Benedict College Professor Publishes a Definitive Account Of A Political And Humanitarian Crisis.

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

By Adrien M. Ratsimbaharison (image: Tomas de Mul/IRIN).

My book, The Political Crisis of March 2009 in Madagascar: A Case Study of Conflict and Conflict Mediation, published in July 2017 by Rowman and Littlefield, offers an analysis of a political and humanitarian crisis that, regrettably,...

Word On The Street: A Prototype Brand Monitoring System for Benedict College.

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

By Lenard White (a Junior in the Mass Communication Prorgam)

Benedict College is facing new challenges and opportunities. Some of them are external, like the changing political and business environment of education. This makes our competition with other institutions of higher learning...

Information Seeking Behavior Of BC Students.

Monday, August 7, 2017

By Alex Gorelik, Ph. D. and Anton Bezuglov, Ph. D.

Background and Literature Review

The scope and volume of information at our disposal is unprecedented and the mounting evidence suggests that the ways we approach it are changing significantly as well. Media convergences...

World Bank and Africa: A Data Journalism Story.

Monday, August 7, 2017

By Brandi Green, MASS 435S

As the population of our planet grows, there are vast groups of people that are being left behind in terms of the standard of living. In the Intro to Data Journalism class I chose to focus on one such population: the African continent, specifically – the projects...

How Can Professors Increase Engagement? Students Explain.

Monday, August 7, 2017

By Juliet Campbell, SSCJ 334

For some students, remembering key points, terms and concepts can be a nightmare while for some, it comes easily. There is a lot of speculation about the reasons why but, the underlying factor is the way the student learns. Every individual is different,...


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                    Welcome to the second issue of     Illuminatus , where Benedict College students and faculty share ideas, research and best practices of academic life. A big "thank you" to our contributors - students and faculty who made this publication possible: hope you enjoy reading it!

Our next task is to make Illuminatus a platform for conversation. Check out our new rubric (Photo Essay), the new discussions feature and submit your comments to the published articles. Contact us today!   -ag.

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