Archive for November, 2011

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African-Born Dancer to Teach Master Class on Campus

November 02, 2011 / by / 0 Comment

Zimbabwean-born dancer Rujeko Dumbutshena loves her culture and enjoys being able to teach others about that culture through dance. That is what she will be doing this Friday when she teaches a master class at GCU. “We are so excited to be able to host Rujeko at Grand Canyon University,” says the director of dance for the College of Fine Arts and Production, Susannah Keita, who has attended Camp Mabina in New Mexico, a summer dance institute for which Dumbutshena is the artistic director. “Her class promises to be invigorating and challenging for all, including novice and experienced dancers.”

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Nursing Faculty Stage Wild Costume Contest

November 01, 2011 / by / 1 Comment

The blond wigs were out in force for Monday’s meeting of College of Nursing faculty, with Dean Anne McNamara overseeing a wild and crazy Halloween costume competition between graduate and undergraduate instructors. “There’s a little bit of frivolity going on here,” McNamara acknowledged as things got under way at the Howerton lecture hall.

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