Tom Patrick, professor of finance, has helped a number of senior manuscripts written for his classes reach publication in professional journals. Most recently, he guided alumni Brian Glenn (’02) with publishing his article in the “Journal of Financial Management.” […]
In its final report, the task force on Honors and Scholars recommended the creation of an office of Honors, Scholars and Awards, more fellowship opportunities, transcript recognition for non-honors students who take honors courses and an opportunity for students to apply to the Honors Program after completing one semester at the College. […]
The Tutoring Center is now reaching beyond helping the College’s students. An upcoming alumni chapter will allow both graduates and current students to build upon post-graduate experiences and stay connected.
Diane Gruenberg, coordinator of the Humanities and Social Sciences Tutoring Services and advisor of College Development and Alumni Affairs, had the idea for an alumni chapter. […]
Daniel Crofts, professor of history and former chair of the history department portrayed the importance of the increase of 14 million voters in the 2004 election at the political science department’s forum on Nov. 18, when faculty members presented an analysis of the 2004 election before opening the floor to a roundtable discussion. […]
“Freedom Road,” a documentary focusing on three incarcerated women who reclaim their voices and stories through writing their memoirs, will be presented on Dec. 3 in the Don Evans Black Box Theater at 8 p.m.
The film focuses on Woman is the Word, the memoir-writing workshop organized in a women’s maximum security prison, and the lessons that these imprisoned women can teach. […]