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  • St. John’s Multi-Sector Communication Program Awards its First PhD

    Congratulations Dr. Sinha, the first recipient of a Ph.D in Multi-Sector Communications from Saint John’s University!

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    In this article, Dr. Razan Jadaan exlores the pursuit of human rights, equality, and justice.

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  • Honoring Fernando Rielo, Founder of IDENTE

    Read more about the late Marie-Lise Gazarian Gautier’s account of Fernando Rielo’s impact on her life, including 3 poems inspired by Fernando Rielo.

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  • Does scientific and technological progress require an unequal distribution of wealth? Is it worth it if the only people who benefit are the rich?

    Author: Arturo Pagán, Ph.D. student in Multi-Sector Communications program Recently, there has been quite a lot of attention on Elon […]

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  • La maldición del saber

    Author: Cristina Pérez-Cordón, Ph. D. Preguntar o no preguntar, esa es la cuestión  Todavía recuerdo mi primer día de trabajo […]

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  • Do we control technology, or does it have control over us?

    Floridi, L. (2014). The fourth revolution: How the infosphere is reshaping human reality.Author: Tara DeWorsop, Ph.D. student in Multi-Sector Communications program […]

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