IMP alum is IU's third Presidential Intern
Posted: Monday, February 6, 2012Christian Hines (BA'11) has been appointed as IU's third Presidential Intern. Hines's degree included majors in history and in modern political thought and action through the Individualized Major Program. As Presidential Intern, he will assess the feasibility of a new program to enhance the IU undergraduate experience, involving the study of Western art, literature, and philosophy in their interrelation and in relation to their social, political, and historical contexts. Hines is the second IMP student to serve IU President Michael A. McRobbie in this capacity. Miles Taylor, an IMP student with a major in international security studies, was appointed as the inaugural Presidential Intern in 2009.
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