Misc. Materials related to Dean Lauren Robel
INTERNATIONAL NEWS 2007
Maulvi Wahab, Ameer or leader of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community of Ghana, visited IUB in late June as one of several distinguished international visitors invited to attend the Indiana Democracy Consortium's congress Democracy and the Modern World: Prospects and Challenges organized by Bennett Bertenthal, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences; Astrid Merget, then dean of the School of Public and Environmental Affairs; and Lauren Robel, dean of the School of Law-Bloomington. The congress was convened by Jeff Isaac, chair of political science. The Ameer, who has served on the presidentially appointed Ghanaian National Recon ciliation Commission, visited his friend and colleague John Hanson, who has conducted historical research on the Ahmadiyya community, and Dean Robel in her office.
"John Hanson, Lauren Robel, and Maulvi Wahab (photograph)" (2007). Lauren Robel (2002 Acting; 2003-2011). 28.