HECUA faculty news release

Introducing Art for Social Change Program Director Marcus Young!

The Higher Education Consortium for Urban Affairs (HECUA), a Minnesota-based consortium of 25 colleges and universities, is thrilled to announce that behavioral and social practice artist Marcus Young will join the HECUA USA teaching team as director of the Art for Social Change program. Read More »

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Martha Moscoso, Ecuador

We love highlighting the stories of students here on the HECUA blog, but occasionally we’d also like to introduce you to members of our hardworking staff and faculty. You can view any of the faculty profiles on our blog by clicking on the “HECUA faculty” link in the blog categories. Today’s subject is HECUA’s Community […] Read More »

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Alex Bielicki, The New Norway

We love highlighting the stories of students here on the HECUA blog, but occasionally we’d also like to introduce you to members of our hardworking staff and faculty. You can view any of the faculty profiles on our blog by clicking on the “HECUA faculty” link in the blog categories. Today’s subject is HECUA’s The […] Read More »

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Faculty Profile, Sam Grant

We love highlighting the stories of students here on the HECUA blog, but occasionally we'd also like to introduce you to members of our hardworking staff and faculty. The third faculty member in our series is Sam Grant, Environmental Sustainability Program Director. Read More »

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Faculty Profile: Adriana Corti

We love highlighting the stories of students here on the HECUA blog, but occasionally we’d also like to introduce you to members of our hardworking staff and faculty. We started out our staff profile series with New Zealand Program Co-Director Charles Dawson, and now we’ve got the second staffer in our series: Adriana Corti, Program Assistant and […] Read More »

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Faculty Profile: Charles Dawson, HECUA New Zealand

Charles’ teaching philosophy is informed by his own lived experience. “I grew up with social justice issues absolutely saturating the family home. My father worked as a defense attorney for Pacific Island peoples involved in immigration law disputes." Read More »

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