Jessica M. Auriemma ’21, a recent studio art graduate, and Kimberly Callas, assistant professor of art and design, both have artwork featured in United Nations Academic Impact’s (UNAI) new virtual magazine, “The Art of Climate Action.” The goal of the magazine is to address the growing recognition that education needs to adapt in order to address climate change, and find new ways of engaging young people with a topic that is often perceived as abstract, distant, and complex.
Monmouth In The News
In this issue: Living in a post-pandemic world; a primer on Afrofuturism; one Hawk’s journey from homelessness to his Ed.D.; and more.
Damon Colbert spent much of his teens and 20s homeless and battling personal demons. Now, after earning three degrees from Monmouth in under a decade, he’s committed to helping at-risk children realize their own potential.
Learning to live with COVID-19.
By Marilyn McNeil, vice president and director of athletics.
By Joe Rapolla, chair of the Music and Theatre Arts Department and director of the Music Industry Program.
By John Henning, dean of the School of Education
By Jeff Weisburg, specialist professor of biology.
By Noah Hart, coordinator of first year advising, whose research focuses on the workplace.
By Corey Dzenko, art historian and associate professor of art and design.
Entrepreneur Krish Ramakrishnan has made a career of being in the right place at the right time.
As the Army’s second highest-ranking civilian, Christopher Lowman is working to modernize the largest branch of the US military.