Student’s Research Leads Faculty Member to Fulbright Program Nod (5/16/2022) - A student’s research has encouraged Associate Professor of Biology Santiago Salinas to extend Hancock’s inquiries overseas through the Fulbright program.
K Honors 10 Faculty Members as Endowed Chairs (11/10/2021) - K has appointed 10 faculty members as endowed chairs. These positions are funded through the annual earnings from an endowed gift to the College.
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