This fall, the Joan B. Kroc School of Peace studies is offering a new class which will focus on peace, justice and social innovation, aimed at undergraduates who are interested in contributing to make this world a better place.
If the essence of Evelyn Diaz Cruz could be bottled, the resulting effervescent energy drink would deliver a tangy jolt of pure adrenaline, volatile enough to make your eyes shoot open wide and words race one another out of your … Read More
“Good morning, everyone!” comes a chipper voice from the front of a Loma Hall classroom. Not satisfied with the tepid response from her Electrical Engineering II students, Susan Lord gives it another shot. And then another. On the third try, … Read More
By the time her students are seated and settled in the lecture hall, Miranda McGowan has covered one side of the blackboard with a diagram topped with three terms: “protected conduct,” “adverse action” and “causation.” The topic of today’s … Read More
It’s not like Hugh Burkhart is trying to annoy the taciturn colonyof students clustered in the “Silent Zone” of the Copley Library … but it’s clear from the icy glares aimed his way that he won’t be winning … Read More
Mitch Malachowski brings a happiness quotient to chemistry
Mitch Malachowski is already busy drawing molecules on the whiteboard as his undergraduate organic chemistry students trickle into their classroom, tucked in the basement of the Shiley Center for Science … Read More
Malachi Walker has been up for 16 hours, but it’s impossible to detect any signs of fatigue as he shares wit and wisdom with his small class of future project managers on a chilly spring evening. “Don’t make me … Read More