When people need to get on the field for the Super Bowl, they go through Katie Keenan ’05, M ’10.
At 22, Nancy Newell ’15 already has been featured as a fitness expert in the Huffington Post.
President Bitterbaum will discuss gender identity and sexual orientation Thursday, Jan. 28.
Personal stories underscored the importance of student success as a major theme of President Bitterbaum’s remarks.
The event offers an update on five areas of assessment locally: the economy, health, housing, sustainability and youth.
Funds will expand a highly successful online tutoring network aimed at improving student completion.
Associate Professor Nance Wilson was honored for her service to the American Reading Forum.
The elective that stresses student concern for community issues such as poverty and hunger.
She's one of three nationwide to win the expense-paid community service trip.
Art and Art History Professor Jeremiah Donovan received competitive funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.