Abdul-Rehman Malik, Associate Research Scholar and Lecturer in Islamic Studies, is the host of “This Being Human,” a new podcast series offered by the Aga Khan Museum.
Dianne Bilyak ’06 M.A.R. is publishing a new book, Nothing Special: The Mostly True, Sometimes Funny Tales of Two Sisters, about her experience growing up with a sister with Down syndrome.
Christopher Hanson ‘96 M.A.R., ’96 M.E.M. has been appointed chair of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Karilyn Crockett ’06 M.A.R., Chief Equity Officer for the City of Boston, was the subject of a profile in the Boston Globe focusing on the city’s racial reckoning.
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Finding Comfort during Hard Times: A Guide to Healing after Disease, Violence, and Other Community Trauma by Earl Johnson ‘76 M.Div. has been named a Top Ten health and wellness book by Booklist.