Assistant Professor of Chemistry Daniela Arias-Rotondo traveled with several students to attend the American Chemical Society chemistry conference.
The public is invited to hear from Dr. Natasha Bagdasarian ’99 via Zoom at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 12, in Kalamazoo College’s 2022 William Weber Lecture.
On World Health Day, Environmental Working Group Midwest Director Anne Schechinger ’10 wants you to think about your food and the climate crisis.
April is National Poetry Month, a busy time for Diane Seuss ’78, a Kalamazoo College alumna and professor emerita who served as writer in residence.
The CCE offers diverse opportunities for students seeking a leadership role in engaging with the local community as a civic engagement scholar.
Anne Dueweke ’84 hopes to supplement histories with racial and colonial history in Reckoning: Kalamazoo College Uncovers Its Racial and Colonial Past.
A tradition is emerging at K with at least one student placing among the top finishers in a Japanese speech contest for the fourth year in a row.
Robert J. Kopecky ’72 has been a longtime supporter of K as a donor to the Center for International Programs and as a member of the Board of Trustees.