State-of-the-Art IT Education
New Chair of Computer Science Anatoly Temkin discusses developments in information technology programs at Metropolitan College.
Dissecting the Beveridge Curve
Rand Ghayad (MET’09) has been recognized by leading economists for his theories on long-term unemployment. Plus—exclusive Q&A.
The Network of Risk
Three Administrative Sciences professors reflect on financial crises—and how to avoid another one. Read the story and an exclusive Q&A.
Also in this issue…
MET Welcomes Dean Ad Interim Tanya Zlateva
Meet Dr. Tanya Zlateva, who became dean ad interim for Metropolitan College & Extended Education in January 2013.
The Academic Vision of Associate Dean Chitkushev
New Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Lou Chitkushev outlines measures to ensure MET students have the “best educational experience.”
Hands-on in Haiti
Read a Q&A with professors Enrique Silva and Danielle Rousseau, who embody the hands-on aspect of applied social sciences in post-earthquake Haiti.
Distinguished Alumni Awards
Read a Q&A with distinguished alumni Douglas Chamberlain (MET’74, GSM’76) and Kimberly Grant (MET’10), honored for “Service to Profession.”
MET around Town
Read a Q&A with three local MET graduates, view videos and other extras, and—if you’re local—submit your own answers to our questions…
Catching up with the Chadwick Fellows
Find out what this year’s Chadwick Fellowship recipients, Rachel Black and Nancy Ahern, are up to—and read an exclusive Q&A.
Read highlights of recent MET faculty and staff news, honors, grants, presentations, and publications.
Alumni Events & Class Notes
See photos from select MET alumni events that occurred around the nation this year, and look at class notes submitted by alumni. Have news to share? Submit your own class note.
The MET community mourns the passing of Associate Professor of Advertising Tom Fauls and Adjunct Associate Professor Michael Fleming.
We recognize those who have supported MET’s pursuit of excellence through their generous contributions.
- 610 Number of graduating students who attended Commencement 2013.
- 5,000 Number of sandwiches served at MET receptions during Commencement.
- 3,000 Quantity of Commencement programs distributed.
- 100 Percentage of full-time faculty eligible to hire a graduate assistant.
- 59 Number of staff who volunteered to work Commencement.
- 236 The number of online MET students who graduated in 2013.
- 4,800 Number of fictional résumés sent by alumnus Rand Ghayad to test his theory of long-term unemloyment.