The first economist to give the LaFollette Lecture in the Humanities finds common ground between the disciplines. It may be..
Szczeszak-Brewer’s Essay Honored
Examining the Currency
Warren Rosenberg H’98: “Tireless Mentor”
Mending the Rift
Professor Day Continues Teaching, Research
Tobey Herzog: Getting to the Truth
Not Just Black and White
“Imagining the Ancient World”
Five Things We Didn’t Know About Reading
Redding’s Article on State Park Earns Top Honors
“A Stance of Caring”
Bookshelves: Professor Bob Foote
“Music in His Soul”
“The Kind of Man I Always Wanted to Be”
There is an Ancient Light
Word By Word, Step By Step
Some Notes on Two Poems
Teacher, Father, Friend
Driven By Voices
Traveling Well: “Enamored of the Flower”
“A Living, Pulsating Allegory”
Faculty News Redux: Jim Brown and Exotic Nuclei
Carlson Publishes in Journal for the History of Analytical Philosophy
Hardy Delivers Keynote at Extensive Reading Symposium
Marshall Wins Poetry Prize, Lauds for First Book
Early Leanings: Physics Professor Martin Madsen
“Playing Our Hearts Out”
Williams and Sacred Journeys on PBS
Calisch’s 35 Retro: An Artistic Homecoming
“Taking Responsibility for Communication”
NSF Grant Funds Dean Feller’s Continuing Research
“From Boss to Bully”
Celebrating the Right to Read
Calisch Reflects on Art and Teaching
A Chat With Faculty Farmers
Sharing the Spotlight
Wysocki Earns RCSA Grant
Bost’s “Crazy Beliefs, Sane Believers” Available Online
McDorman Publishes “One for the Books”
“The Sugar Creek Sutras”
“V” is for “Victor”
Mohl Adds Filmmaking to Students’ Choices
Democracy Initiative Earns Grant
Reflections on Water
Wickkiser NEH Scholar
Trott Earns GLCA Grant
Hemingway on a Bike
Cooking with Rick Warner
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Professor Emeritus of Classics Joe Day was the Haines-Morris Distinguished Lecturer at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville March 22 to 23, presenting..
Associate Dean of Students Marc Welch ’99 presented “Learning to Laugh and Laughing to Learn in the L2” at The..
In his new book, Tobey Herzog dives into an award-winning author’s feints and contradictions and surfaces with a revelation for..
A grant from the National Science Foundation is expanding Psychology Department Chair Karen Gunther’s research on color vision. Karen Gunther..
“I so enjoyed this process because it was a conversation throughout—like a little classroom or think tank.” Associate Professor of..
1. When reading took hold in Germany in the late 1700s, a group of German intellectuals warned that it endangers..
Associate Professor of German Greg Redding’s article on Indiana’s Shades State Park has earned the 2017 Jacob P. Dunn Award..
Late last spring Richard Paige interviewed Associate Professor Michele Pittard, this year’s winner of the College’s highest honor for faculty—the..
Professor Emeritus of Mathematics and Computer Science Goodrich Hall 105 Ten minutes before the end of his last class before..