boston so far, has visited Red Sox games, and traveled to restaurants in the North End.
On campus, she is involved in a mentoring program called Strong Women Strong Girls, a member of AHANA outreach in the Student Admission Program, the Student Nurses Association, the South Asian Student Association, and a participant in the LTL Mississippi Delta Service Trip. On campus Maren meditates weekly with the Buddhism club and loves work in the Education Resource Center. Anna loves being involved in the 4Boston program on campus and enjoys running, baking and traveling. Outside of school, she enjoys spending time with her family, walking her dog, and vacationing on Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire. Beyond the classroom setting, he is challenging himself with learning French as his third language.
He is working with a non-profit t-shirt company founded by a previous CSOM graduate that funds art programs at elementary and middle schools, Rightside Shirts. He is grateful for the chance to be a part of the Jenks Leadership Program, and cannot wait to work on his own community service project next semester. After Boston College, she hopes to work abroad and continue to find new and unique experiences. She is passionate about service and volunteers in the College and Career center of Bridge Over Troubled Waters, a homeless youth shelter.
She spent last summer studying at London School of Economics and looks forward to spending this summer in Connecticut working for GE Capital. Carson is passionate about running, and plans on starting a running club at Boston College. In addition, Burke went on to be named a consensus National Player of the Year and All-America honors in 2013. DPAC will also be providing information about service, counseling and support regarding these issues. Koppelman, John Paul Stevens professor of Law and professor of Political Science at Northwestern University, as well as Michael P. Garibaldi in dedicating the new McNichols entrance for the McNichols Campus near the entry gatehouse.
The crux of his stance on social justice can be found in a statement near the beginning: "Are the light-skinned people of the world going to treat the dark skinned people of the world as human beings or as something less than human beings? Thomas plans to pursue a career in finance, and interned at Deutsche Bank on their Equity Capital Markets team this past summer.
He also works at the Woods College of Advancing Studies, and recently served as a point guard on the 48HOURS retreat. Thomas is very excited and grateful to be part of the Jenk’s Leadership Program and is really looking forward to making a difference with his service-learning project.
She is looking forward to the Jenks program and all it has to offer through service and leadership.
The past few summers she has worked as a sailing instructor at the Ocean City Yacht Club and continues to race her laser whenever she can. She spent last summer lifeguarding and teaching swim lessons to children between the ages of 3 and 12. Will is excited about the opportunity to combine leadership and community service as a member of the Jenks Class of 2016!
Over the last few years, she has grown a passion for service and looks forward to working with the Boston community.
She enjoys swimming, running, and working with children as a tutor at Roxbury Youth Program and as a camp counselor in the summer. Jordan is very excited to be a part of the Jenks Leadership Program and grateful for the opportunity to give back to the community. She is thankful to be a part of the Jenks Leadership Program and to receive the opportunity to combine leadership with service. In his spare time, he enjoys watching and playing sports, exploring the city, and laughing with friends. This will include nursing simulation labs, creative competitions, campus tours, a chemistry magic show, a drunk driving simulation and much more.
Moreland, professor at Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law and concurrent professor at University of Notre Dame Law School. But I felt that the world was so messed up that the only honest thing to do was to be a hermit. Gabbie is excited to be a part of the Jenks Leadership Program and continue helping others through community service. After graduation she hopes to pursue a career in public service and eventually become a member of the United States Congress. His wide range of hobbies include playing soccer, long distance running and traveling around the South American continent. He is not sure what he wants to do, but is looking forward to the opportunities that will arise.
During the summer months most of his time is spent working on and sailing his family's 41' sailboat, Enchanted. He is currently involved in BC Ignition, Student Admissions Program and he works in the athletic department. His scholarship focuses on constitutional law and jurisprudence, with special emphasis on church and state, freedom of speech, legal interpretation and criminal responsibility. Will aspires to enter the world of professional writing, either as a novelist or a screenwriter. Boston College has been a great experience for him so far, and he plans to seize the opportunities available. He is very excited to be a part of the Jenks Leadership Program and start working on the service project. He has a Bachelor of Arts from Swarthmore College, Bachelor of Philosophy from University of Oxford and Bachelor of Laws from Columbia Law School. District Court for Eastern District of Michigan, Isaiah McKinnon, Deputy Mayor of the City of Detroit, Eugene A. Will is excited to be a member of the Jenks Leadership Program and looks forward to collaborating on the service project. Carson is honored to be in the Jenks Leadership Program and is excited to start his service project in the next semester. You're going to be pure yourself and let the rest of the world go to hell?' Whatever you decide to do, don't sit back and say 'Nothing can be done.' The people who will tell you that the human race is going to be 'all over' in a few generationsa€¦ throw their cocksureness right back in their face!

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