Maine Public recently recorded an interview with Deqa Dhalac ‘13G, a graduate of the Carsey School’s Master in Community Development program who was sworn in as mayor of South Portland, Maine, in December and has likely become the first Somali American mayor in the United States.
New lab is a hub for engaging with global racial and social inequality.
Many of the things Nathaniel Hunt ’22 learned as a philosophy major proved beneficial when he conceived a business idea, and his partnership with the Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center helped take the project from concept to Holloway Competition winner. Hear Nathaniel’s story in his own words.
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Originally published on the Opportunity of Finance Network (OFN) digest blog, this article examines the academic partnership between the Carsey School and OFN, with an interview from Austin Vasko, a graduate from the Master in Community Development (MCD) program who used the education award as an OFN CDFI member.
This recent article – written by Keystone International and featured on the Carsey School of Public Policy blog – examines some of the different career fields that public service graduates can use their degrees in, including law enforcement, nonprofit work, higher education, and more. Past and present Carsey students are interviewed.
Deqa Dhalac '13G, a graduate of the Carsey School's Master in Community Development program, was formally seated as the top elected leader of Maine’s fourth largest city, South Portland. She is believed to be the first Somali American to have been elected as a mayor in the United States.
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Conversational English class helps UNH housekeepers feel more at home in America.