May 12–29, 2019, Assistant Professor of Geology Joe Levy and 16 students took a two-and-a-half week geology road trip that framed the Earth’s geological history in a way that would be impossible to replicate in a classroom.
Inside Higher Education writes, “Nationwide, many members of the Class of 2023 are thinking about their college arrivals. Educators hope these new students will find commonality in books assigned to freshmen to read over the summer.”
This morning, when I opened my eyes in my cozy bunk after being woken by Colin at around 0600, I was extra eager... On morning watch you might do up to six scientific samplings, whereas on other watches you might only do one or two.
For most of us, barnacles are barely noticed. For ship owners, they are a nuisance. For Associate Professor of Physics Rebecca Metzler, they are a treasure — organisms unique in their ability to adapt to almost any marine environment.
Peter Balakian joins Kevin Young to read and discuss Theodore Roethke’s poem “In a Dark Time” and his own poem “Eggplant.” Balakian’s latest book is Ozone Journal, which won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry.
Paul Catanese, hybrid media artist from Chicago and this year’s Christian A. Johnson Endeavor Foundation Artist-in-Residence, recently completed a slate of technical workshops, open rehearsals, video shoots, and class visits as part of his residency at Colgate.
Ellen Percy Kraly, William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of geography and environmental studies, has taken up the 2019 Willy Brandt Guest Professorship in International Migration and Ethnic Relations (IMER) at Sweden’s Malmö University.