Each had a distinctive road in finding their way to Kalamazoo College, but all have succeeded in journeys that took them professionally to UNICEF in Kenya.
Two Kalamazoo College faculty members are examining whether national attempts at combined trade and environmental policies might help fight climate change.
Katie Rock ’23 unearthed an invasive species never before officially documented in our city through her work at the arboretum. Watch out for jumping worms.
Newly unearthed diaries dating back at least 80 years are providing a fresh perspective on the Holocaust for a Kalamazoo College faculty member.
Eli Edlefson ’23 is continuing a wildflowers rehabilitation project, which aims to promote insect pollinator populations by planting native plants.
K again is featured in a guide to institutions of higher education that has been trusted by students for nearly 40 years, the Fiske Guide to Colleges.
For the second year in a row, a K chemistry student has been awarded the Priscilla Carney Jones Scholarship through the American Chemical Society.
A generous leadership gift from Kalamazoo College alumnus Robert Sherbin ’79 will open the door to independent exploration abroad for K graduates.
K is included in the 2022–23 Colleges of Distinction guide, which recognizes schools that go beyond what drives rankings to cater to students’ interests.
A $500,000 gift to K in support of women’s athletics from Dana Getman ’68 is establishing the Getman Endowment for Equity in Women’s Athletics.