Congratulations to Dr. Alain-Philippe Durand and Dr. Eve Krahe!

Dr. Alain-Philippe Durand is Dean of the College of Humanities, Professor of French, Honors College Distinguished Fellow, and affiliated faculty in Africana Studies, Latin American Studies and LGBT Studies at the University of Arizona. His research interests include French and Brazilian literatures, French Cinema, Hip-Hop, and the promotion of the Humanities disciplines in the professions.

Read more about Alain-Philippe Durand.
A signature program at the University of Arizona College of Humanities is the annual  Tucson Humanities Festival  taking place October 3-November 7 – check out the article in UA News  for all programming and events.

Dr. Eve Krahe is the Dean of Graduate Programs, School of Health Services Administration, College of Health Professionals for the University of Phoenix. Krahe’s research includes philosophy of science, and theories of anarchy and individualism as ways to prime the brain for collaboration, innovation, and embracing complexity. She explores effective pedagogies for teaching and designing curricula around these areas. Krahe’s current research seeks to examine closely the healthcare theories and philosophies of science that underpin the creation and sustaining of health and healing systems. Read more about Dr. Eve Krahe.

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