German Studies Co-Chair Earns National Teaching Honor (10/20/2021) - German Studies Co-Chair Kathryn Sederberg will be honored in a virtual ceremony November 20 by the American Association of Teachers of German (AATG).
Kalamazoo College Welcomes New Faculty Members (10/4/2021) - Kalamazoo College is pleased to welcome the following faculty members to campus this fall.
Honey of a Month Prompts Entomology Q-and-A (9/29/2021) - September is National Honey Month, which prompted us to ask Kalamazoo College entomology students about the significance of honey and honey bees.
Wall Street Journal, Times Higher Education Rankings Laud K (9/23/2021) - The U.S. Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education 2022 College Rankings place Kalamazoo College as the top private institution in Michigan.
K Bestows Lucasse, Ambrose Awards (9/15/2021) - One faculty member and one staff member have earned two of the highest awards K bestows on its employees, the Lucasse Lectureship and the Ambrose Prize.
Princeton Review: Academics Place K Among Nation’s Best Colleges (8/31/2021) - The Princeton Review is again including K in the education-services company’s annual guide to colleges, The Best 387 Colleges, based on academics.
Guide to Colleges Celebrates K’s Excellence (7/14/2021) - Kalamazoo College’s excellence is again featured in the annual "Fiske Guide to Colleges," a selective look at about 300 higher-education institutions in the United States, Canada and the U.K.
JAWS Shreds Stereotypes, Spotlights Diverse Chemists (6/9/2021) - When you hear it’s time for JAWS, don’t fear a shark attack. Instead, get ready for a chemistry seminar featuring Kalamazoo College Assistant Professor of Chemistry Daniela Arias-Rotondo, who is challenging the stereotypical image that comes to mind when we picture a scientist. JAWS, or Just Another (Chemistry) Webinar Series, gives scientists from underrepresented groups a chance to be heard, and undergrads and postdocs a chance to share their
K Professor Wants More Diversity in Victorian Studies (6/1/2021) - A Kalamazoo College English faculty member has helped develop a project that ensures his field will be inclusive and engaging with scholars from underrepresented groups. Associate Professor of English Ryan Fong is one of four scholars from around the country who founded Undisciplining the Victorian Classroom, a digital humanities project that reimagines how to teach Victorian studies
Conductors Fight Social Injustice with ‘Awake, Arise!’ (5/4/2021) - Based on a tune originally written during the plague, “Awake, Arise!” revitalizes a 500-year-old melody with the words of Black authors, activists and artists who breathe new life into the music of Johann Sebastian Bach. The result is a dramatic musical composition calling on audiences to acknowledge injustice and work together to change the world. Bach’s cantata