John Swallow elected to the Board of Trustees of Agnes Scott College


Provost John Swallow has been elected to the Board of Trustees of Agnes Scott College for a four-year term beginning July 1. He was elected at a meeting of the trustees May 10. Swallow, C’89, was named provost of the University of the South in April 2012 after serving as acting provost. He has previously served on Sewanee’s Board of Trustees and Board of Regents, and was the Kimbrough Professor of Mathematics and Humanities at Davidson College before returning to Sewanee.

Agnes Scott is a national liberal arts college for women located in the metropolitan Atlanta area. It was founded in 1889.

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Moot Court
Women’s Tennis: Washington & Lee
Josh Slotnick to speak on the student farm movement
David Carroll To Speak on Egyptian Democratization
Polish Table
At the SUT: Saving Mr. Banks
Maundy Thursday Service with Foot Washing
Candidate Talk: “Trauma and Feminist Brief Therapy”
Track and Field: Sewanee Mtn. Laurel Twilight Invitational
Psychology 430
The Way of the Cross
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Softball: Millsaps (DH)
Good Friday Liturgy
Chemistry Department Seminar Series
Baseball: Hendrix
Readings Group in European History
Honors Presentation: Courtney Moseley
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