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  1. JCU Students Attend 15th Annual Model African Union Conference

    JCU’s Model African Union, along with advisor Dr. Malia McAndrew, recently attended the 15th Annual Model African Union Conference at Howard University. Fifty-five schools participated in the simulation, including large and small universities as well as international participants. The JCU delegation represented Madagascar on the following committees: Adil Abdulahi – Executive Council, Head of State Mareike Amann – […]

  2. Apply for the Porter Scholarship Today!

    The Roderick Boyd Porter* Memorial Scholarship is awarded annually to a John Carroll University undergraduate, graduating in December 2017 or spring/summer 2018, for their contribution to the Humanities. If you qualify for this award of $13,500 for tuition for your senior year of college, we urge you to apply: http://sites.jcu.edu/studentfellowships/pages/fellowships/porter-scholarship-application-form/ To be eligible, students must: be […]

  3. Dr. Sharon Kaye quoted in LA Times Article on Fake News

    Dr. Sharon Kaye, professor of philosophy, was recently quoted in the LA Times article Where fake news came from — and why some readers believe it: “’If a lie is telling you something you want to hear, you’re more likely to think it’s true,’ Kaye said. The lies can be difficult to debunk because they involve proving that […]

  4. Dr. Chrystal Bruce named ACS Committee Chair

    Congratulations to Dr. Chrystal Bruce, Associate Professor of Chemistry, on her appointment as Chair of a new committee of the American Chemical Society‘s Division of Chemical Education’s Examinations Institute. This committee is charged with the responsibility of producing the 2019 Physical Chemistry Examinations (Quantum Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Comprehensive, and Modular).

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