People of Hope, Agents of Change: A Different World is Possible!
Holy Names University is delighted to announce the upcoming official Inauguration and Investiture of William J. Hynes, Ph.D., as the 17th President of Holy Names University. The Inauguration Committee has orchestrated two key events that will not only officially welcome President Hynes to HNU, but also celebrate HNU’s legacy of social justice and civic engagement:
Portland, OR – Dennis Jones has shown what excellence is in the field of coaching. In now his 13th year of serving as a head coach, he has posted a remarkable 261-149 record. He has won eight California Pacific Conference Championships, eight California Pacific Conference Tournament Titles, made eight National Tournament appearances and three trips to the sweet-sixteen.
On May 24th, the Board of Trustees affirmed the recommendation of the Rank and Tenure Committee to promote Marion Marshall, MS, BCET to the rank of Associate Professor. Marion is Director of the Educational Therapy Program, which, due to her leadership, has gained national recognition.
This winter, a select group of students will have a tremendous opportunity to participate in a once in a lifetime learning experience by traveling to El Salvador. On January 2, 2011, nine HNU students will accompany Dr. Robert Lassalle-Klien (Religious Studies), Dr. Martivón Galindo (Latin American Studies) and Sr. Susan Wells (Director of the Center for Social Justice and Civic Engagement) to El Salvador as part of the HNU 2011 Study Trip Immersion Experience.
Since graduating in 2001, Michael Stout has been making waves within the Video Game Industry. Mike recently authored a featured article for Gamasutra. com, the online version of Game Developer Magazine and is frequently referenced across the blog-sphere as a “veteran video game designer”.
President William J. Hynes, Ph.D. reached the 45-day mark as Holy Names University’s 17th President on September 14th. Since he assumed office on August 1st, his time has been filled with high energy, new ideas and substantive community dialogue.
From SoccerAmerica’s College Soccer Reporter:
Keeper takes to field, scores with bicycle kick
Sabel Maguire is the starting goalkeeper for Holy Names but when she got some action as a field player scored on a bicycle kick.