Maggie Bliss, C’16, has received a Fulbright Research Grant for study in Germany in 2016-17. Her research will focus on the field of animal personality.
Lauren Lyons, a history and philosophy double-major, has been awarded a prestigious year-long Watson Fellowship for 2016-17.
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.
Students and faculty gathered for a reception to welcome returning study abroad students and commence the spring semester.
Thirteen Sewanee seniors were initiated into Phi Beta Kappa on Thursday, Feb. 25, joining the 11 members of the class of 2016 who were initiated in the fall.
Dr. Hsiao-Wen Lo will offer a workshop entitled "Creating an Inclusive Classroom Environment: Barriers and Strategies" from 12-3 p.m. on Friday, February 26 in the Center for Teaching.
Friday, Pradip presents "Wordpress: Sandy houses on a rock. How I use a solid blogging platform for dynamic syllabi, content and student engagement.”
The English Department would like to welcome William Henry (Hank) Lewis, who is joining us for the Easter semester as a Brown Foundation Fellow. He
At its meeting on campus this week, the Board of Regents approved a resolution naming the new residence hall being built on Alabama Avenue “Ayres Hall” in recognition of the many contributions Bob and Pat Ayres have made to the University and the Sewanee community.
Vice-Chancellor John McCardell announced today that E. Douglass (Doug) Williams, C'81, was elected this week by the Board of Regents as treasurer of the University.