Going to a war-torn nation to face war criminals, gangsters, and corrupt officials isn't everyone's idea of professional development--but for one 2007 Master of Liberal Studies graduate, it was an opportunity to study international law firsthand.
For one year, Ramsey County District Court judge Edward Wilson worked in Prizren, Kosovo, serving as an international judge on cases deemed too sensitive or explosive for local officials--including war crimes, ethnic disputes, and organized crime. Read more about his experience and how he's brought his experience with restorative justice back to Ramsey County.
See free performances of Chekhov's Wild Honey, performed by senior students in the U's Bachelor of Fine Arts Actor Training Program, a partnership between the U and the Guthrie Theater. The play will be performed at Rarig Center's Kilburn Arena Stage, December 3 and 5 at 7:30 p.m.; and December 6 at 2 p.m. Learn more at the Department of Theatre Arts & Dance Web site.