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Gina Jensen was honored for longtime service to the nation's oldest and largest forensic honor society.

Jensen wins service award; Braig launches jazz improv resource; Jackson Taffa in Sunday Rumpus

November 15, 2016

Forensics director and adjunct faculty member Gina Jensen received the John Shields Service Award from Pi Kappa Delta, the nation's oldest forensic honor society. Music faculty member and alumnus Christopher Braig has launched jazzbraintraining.com, a resource for teaching jazz improvisation. English faculty member Deborah Jackson Taffa's essay "This American Paradise" was published in the Sunday Rumpus.

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Goodarzi

Goodarzi in Chicago; Jensen lifetime achievement; Chamberlin performs in Lebanon

November 08, 2016

Longtime forensics director Scott Jensen received the lifetime achievement L.E. Norton Award at the national tournament, Webster Geneva's Jubin Goodarzi presented at Northwestern and U. of Chicago while in the U.S. on faculty mobility, and emeritus professor Bob Chamberlin played an organ recital in Lebanon, Pennsylvania.

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