A new exhibition in the Museum Gallery of University Archives and Special Collections explores the creativity and workmanship of artists working in Mexico beginning in 800 B.C.E. and concluding in the 1990s.
Stephen Miller, Professor of Music at The University of the South in Sewanee, TN, will be one of the keynote speakers for the Moccasin Bend National Park 11th Annual Fall Lecture Series in Chattanooga, TN. This series will be celebrating the 2016 Centennial of the National Park Service.
Chowan University is pleased to announce that author Kevin Wilson, assistant professor of English at Sewanee, is the recipient of the 2017 Mary Frances Hobson Prize for Distinguished Achievement in Arts and Letters.
Co-sponsored by the Collaborative for Southern Appalachian Studies: "The photographs we see, the photographs we make: framing the visual narrative,” a workshop by Chandler Sowden, Mellon post-baccalaureate fellow at the Collaborative for Southern Appalachian Studies.
Becoming aware of and leveraging your strengths can have a powerful impact in your life as you identify, develop, and apply your talents. In 2001, Gallup research developed an assessment, StrengthsFinder, to help individuals discover and use their natural talents. Students across our campus are using StrengthsFinder (also known as StrengthsQuest) to help them discover their natural talents and apply them to their personal lives, academic pursuits, and career development.
Renowned ragtime pianist Bob Milne will be on the Sewanee campus Feb. 12-15. Milne, one of the best ragtime piano players in the world, is an amazing musician who can play multiple complex rhythms simultaneously while carrying on a conversation, lecturing on ragtime music, and cracking jokes. The community is invited to two public events showcasing Milne’s talent.