After a cloudy and dreary semester, the skies finally cleared in Sewanee recently and Dr. Durig’s astronomy students took advantage of the change to complete some of the required semester observations of asteroids, comets and Near Earth Objects (NEOs).
Richard Culbertson, a junior Classical Languages major, is spending Easter semester 2014 at the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome. Here he can be seen posing before the Temple of Hera in Paestum, Dante's tomb in Ravenna, and the Temple of Concordia in Sicily. No doubt he is also enjoying gelato in Italy, too!
On March 1, Sewanee's Model U.N. members traveled to Middle Tennessee State University for a simulation on a crisis situation involving Nigeria.
At the recent fall meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Science held at Motlow State Community College in Tullahoma, TN, Taylor Morris’s poster entitled “Exoplanet Science with OSCAAR” won the award for best Physics poster.
Dr. Eugenii Donev honored for outstanding teaching by the Society of Sewanee Scholars