What’s Next for the Class of 2019?

On the day of their graduation from Centre, the Class of 2019 participated in the What’s Next? campaign, an eagerly anticipated feature of Commencement day. The new alumni shared their post-graduation plans, as they now join the 97 percent of Centre alumni who either attend graduate school or are employed within a year of graduation. While their post-Centre pursuits vary,

Latin American studies students present at conference in Texas

A group of five Centre College Latin American studies students recently presented at the Institute of Latin American Studies Student Association (ILASSA) conference at the University of Texas at Austin. This is the third year students have presented at ILASSA. The graduate school conference is the oldest in the U.S. and is also organized and

Students share CentreTerm projects during exhibition

Approximately 152 Centre College students recently displayed and presented work they completed during CentreTerm with nearly 115 exhibits, giving insight into the unique topics students have the opportunity to explore during the three-week January term. “The CentreTerm Exhibition is an event on the last day of the term when students can showcase the projects they

LINC courses on space and time encourage creativity at Centre

This spring semester, two Centre College professors will teach courses as part of the Learn, Inquire and Network at Centre (LINC), an initiative within the College’s quality enhancement plan, Creative Centre. This second set of LINC courses will focus on space and time as Associate Professor of Philosophy Eva Cadavid, chair of the philosophy program,

By |2018-05-30T18:21:59+00:00November 16th, 2017|Academics, News, Philosophy, Physics|

Chris Robinson ’12 invited to present at prestigious conference

Chris Robinson ‘12 presented independent research on vehicle routing at the July 2017 SAI Computing Conference in London, England. The event’s website describes it as “a premier venue for researchers and industry practitioners to share new ideas, research results and development experiences in various fields.” Although Robinson is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in electrical engineering

By |2019-04-02T18:30:32+00:00September 15th, 2017|Engineering, Mathematics, News, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, Religion, Studio Art|

Faculty fellows Cadavid and Muzyka lead conversations about creativity and diversity at Centre

In 2015, Centre College established the faculty fellows program, one element of Creative Centre, a long-term initiative meant to enhance and link creative and critical thinking in the classroom as part of the College’s quality enhancement plan (QEP). Those faculty fellows lead campus discussions about creativity and its relationship to pedagogy at Centre and disseminate

By |2019-03-21T16:14:17+00:00January 5th, 2017|Chemistry, Latin American Studies, News, Philosophy|

PODCAST: 2016 post-election Centre Point podcast series

Catch up on all nine episodes of the 2016 post-election Centre Point podcast series Subscribe to Centre Point on iTunes and SoundCloud. As 2016 draws to a close, a great way to catch up on the important political issues and discussions of the year is through Centre Point, Centre College's political podcast. Listeners of the

PODCAST: Professors Badie and Weston discuss the future of democracy

Professors Badie and Weston discuss the future of democracy on final Centre Point post-election series episode Subscribe to Centre Point on iTunes and SoundCloud. The 2016 presidential election cycle came to a close in November, but important discussions about political issues continue on the new post-election series of Centre Point, a podcast series in which

By |2018-07-03T19:05:13+00:00December 21st, 2016|History, News, Philosophy, Podcast, Politics|

Centre College hosts Society for Women in Philosophy conference

The Midwest division of the Society for Women in Philosophy (SWiP) held its annual conference at Centre College Oct. 7-9 for the first time in the organization's 40-year history. SWiP was formed to help overcome sexist practices within the profession and to promote and support feminist philosophical scholarship. Since its inception in the 1970s, divisions have formed throughout the

By |2018-07-27T15:33:55+00:00October 13th, 2016|Academics, News, Philosophy|

Mikayla Paolini ’16 studies factors leading to child maltreatment as a John C. Young Scholar

Before she even graduated this past May, Mikayla Paolini ’16 was doing important research with real-world applications as a John C. Young (JCY) Scholar. For her JCY project, Paolini—a philosophy major—analyzed the relationship between child maltreatment and single parenthood. “My project aims to unpack the statistic overrepresentation of single mothers as perpetrators of child maltreatment

By |2018-08-09T14:45:42+00:00June 7th, 2016|Academics, John C. Young Program, News, Philosophy, Research|
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