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Demystifying macroeconomics for grad students and executives ―Farrokh Langdana ,
Director, Executive MBA Program
The first-ever spring-break "flash" courses were offered last week to students interested in pressing social-justice issues.
An innovative Political Science course is preparing students for the largest intercollegiate Model UN Conference in the world.
On a recent afternoon, Diane Jammula stood at the front of a large lecture hall packed with 150 students, wearing a humorous grin.
Latest move represents a huge investment by RU-N in a discipline that is the wave of the future.
The term “sustainability,” whose currency has grown in recent years, usually conjures images of solar and wind energy, recycling, and composting—and in urban areas rooftop gardens, LEED buildings and bike lanes.