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New Study Abroad Programs Will Connect Students, Interests

New Study Abroad Programs Students will learn about social, racial and economic issues in five new study abroad programs coming to Kalamazoo College in the 2019-20 academic year. Center for International Programs Executive Director Margaret Wiedenhoeft said the new programs will align with K’s […]

Honors Day 2018 Celebrates Student Achievements

5 students and Provost on stage during Honors Day 2018 Convocation Kalamazoo College Family Weekend served as the backdrop for the Honors Day 2018 convocation. More than 250 students were recognized Friday, Nov. 2, for excellence in academics and leadership in six divisions: Fine Arts, Foreign Languages, Humanities, Natural Sciences and […]

K Student Provides Tips on What to Bring to Campus

Mattie Del Torro Writes Class of 2019 on her dry-erase board for what to bring to campus story When Mattie Del Toro ’20 reflects on choosing Kalamazoo College, she remembers an experience brought to her by the letter K. As a high school senior, Del Toro attended a Colleges That Change Lives fair near her hometown of Albuquerque, […]

K Tour Guides Offer 4 Tips for College Visits

Leah Todd Several Kalamazoo College students with local ties are helping prospective students and their families learn about the school, the campus and the city this summer through the Admission Center. Madelyn Betts ’19, Leah Todd ’20 and Faruq Schieber ’20—all of […]

Fulbright Allows Student to Retrace Her Heritage in Lithuania

Katie Johnson Fulbright Lithuania Imagine an opportunity to travel abroad, retrace your heritage, teach English in a foreign country, greet family you’ve never known and promote international understanding between cultures. Katie Johnson ’18 will have that opportunity through a Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant […]

Award Recognizes Stull’s Love of Teaching

Scenic photo of Lucasse teaching honoree Chuck Stull Ask students what they admire about Kalamazoo College economics and business Senior Instructor Chuck Stull and they’ll tell you he’s always there when they need his help and advice. So it should come as no surprise that being able to […]

K Student Wins Alpha Lambda Delta Graduate Fellowship

Alpha Lambda Delta Honoree Guillermo Dominguez-Garcia Alpha Lambda Delta, the National Honor Society for top first-year students, is awarding Kalamazoo College’s Guillermo Dominguez-Garcia ’18 a Dr. Helen Clarke Graduate Fellowship to continue his studies next school year. The $3,000 grant will help defray Dominguez-Garcia’s expenses as […]

Five Faculty Members Receive Tenure

Noriko Sugimori presenting at inauguration With specialties ranging from the psychology of adolescents to Victorian literature, five Kalamazoo College professors have achieved tenure. The milestone recognizes the scholarship and teaching they have completed to the point of tenure, and it is also a sign of […]

K Students Win Scholarship for Business Plan Addressing Pay to Play

Scholarship Winners for Pay to Play plan stand outside the Hicks Student Center Two Kalamazoo College juniors have won a scholarship for their innovative plan to use a business approach to address an economic inequity. The issue, called pay to play, is a growing concern as low- and even middle-income families find they […]

Economics and Business Instructor Receives Lucasse Award

Lucasse Fellowship Winner Chuck Stull Kalamazoo College announced today that Senior Instructor of Economics and Business Chuck Stull will receive the 2018 Florence J. Lucasse Lectureship for Excellence in Teaching, awarded to a K faculty member in recognition of outstanding classroom teaching. Stull joined the […]