Sara Garska joined Ashland University in 2012 as the assistant director of the Ashland Center for Nonviolence. She is currently the administrative assistant to the communication studies, journalism & digital media and history & political science departments and to the Master of Arts in Health and Risk Communiction (MAHRC) program. She graduated magna cum laude from Ashland University with a Bachelor of Arts in English in 2011. Ms. Garska is a certified mediator with training in basic and domestic mediation, and she volunteers for TALK, Ashland’s conflict management program.
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Ashland University’s Journalism & Digital Media Department is the only fully integrated media program in the state of Ohio. We offer an innovative, state-of-the-art converged media education experience for today’s digital storytellers. Students immerse themselves in print... Read More
Understanding and engaging with the greatest questions and best minds of the past is key to becoming a truly educated citizen. As you learn about how people thought and acted in different times and places, you will gain perspectives and develop such essential qualities as... Read More