Laura Wilson exhibits poster presentation Laura Grace Wilson of Vermillion, a student at Hamline University, exhibited a poster presentation titled "Women and Homelessness" during the Hamline University Honors Day Scholarship Fair on May 1.
Wilson, a graduate of Vermillion High School, is the daughter of Jerry and Norma Wilson of Vermillion.
In its nearly 150 years, Hamline University's College of Liberal Arts has steadily built its national reputation with an innovative curriculum and excellent, dedicated faculty. A Phi Beta Kappa institution, the college offers 38 major areas of study, as well as post-baccalaureate, certificate and licensure programs.
Hamline University, St. paul, MN, is a diverse community of learners, serving more than 3,300 students in its undergraduate college, law school, and graduate schools and programs. Ranked first in quality and value among Minnesota's comprehensive universities by U.S. News and World Report magazine, Hamline's mission is to create a diverse and collaborative community of learners dedicated to the development of students' knowledge, values and skills for successful lives of leadership, scholarship and service.
Founded by Methodist pioneers nearly 150 years ago, Hamline was the first institution of higher education in the Minnesota territory. Looking toward its 150th anniversary celebration in 2004, Hamline continues its tradition of innovation and excellence in teaching and learning.