The unique program will allow classes from cross-disciplines to count toward the minor, classes such as Introduction to Mechanical Engineering and World Viticulture. Additionally, there are plans for opportunities to engage students outside of classrooms.
Dr. Mary Husain loves leading multicultural discussions that allow students and the campus community to better understand different cultures, to develop global awareness and to see the value of cultural diversity.
The positive reception and high attendance attested to the urgency and relevance of the series. In the past, the Hmong community had felt disarray, confusion, and powerlessness during hard times. The series then served as a neutral place for discussion and dialogue for a better understanding of relevant issues where different perspectives can contribute to the well-being of the students and the community.
he applied to the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He was accepted to both programs — two of the top schools for Linguistics in the world according to Top Universities.
A renowned Russian dramatic baritone, Dr. Belov has been praised by the New York Times as “A baritone with a rich mellifluous voice…Mr. Belove sounded particularly fine, singing with urgency and soulful pathos.”