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2024 Jul

  1. Academics

    2024 Spring Graduation Honors Announced

    Below is a list of recent 鶹ý graduates who have been awarded graduation honors for outstanding academic accomplishment during their four years of study.

  2. Academics

    Neuroscientist Leah Chase Receives NSF Mid-Career Research Award

    Dr. Leah Chase, professor of biology and chemistry at 鶹ý, has received a Mid-Career Advancement award from the National Science Foundation in support of her ongoing research on the fundamental biochemical mechanisms that cells, particularly the brain’s cells, use to combat oxidative insult and injury.

  3. Campus Life

    U.S. News

    Brian Porter, professor of management, recommends pushing yourself to invest more in 2024.

2024 Jun

  1. Campus Life

    The Detroit News

    [Paywalled article] President Matt Scogin writes in The Detroit News that student-based funding helps every student in Michigan feel empowered to attend the college or university where they will be the most successful.

  2. Academics

    Acclaimed Biography Examines Life of Revered Museum Founder

    As she visited Boston’s famed Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Dr. Natalie Dykstra of the 鶹ý English faculty couldn’t help but wonder about the founder for whom it’s named. Who was the person who did something that for a woman in 1903 was almost unthinkable: design, build, fill and endow a museum for the public to enjoy in perpetuity?

  3. Academics

    OnStage Blog

    Aspiring actors and theatre majors should not pass up the chance to work on a devised work states Michelle Bombe, professor and director of theatre,

  4. Academics

    Time

    Tracking screen time is like counting calories: It is partially accurate but misleading states Kendra Thomas, associate professor of psychology.

  5. Academics

    Economist Stephen Smith Appointed to Endowed Chair

    The name of the endowed position held by economist Dr. Stephen Smith of the 鶹ý faculty has changed by just one word, but the difference reflects a major new way for Hope to honor and support professors who have leadership responsibilities along with their roles as teachers and scholars.

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