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Psychology major Emily Hall ’15 gains clinical experience through internship

    As a student interested in clinical mental health counseling, Emily Hall ’15, a psychology and sociology double major, knew it would be challenging as an undergraduate to find an internship where she could observe interactions between a therapist and a client. When she found out about an internship opportunity at The Center at the […]

Originally posted: September 18, 2014 »

President Glassner weighs in on the challenges of privatization

September 11, 2014 As governments repeatedly cut their funding of higher education, university leaders are looking for alternative solutions. One often on the table? Privatization. President Barry Glassner teamed up with Northwestern University president Morton Schapiro for a guest opinion in the Times of London’s higher education section, delving into why “going private” isn’t the […]

Originally posted: September 18, 2014 »

NEH grant funds yearlong campus program to mark 50th anniversary of American civil rights movement

Long regarded as a place where important conversations take place, Centre College remains committed to cultivating campus discussions that value community, promote respect and embrace inclusion. Now, thanks to a Created Equal grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), Centre is set to embark on a yearlong series of campus events in support of this […]

Originally posted: September 17, 2014 »

Hendrix Named #1 “Up and Coming” Liberal Arts College

CONWAY, Ark. (September 9, 2014) – Hendrix College was named the nation’s #1 “Up and Coming” liberal arts college by U.S. News and World Report, whose annual college guide was published today. According to U.S. News, the list includes the institutions most often cited by college presidents, academic leaders and admissions deans as having made […]

Originally posted: September 17, 2014 »

Pitzer College Sophomore Wins Collaboration Fellowship

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Originally posted: September 17, 2014 »

Summer student research: Measuring magnetic fields

September 02, 2014 Lewis Clark students remain closely engaged with their fields of study during the summer months, and many make meaningful contributions to scholarship by collaborating with faculty on innovative research. Aojie Zheng ’15 is working with Assistant Professor of Physics Shannon O’Leary to study how laser light can be used to detect and […]

Originally posted: September 16, 2014 »

Pitzer College Named a Best College for Asian American Pacific Islander Student Activism

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Originally posted: September 16, 2014 »

Julian Weiss ’15 helps organizations distribute Syrian aid through mapping

    “I’ve been interested in learning about the history of government since elementary school,” says Julian Weiss ’15, a history major and Middle East and Islamic studies minor. “But what really got me interested in politics and the Middle East is my belief that education is essential to building the dialogue and relationships necessary to […]

Originally posted: September 15, 2014 »

Hendrix Students Share Research at National Botany Conference

CONWAY, Ark. (September 8, 2014) – Four Hendrix research students presented their summer research results at the 2014 Botany conference in Boise, Idaho. Austin Wofford ’15 of Alma, Ark. gave an oral presentation of the results from his research at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (Mexico City, Mexico), supported by an Arkansas Department of […]

Originally posted: September 15, 2014 »

New York Times Names Pomona One of Nation’s Most Economically Diverse Top Colleges

By Cynthia Peters 5:15 pm September 8, 2014 Media Mention Pomona College is No. 7 in The New York Times’ new ranking of economic diversity at nearly 100 of the nation’s top colleges. The rating system released today measures the role of colleges and universities as engines of social mobility “based on the share of freshmen […]

Originally posted: September 15, 2014 »