Visit the French Department's blog to see the submissions of Dr. Ramsey's French Conversation Students. Her students introduce themselves, contribute celebrity gossip, take us on a tour of a French or Francophone city, and speak about their environmental concerns.
What does a history major do with a liberal arts degree? Here's the story of a Sewanee grad who has had successful careers in government and the world of finance. Now he's launched a smartphone app to help college students achieve academic success.
Psyc 230 students will hear from Chip Manning, Director of the University's Babson Center for Global Commerce, and local business owners and entrepreneurs Keri Moser (Ivy Wild), Ward Cammack (Sweet Cece's and Shenanigans), Bruno Durant (Silver Bait Worm Farm), and Grant Miller (Village at Sewanee Creek; formerly of Dunkin Donuts and Baskin Robbins) about business development and job creation on the Cumberland Plateau on Thursday, February 26.
Paige Schneider, Visiting Assistant Professor of Politics, will speak with students in Psyc 230 and Art 263 on Monday, Feb. 23rd and Wednesday, Feb. 25th on "Empowering Citizens through Transformative Politics."
The Windham Campbell Prizes announced today its third round of prizewinners, chosen to honor and support writers anywhere in the world writing in English. John Jeremiah Sullivan, C’97, was among today’s Windham Campbell Prizewinners in nonfiction.