[VIDEO] Centre faculty discuss plans for fall semester

In the midst of COVID-19, Centre College faculty have been hard at work to determine how to best teach their classes whether their students are in person or online. To help share some of these plans, the College created a series of videos featuring a number of faculty members being interviewed by H.W. Stodghill, Jr.

Centre announces 2020 RICE symposium winners

Centre College recently held a virtual version of the 13th annual Research, Internships and Creative Endeavors (RICE) symposium. New this year, RICE included prizes for the best two presentations or posters from each academic division. Winners were chosen by appointed faculty judges. The Dean's Office and the Undergraduate Research Committee share the divisional presentation winners:

Seniors Evan Aroko and Eric Maloney create short-film ‘Stay Centred: In-Depth’ in the midst of COVID-19

Centre College seniors Evan Aroko (Salem, Massachusetts) and Eric Maloney (Brookfield, Connecticut) created a film titled “Stay Centred: In-Depth,” a short visual piece that allows a few of the students left on campus, as well as faculty members to share their thoughts and feelings regarding the unexpected atmosphere shift on campus due to COVID-19. As

Grace Brock ’20 interns at The White House before attending law school in the fall

While December 2019 Centre College graduate Grace Brock ’20 (Richmond, Kentucky) plans to attend law school at the University of Kentucky in the fall, she first took an opportunity during the spring semester to intern at The White House through The White House Internship Program, a public service leadership program that provides a unique opportunity

By |2020-04-29T13:21:23-04:00April 29th, 2020|Careers, English, Internships, News, Research|

Father Marc Bentley ’11 continues to serve amid social distancing

Marc Bentley ’11 is parochial vicar at St. Michael Catholic Church in Paintsville, Kentucky, as well as the coordinator of spiritual programs at the Father Beiting Appalachian Mission Center (FBAMC) in Louisa, Kentucky. He, like church leaders all over the U.S., has had to find creative new ways to serve the spiritual, physical and emotional

By |2020-04-09T12:57:33-04:00April 9th, 2020|Alumni, English, News, Chemistry, Remote Learning|

[VIDEO] Centre College academic programs welcome new majors

Though students are engaged in remote learning, the campus tradition of faculty celebrating their students when they declare their respective majors continues. Centre College faculty recently created a series of videos featuring professors from a variety of academic programs to welcome their newly declared students. “Programs welcome their majors in different ways—lunches at Cowan, picnics,

Students create their own ‘imagined museums’ during Centre-in-Strasbourg course

Mark Rasmussen, Charles J. Luellen Professor of English, taught a new course as part of the Centre-in-Strasbourg program this past fall, titled “Museums and European Culture.” The final project asked students to design a museum on a topic of their interest and to describe, in detail, an exhibit in the museum. Centre students observe

By |2020-03-03T13:54:25-05:00March 3rd, 2020|Academics, Languages, Economics & Finance, English, History, News, Education, Music|

Angie Evans ’91 named a Woman of Distinction 2020

WATCH VIDEO Centre College board of trustees member Angie McDonald Evans ’91 was honored with a Woman of Distinction 2020 award by The Center for Women and Families (CWF) at the 33rd annual Celebration of Service & Survival on Friday, Feb. 21, 2020, in Louisville. Since 1988, CWF has recognized outstanding women in the community

By |2020-03-02T15:54:08-05:00February 28th, 2020|Alumni, Community Service, English, News|

Centre faculty members share life experiences during ODK event, Feb. 25

Members of Omicron Delta Kappa, Centre College’s leadership honor society, will host the annual Life Stories event on Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 7:30 p.m. in Young Hall 113. The event will feature a line-up of College faculty who will speak about the paths they have taken in their personal lives. Speakers for this year’s program are

By |2020-02-25T08:41:49-05:00February 25th, 2020|Academics, Environmental Ecology, English, News, Politics, Pre-Law|

First-year students encounter ‘Moby-Dick’ during CentreTerm 2020

First-year students experienced Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick in new ways during CentreTerm 2020 in Cowan Professor of English Emeritus Milton Reigelman’s course,“Unlocking the American Identity: Moby-Dick.” “The assumption we’re testing is that this 'whale' of a novel, published in 1851 and almost immediately forgotten, is that, through this masterpiece, we can discover who we are as

By |2020-02-19T14:16:38-05:00February 19th, 2020|CentreTerm, English, News|
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