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Professor’s Project Promotes Pollinators, Begets Buzz

pollinators Kalamazoo College Biology Professor Ann Fraser is hoping to create some buzz with her latest project at the Lillian Anderson Arboretum. Part of her project aims to sustain more pollinators such as bees after a perceived decline in the state’s […]

Make Plans for Martin Luther King Jr. Day Events

Tasleem Jamila Martin Luther King Jr Day Kalamazoo College students, faculty and staff will take part in events Friday, Jan. 18, and Monday, Jan. 21, to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The events are open to the public unless otherwise noted. Friday 11 a.m., Community Reflection, […]

K Student Club Goes Nuts for Squirrels

Squirrels at Kalamazoo College What buries food, stares at you, drags pizza across campus and runs across tree limbs in the Quad? They’re squirrels, and a group of Kalamazoo College students dedicates time to watching them. “My housemates and I were interested in the […]

Crain’s Names K Alumna Among Notable Women in Technology

Women in Technology Honoree Amy Courter Photo Provided Crain’s Detroit Business is honoring a Kalamazoo College alumna in its 2018 list of 26 Notable Women in Technology. Amy Courter ’83 is principal of Azimuth Centers of Excellence, a leadership development and public speaking organization. Additionally, she serves as […]

K Professor Visits Sénégal, Université Cheikh Anta Diop

Bangura and Thioub in Sénégal Kalamazoo College Professor of History and Director of African Studies Joseph Bangura and Kalamazoo College Center for International Programs Executive Director Margaret Wiedenhoeft recently visited Université Cheikh Anta Diop Chancellor/President Ibrahima Thioub in Dakar, Sénégal, to strengthen the ties between […]

Two Alumnae Named Notable Women in Nonprofits

Cheryl Johnson Provided Photo for Notable Women in Nonprofits Crain’s Detroit Business is honoring two Kalamazoo College alumnae in its 2018 list of 59 Notable Women in Nonprofits. Cheryl Johnson ’83 is the executive director and CEO of the Coalition on Temporary Shelter (COTS) in Detroit. Jennifer Lepard ’86 […]

Fall 2018 Dean’s List

Students on the quad for fall 2018 dean's list Congratulations to the following Kalamazoo College students, who achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or better for a full-time course load of at least three units, without failing or withdrawing from any course, during the fall 2018 academic term. […]

Forbes Honors K Alumnus Rothstein in 30 Under 30

Peter Rothstein, a 30 Under 30 honoree, in a black t-shirt and blue jeans Kalamazoo College alumnus Peter Rothstein ’14 is celebrating his selection in the 2019 edition of 30 Under 30, Forbes’ annual list of 600 young visionaries from 20 industries. Rothstein, originally from West Bloomfield, Michigan, is the director of operations for […]

Happy Holidays from Kalamazoo College

Holiday Card 2018 Dear Friends, As we celebrate 60 years of study abroad being a hallmark of Kalamazoo College’s experiential education, Suzie and I are reminded of our own international experiences during our college years and how they changed our lives. Now, as […]

K Expands Student Options for Externships

Externships Kalamazoo College students are about to have more options for externships, providing them with valuable experience applicable toward their chosen professions. An externship is a short-term job-shadowing experience that works like an apprenticeship, giving a training program through a brief […]