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Haile/ US Bank College of Business: The International Business Center was awarded a Department of Education Title VI Grant through the Business and International Education Program. The grant will fund outreach programs and over the summer began receiving $175,000 that will be paid over the next two years.

College of Arts and Sciences: Dr. James Ramage will give a free public lecture titled “Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant and Kentucky in the Civil War,” at 7 p.m. Oct. 14 in BEP 200, sponsored by the NKU Military History Lecture Series, the Kentucky Historical Society and the Kentucky Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission. For information, contact the Department of History and Geography at (859) 572-5461 or hisgeo1@nku.edu.

College of Nursing and Health Professions: The school is working with community nurses to create a nursing museum to memorialize the care given by Salvation Army William Booth Hospital, now St. Luke West. MSN graduate students Tiffany Perkins and Julia Kampsen are writing qualitative historical research studies on the project and undergrad Courtney Clark started work for an internship at the museum.

Chase College of Law: Chase student Bob Hengge, with supervising attorney Ray Faller, achieved a resounding victory in defense of a client charged with theft. As a participant in the Indigent Defense Clinic, Hengge diligently researched and argued his case at a trial before the Hamilton County Municipal Court. The judge found the client not guilty.

College of Informatics: On Nov. 14, about 60 students from Kenton County’s three high schools will visit campus to hear faculty members’ presentations on the three academic departments in Informatics. Students will be able to interact with instructors and learn about internship and co-ops for majors in the College of Informatics.

College of Education and Human Services: The September edition of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association’s news magazine recognized two students from the Athletic Training Education Program. Current student, Jessica Daniels, was recognized for her participation on the National Athletic Training Student Committee. Dustin Grooms, NKU alumni, was featured in the “Student Spotlight” column.

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