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By Tiffany Garrett, editor

Com dean publishes on media ethics
HPU College of Communication Dean and Professor of Communication James Whitfield, Ed.D., has published a chapter in the recently issued book, Contemporary Media Ethics: A Practical Guide for Students, Scholars, and Professionals, Marquette Books, January 2006. [More]


Dr. James Whitfield, dean, College of Communication.

Photo courtesy of College of Communication

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Karbens nominated for national honor

Associate Professor of accounting and finance Dr. John (Jack) P. Karbens, Ed.D., has been nominated for the 2006 American Institute of CPAs Distinguished Achievement in Accounting Education Award. The institute grants the award to one accounting professor in the United States annually. [More]

 


Dr. John (Jack) P. Karbens

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Aloha from the President

If this is your first year at HPU, you’ve probably found it both exciting and challenging, especially if you’ve never been to college before. You are living on your own, exploring new subjects, making new friends with people from countries you never knew existed. [More]

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Chaplain's Corner

My favorite story from the recently completed 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Italy concerns American speed skater Joey Cheek. Not only is he an excellent skater, but he has a heart as big as a Torino pizza. Joey won gold and silver medals in skating and a bonus prize of $40,000. Instead of buying a new Beamer, he donated the entire prize to an organization called Right to Play, a charity that provides playing opportunities for disadvantaged children in the Sudan and other developing countries. [More]

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