Acclaimed justice advocate and First Book author Bryan Stevenson will lecture on Oct. 20.
Academic project will focus on justice in 2015-2016
Hamideh Sedghi, PhD, will visit in March and April
Carrie Landau '96, '02 MCJ brings experience to Exploring Gender topic
The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist was on the SAU campus Oct. 21.
First book co-author Sheryl WuDunn on campus Oct. 21
The College of Business recently hosted a panel discussion on Business Sustainability and why it should matter.
Engineering students create self-cleaning coop to promote sustainability
Music department explores project theme
The river environmentalist, who spoke on campus recently, had the audience laughing—and thinking.
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Participants will learn about some of the problems in our justice system and receive tools to seek justice locally and globally.
Called "America's Mandela," Bryan Stevenson, a lifelong advocate for justice and author of the 2015 SAU First Book, "Just Mercy," is this year's keynote speaker for the AWSJ Conference.
A controversial documentary of conditions during the mid-1960s at the State Prison for the Criminally Insane in Bridgewater, Mass.
This year's speaker is Brian Farrell, JD, PhD, co-founder and president of the Innocence Project of Iowa.
MEI Visiting Scholar Alex Cicelsky discusses how Kibbutz Lotan strives to build peace and environmental justice in the deserts of southern Israel.