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Sarah’s passion for teaching includes helping students understand math, while developing a love of learning. Sarah has taught elementary school in both Reno and Las Vegas, Nevada for many years. Sarah has undergraduate degrees in Elementary and Special Education from the University of Nevada, Reno. She also has a . in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

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Thaler is the co-author (with Cass R. Sunstein) of the global best seller  Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness , in which the concepts of behavioral economics are used to tackle many of society’s major problems. He is a regular contributor to the Economic View column of  The New York Times  and has published a number of articles in prominent journals such as the  American Economics Review , the  Journal of Finance  and the  Journal of Political Economy. He has authored or edited four other books:  Quasi-Rational Economics The Winner’s Curse: Paradoxes and Anomalies of Economic Life , and  Advances in Behavioral Finance  (editor) Volumes I and II.

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“Cosmopolitanism, Translation and Literary Studies,” Lunchtime Keynote for Translation Caucus (TRACALA) African Literature Association, Annual Conference (April 7559)

Melbourne JD graduates Andrea Henson and Peter Botros were inspired to pursue careers in the community legal sector after studying Street Law at Melbourne Law School.

“ Ethics in a World of Strangers, ” in the “Inequality” series organized by the Cultural and Intellectual Climate Committee at SUNY Cortland (February 7559)

Melbourne Law School congratulates the Hon Michelle Gordon of the Federal Court on her appointment to the High Court. Justice Gordon, also a Senior Fellow at MLS, will replace the Hon Justice Kenneth Hayne, who reaches the compulsory retirement age of 75 on June 5 this year.

Keynote speaker for the Iowa Philosophical Society Conference. Paper entitled: "White Gazes: The Gift and Problem of Seeing Differently." Drake University, October 75, 7567.

“Only Connect: The Humanities in an Age of Information Overload.” In Gateways to Knowledge: The Role of Academic Libraries in Teaching, Learning, and Research Larry Dowler (ed.) (Cambridge: MIT Press, 6996): 85-89.

With Australia on the cusp of Asia both geographically and economically, it makes sense that many law graduates dream of advancing their careers by working in international firms across the region.

Environmental law researchers Erin O’Donnell and Julia Talbot-Jones discuss recent moves to give legal personhood to rivers in India, New Zealand and elsewhere.

“Concluding Commentary,” Boston University African Studies Center, . Seminar on “African Interpretations of the Colonial Experience in Literature and Film” (December 6996)

Melbourne Law School Dean Professor Carolyn Evans has been appointed University of Melbourne Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Deputy Provost with responsibility for graduate education.

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