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Glenn Gittings, director of Special Programs, and the former UofL Cultural Center Director, Tierney Bates, were published in the new release of the annual 2017 NASPA Knowledge Community Online Publication. The article topic is on Student Affairs Fundraising for Identity-Based Initiatives.
https://www.naspa.org/images/uploads/events/2017-naspa-final-updated.pdf
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#UofL has been named one of the most beautiful colleges in the U.S. Visit us this spring to see for yourself. goo.gl/DafGzu
Schedule your visit: http://uofl.me/2n3Mg8D

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Women’s History Month event: ‘I'm Flawless, But Society Won't Let Me Be’
March 23, noon to 1:30 p.m., Cultural Center, Belknap
A Women's History Month event celebrating women 
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Ahmad Washington, assistant professor in the Department of Counseling and Human Development, recently led a second professional development presentation on Critical Hip Hop Pedagogy for teachers in Jefferson County Public Schools. Critical Hip Hop Pedagogy is a strategy to engage students, particularly marginalized students, in conversations about social justice.
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SSRN, an online library of social science research, has named several Brandeis School of Law faculty members as among its most-downloaded authors. In the law category, Professor Tony Arnold, Dean Susan Duncan and Law Library Associate Director Kurt Metzmeier are ranked in the top 10 percent of article downloads. Several faculty members are ranked in the top 10 percent of downloads overall.
https://louisville.edu/law/news/brandeis-law-scholars-top-download-ranking

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They're undergrads doing research at UofL. And every year these smart students show off their research projects to the powers-that-be in Frankfort:
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