Master of Arts News


News and events from UI&U's MA students, faculty, and alums.


Stacy Freeman

Stacy Freeman is thrilled to announce that she will be teaching at Mohawk Valley Community College upon graduating from the M.A. program.

Kyle Patrick Williams

Soon to graduate, Kyle Patrick Williams has been selected for a two-year contract at Lingnan University in Hong Kong.

Rachel Cohen-Rottenberg

Rachel Cohen-Rottenberg was recently selected as one of the 2012 BlogHer Voices of the Year for her article "The Path That Chose Me."

Michael Horowitz

In preparation for his final document, Michael Horowitz is questioning the manner in which homes are being rated by LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), and other internationally-recognized green building certification systems.

Shirley Rossi-Rivera

Shirley Rossi-Rivera recently returned from the 46th Annual Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, MI.

Colleen Kappeler

Already an experienced editor, Kappeler assisted one of her local writers in self-publishing a book through Kindle Direct Publishing and CreateSpace for her Applications course.

Julie-Marie Bristol

M.A. student incorporates rich Shetlandic history into presentation regarding Shetland poets.

Kyle Patrick Williams

Kyle Williams is currently serving as the AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) Leader for the Kentucky Campus Compact project at Northern Kentucky University, where he has integrated his Master’s research into his role.

Karin Cadwell, Ph.D.

Doctors Nashwa Samra, Amal El Taweel and our own Professor Karin Cadwell recently published their research findings, “The Effect of Kangaroo Mother Care on the Duration of Phototherapy of Infants Re-admitted for Neonatal Jaundice,” in The Journal of Maternal-Fetal and Neonatal Medicine.

Rudolph Ryser, Ph.D.

Professor Rudolph Ryser reported the content of an intervention to the Adhoc Working Group on the Kyoto Protocols (AWG-KP) summit in Durban, South Africa, in support of the International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Climate Change (IIPFCC).

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