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Latest Headlines

Appeldorns Fund Hamline Innovation Studies
Building on a career of innovation that included more than two dozen patents and life changing breakthroughs at 3M, alumni Roger ’57 and Marilyn ’58 Appeldorn announced they will fund a new effort called the Appeldorn Family Endowed Fund for Innovation Studies at Hamline. Mr. Appeldorn believes that no other undergraduate institution is teaching the innovation process, and this could be a unique opportunity for Hamline. Read more.
Hamline alumna named Deputy of the Year
Hamline alumna Jessica Miller Slavik ’06 was named 2015 Deputy of the Year by the Minnesota Sheriff's Association. Read more at the Pioneer Press.
ABA Approves Combination of Hamline Law and William Mitchell
Hamline University School of Law and William Mitchell College of Law received word that the American Bar Association has granted acquiescence to combine the two law schools to create Mitchell Hamline School of Law, an independent law school that will be the largest in the region. Read more.

Alumni Spotlight

Thang Nguyen MBA '11
Thang Nguyen graduated from Hamline’s MBA program in 2011 with a concentration in international business management.  He is currently IT operations supervisor, Medtronic PLC. His current duties include sharing management responsibilities of Medtronic’s data center operations as well as coordinating efforts for major incident resolution to minimize impact. Thang is quick to acknowledge his current success is founded on the connections he’s made during his tenure at Medtronic and the skills he developed from his Hamline MBA experience. A source of great pride for Thang is the role he’s played in assisting others in developing their careers. He has directly and indirectly played a part in at least 5 individuals attending Hamline’s MBA program. In addition to coaching and mentoring others, Thang is active in Medtronic’s Asian Enterprise Resource Group (ERG) and has joined with other like-minded employees to help develop Asian leadership within the corporate environment. As a Vietnamese refugee blessed with U.S. citizenship, he is living the “American Dream” and always has a smile to remind himself and those around him. Thang lives in Saint Paul with his wife and three children (who make him a better person every day). Read more.



Ina Baum ’07
Ina Baum graduated from Hamline in 2007 with a degree in communication and media studies and international relations. After graduating from Hamline, Ina lived in China for a year, teaching at United International College, a Hamline partner. She then returned to Germany to work for the German Commission for the United Nations Educational, Science, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). While managing the publication of the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report, she earned her master’s degree in international relations and affairs from the Freie Universitaet Berlin. Ina currently serves as Wissenschaftsreferentin (science coordinator) at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK). Read more.
Amanda Hedin MBA ’09
Amanda Hedin holds a bachelor's degree in leadership and business management from the University of St. Thomas, and graduated from Hamline University with a master of business administration in 2009. While at Hamline, she traveled abroad to Italy and China and also received the Holt Fellowship. Amanda has worked in the healthcare field for 16 years, and currently has a full-time position with Children’s Minnesota and Allina Health in the Mother Baby Clinical Service Line. In 2013, she and her husband Scott started a nonprofit in honor of their daughter Eden called Eden’s Garden. Amanda lives in Blaine, Minnesota with her husband Scott and daughter Reagan, and enjoys spending time with her family and CrossFitting, biking, hiking, swimming, and traveling. Read more about Amanda and her work with Eden's Garden.
 

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