Department of Chemistry Presents 2016 Awards
From November 19 until November 22, 2016, seven Sewanee students attended the American Model United Nations (AMUN) Conference in Chicago. They were Ben Barton, Kipling Klimas, Luke Peglau, Daniela Cubillo, Trever McNeal, Joe Randazzo, and Liz Arza.
David Haskell, professor of Biology and Environmental Studies at the University of the South, has received a Dapeng Nature Writing Award.
"Universal Fluctuations of Evolving Interfaces" presented by Dr. Alice Kolakowska, The University of the South.
"Weighing Mountains: Determining the Mass of the Sewanee Plateau" presented by Will Burton-Edwards, C'18.
Two Sewanee Biology students present their research at this prestigious academic event held at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, TN
Sara Balte participated in a summer internship at the Nengo Primary School and Protectorate Centre in Kibondo, Tanzania
Folk Music Collective performs on WUTC's "Afternoon Music"
On November 1, 2016, Dr. Amy Patterson, Professor of Politics at The University of the South, presented her research at the Royal Society of Medicine in London. The Society, which was established by Royal Charter in 1905, is composed of over a dozen medical specialty colleges. Patterson was invited to speak to the annual conference of the Royal College of Pathologists, during the College’s meeting on the theme “Pathology Is Global.”
Stephanie Loria, C’11, an ecology and biodiversity major at Sewanee, is one of five Ph.D. recipients of the prestigious Richard Gilder Graduate School at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York City.