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Piper Golf Classic
Join alumni and friends of Hamline University for a round of golf to raise funds for the Piper Athletic Association.
Alum 101
Join us for a new series of information sessions on a variety of topics to help transition students and recent alumni to life after Hamline. See the Alumni Events page for upcoming sessions.
It's about impact.
Our 2014 Annual Report is now available online.
Alumni Services
From career support to Hamline gear, Hamline offers a wide range of services exclusively to its alumni.
Continuing Legal Education
Hamline University School of Law presents free Continuing Legal Education sessions throughout the year for alumni, including via live webcast.

Latest Headlines

Hamline University Names Dr. Fayneese Miller as 20th President
Dr. Fayneese Miller, dean of the College of Education and Social Services and professor of leadership and developmental sciences at the University of Vermont, has been named the 20th president of Hamline University, the Hamline University Board of Trustees announced today. She will be the first African American president in the history of Hamline University and the university’s second female president. Dr. Miller will assume office on July 1, 2015. Read more.
Celebrate Piper Baseball’s Opening Day at CHS Field
You’re invited to come out to the ballgame and help celebrate Piper Baseball’s incredible new home field in Lowertown Saint Paul on Saturday, April 11 at 1 p.m. This will be the first-ever game held at the open air CHS Field, which our Pipers share with the Saint Paul Saints in a continuation of a long partnership that began at Midway Stadium.The April 11 game is free and open to all. Read more.
School of Education Alumna Wins Milken Educator Award
Erin Quinlan, Hamline teaching licensure alumna and reading specialist in Foster, Rhode Island, is the recipient of the 2014–15 Milken Educator Award. Regarded as the “Oscar of Teaching” by Teaching Magazine, the award is the nation’s preeminent teacher recognition program and carries an unrestricted cash prize of $25,000. Read more.

Alumni Spotlight

Jim Hayes ’94

You could say that head Hamline men's basketball coach Jim Hayes came home to Hamline. As a student, he played basketball for Hamline for four seasons and is ranked fifth in career rebounds and ninth in points. He served as an assistant coach here for a decade afterwards and also worked as an administrative assistant in the athletic department. In 2013, he was named head coach.

During his time as a student athlete, the two-year captain and all-MIAC player led the Pipers to a rare playoff appearance in his senior season, 1993-94. Upon graduation, he stayed at his alma mater, serving as an assistant for the next ten seasons. HU became a defensive stalwart in that time period. In his final season here, the Pipers finished second in the league without the ball, holding opponents to just 41.5 percent accuracy. Read more.

Leah Driscoll MNM ’12
Leah Driscoll received her master in nonprofit management from Hamline in December 2012. For her final capstone project, Leah researched urban “food deserts” and explored solutions for increasing access to healthy foods in low-income, urban neighborhoods. This work led her, with her husband, Mike, to develop the Twin Cities Mobile Market, a former Metro Transit bus converted into a grocery store-on-wheels that sells fresh produce and healthy foods at below-market prices. Now a program of the Amherst H. Wilder Foundation, the Mobile Market launched in December 2014 and serves 18 locations on a weekly basis. Leah now serves as the program’s manager at the Wilder Foundation. Read more.
Jake Walsh ’10
Jake Walsh graduated from Hamline with a degree in biology in 2010. He is currently wrapping up his Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin – Madison’s Center for Limnology (CFL). His research has focused on the spiny water flea, an economically and ecologically invasive species that has plagued Madison’s chain of lakes since 2009. His research has allowed him to dig deeper into the applied questions regarding invasive species, like “modeling the lakes’ vulnerability to invasions; quantifying invasive species’ ecological and economic impacts; and structuring how we think about and manage invasions, particularly here in the Midwest.” Read more.

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Alumni Magazine

Hamline: The Magazine of Hamline University

To download the Fall 2014 magazine in PDF format, or to find more issues of Hamline, go to the Hamline Magazine page.