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K Hires Vice President of Advancement

Advancement Vice President Karen Isble President Jorge G. Gonzalez announced today that Karen Isble will join Kalamazoo College as the institution’s new vice president for advancement. Isble, associate vice chancellor and campaign director for university advancement at University of California, Irvine, will begin her new […]

‘Fiske Guide to Colleges’ Honors K

Fiske Guide to Colleges Kalamazoo College’s academic and experiential excellence again is recognized in the annual Fiske Guide to Colleges, the publisher Sourcebooks has announced. In the 2021 version, available now, the publication says K students “pursue a liberal arts curriculum that includes language […]

Student’s Own Podcast Shapes His Ideas on Immigration

Mihail Naskovski Immigration Podcast From halfway around the world and without leaving the city, a Kalamazoo College student this spring scrutinized a European nation and one of its policies related to immigration while shaping his own perspectives through a different kind of assignment. Mihail […]

K Students Need Your Help Analyzing Deer Populations

Zach Brazil Researching Deer Populations_fb If you’re a citizen scientist who would like to help two Kalamazoo College students with their Senior Individualized Projects (SIP), there’s an app for that. Jake Osen and Zach Brazil, both ’21, are tabulating deer in Kalamazoo-area neighborhoods and need […]

K Voices Opposition to New ICE Policy Regarding International Students

We at Kalamazoo College join with other higher education institutions to voice our opposition to guidance announced on July 6 by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) regarding the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP). At a time when we […]

K to Resume On-Campus Tours

On-Campus Tours Stetson Chapel Starting on Wednesday, July 15, the Kalamazoo College Office of Admission will resume on-campus walking tours for prospective students and families. The Admission team is taking measures to keep valued guests safe during their visits to campus. Information sessions and […]

Fulbright Honors Five from K

Fulbright Scholar Paige Chung Five Kalamazoo College representatives are receiving one of the highest honors the federal government provides in regard to scholarship and international exchange. The Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers fellowships for graduating seniors, graduate students, young professionals and artists to teach […]

Religion Chair’s Book Offers ‘Glimmers of Hope’ for LGBTQ Mormons

Tabernacles of Clay An often-forgotten member of the religious right and its views on gender identity are the subjects of a historical book released this month by Kalamazoo College Religion Department Chair Taylor Petrey. Petrey said the post-World War II views of Evangelicals […]

Three Faculty Members Earn Tenure

Shanna Salinas tenure 2 Three Kalamazoo College faculty members from the English, music and political science departments have been awarded tenure. The tenure milestone recognizes excellence in teaching, scholarship and service to the College, and signifies its confidence in the contributions these professors will […]

Co-Authorship Project Engages Children in Quarantine

Kitty Leia A term in distance learning forced faculty to rethink how they teach and conduct their courses at Kalamazoo College this spring. That was especially true for Siu-Lan Tan, K’s James A. B. Stone Professor of Psychology. Tan normally has her […]