Congratulations to IHE's 2011 Graduates!

We're so proud of the amazing group of 18 graduates who have completed their M.Ed. degrees with the Institute for Humane Education this year. Congratulations to:

Derin Darby, Nadia Erdolen, Shannon Finch, Lisa Forzley, Sherry Gilkin, Wendy Gilmore, Charley Korns, Garth Knox, Brian Loring, Paula Manor, Becky Morgan, Hope Phillips, Rachel Rettinger, Kurt Schmidt, Trudie Steenwyk, Shawn Sweeney, John Tewksbury, and Dace Zoltners!

Here's what a few of our new graduates are up to:

Lisa Forzley is a humane education specialist with the Detroit Zoological Society.

Charley Korns is hosting film screenings and discussions on topics related to humane issues.

Becky Morgan works as Project Coordinator for Boise Urban Garden School (BUGS), which helps kids learn about global issues through food.

Kurt Schmidt is excited to be incorporating humane education principles and practices into his continued teaching of mathematics courses to students of aboriginal descent from Atlantic Canada.

Shawn Sweeney works as National Program Coordinator for the Jane Goodall Institute's Roots and Shoots program.

Lynne Westmoreland is working as a social justice and religious education instructor at her church, is teaching a course on compassion, and is an instructor for IHE's online course, A Better World, A Meaningful Life.

If you want to take your compassion and convictions and turn them into a career that can transform your life and the world, apply for one of IHE's new graduate programs, in partnership with Valparaiso University. Earn an M.Ed., M.A., graduate certificate and more. Contact Mary Pat Champeau, Director of Education, for more information.

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