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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 […]

Pandemic Strikes with Students Far from Home

Pandemic in China_fb When Kalamazoo College students began their international immersion experiences this academic year, the Center for International Programs (CIP) didn’t expect a global pandemic to change anyone’s plans. Regardless, a once-in-a-century historical challenge emerged. “This is my first worldwide phenomenon,” said […]

Honors Day Rewards Student Excellence

Honors Day Convocation_Facebook Family Weekend served as the backdrop for the Honors Day 2019 convocation. More than 250 students were recognized Friday, Nov. 8, for excellence in academics and leadership in six divisions: Fine Arts, Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures, Humanities, Natural […]

Professor, Author to Deliver Weber Lecture

William Weber Lecture Speaker Joe Soss 2 A professor and author known for exploring the interplay of democratic politics, societal inequalities and public policy will visit Kalamazoo College on Tuesday. Cowles Chair for the Study of Public Service Joe Soss will deliver the annual William Weber Lecture […]

Change Ringing Award Honors K Alumnus, Student

Change Ringing Award Recipient Ian McKnight One Kalamazoo College alumnus and one student have ensured K’s reputation as a home for change ringing will continue by earning a national award named after a former K professor. Ian McKnight ’19 and Sam Ratliff ’21 are among ringers […]

Influential Professor Noah Feldman to Deliver K’s Flesche Lecture

Flesche Lecture Speaker Noah Feldman A respected law professor called “one of the stars of his generation” by Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan, and one of the “most influential people of the 21st century” by Esquire magazine will deliver the Donald C. Flesche Visiting Scholar […]

K Student’s Fellowship Targets Cyber Threats

Natalie Thompson's Fellowship Addresses Cyber Threats As global cyber threats target U.S. businesses and the government, organizations such as the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace respond, and so will Natalie Thompson ’19. Thompson, a math and political science double major from West Olive, Michigan, is the […]