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“I teach, therefore I take.” The 2018 Lucasse Lecture

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Professor Chuck Stull The only piece of advice Kalamazoo College Senior Instructor of Economics Chuck Stull received before his first teaching job in graduate school was to erase a blackboard using vertical strokes. That’s not much prep for a teacher whose faculty colleagues […]

The K-Plan Roots of Achievement and Fulfillment

Judge Gerald Rosen '73 The Honorable Gerald E. Rosen ’73, retired federal judge and the chief mediator of the Detroit bankruptcy case in 2015, describes the vital role of the K-Plan to his career path and life. For Rosen, the liberal arts, K’s emphasis […]

The Importance of Practicing Mindfulness in a World Becoming a Screen

Praying hands and being mindful Classmates (2007) Karman Kent and Matt Thieleman share insights about the vital role of mindfulness (being conscious of what’s going on RIGHT NOW) to self-awareness, empathy and leadership; and, in turn, the importance of self-awareness, empathy and effective leadership to […]