Founders’ Day Convocation, beginning at noon Friday, Oct. 17, will open Sewanee’s Family Weekend. Sir Fazle Hasan Abed, the founder and chairperson of the world’s largest development organization, will deliver the Founders’ Day address and receive an honorary Doctor of Civil Law during the ceremony.
A new academic advising system, the innovation of a group of faculty members hoping to personalize the process of registering for classes, was implemented this year for the incoming freshman class and transfer students.
A drive down Georgia Avenue will take you past Stirling’s, the University Cemetery, and as of this summer, two new townhouse developments that have been added to the landscape.
Tracy Rucker (C'94) has won the AATF's (American Association of Teachers of French) Dorothy S. Ludwig Excellence in Teaching Award for Secondary Education.
Morton “Pete” Palmer, a retired CIA officer and expert on crime in Mexico, will visit Sewanee September 30. While on campus, Palmer will give a public talk in Gailor Auditorium.