Jonathan Jones ’19 (Blakely, Georgia) and Le Li ’18 (Shenzhen, China) recently submitted photographs to the Educational & Institutional Insurance Administrators, Inc. (EIIA) photo contest for students and received cash prizes for winning first and second place in the contest, respectively. Their work will be featured in the 2018 EIIA Annual Report. Le Li
In February 2019, Centre College’s drama program will send five students to the regional Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. Selected from the recent production of Twelfth Night, these students will have the chance to compete with their peers across the region in Spartanburg, South Carolina, next spring semester. Together, a representative from the festival
Sharing their voices with the region, Centre College students recently participated in this year’s National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) competition. With the support of voice instructors Cacey Nardolillo and Marie-France Duclos, and Centre’s Alltech Artist-in-Residence Gregory Turay, 11 students presented their talents to a set of judges and received feedback to improve their abilities.
Amaryst Parks ‘18 (Florence, Alabama) and Noah Martin ’18 (Spartanburg, South Carolina) provided the keynote addresses at Centre College’s annual honors convocation on May 1. Remarks from the speakers, who are selected by tallying votes from the senior class, are always a highlight of the annual celebration of student achievements. Parks, a social justice major, has served as the
Noah Martin ’18 (Spartanburg, South Carolina) and Amaryst Parks ‘18 (Florence, Alabama) provided the keynote addresses at Centre College’s annual honors convocation on May 1. Remarks from the speakers, who are selected by tallying votes from the senior class, are always a highlight of the annual celebration of student achievements. Martin, a senior majoring in history, serves as the
Centre College’s Center for Career & Professional Development (CCPD) was recently named one of the nation's top 3 institutions for well-functioning and recommended career centers, along with Harvard and Biola. Vocate, an online job-matching marketplace and professional development platform, recently published results from a survey of 5,000 college students to rate their college's career center.
Noah Martin ’18 (Louisville, Kentucky) and Amaryst Parks ‘18 (Florence, Alabama) will be the keynote speakers at Centre College’s honors convocation on Tuesday, May 1 at 7 p.m. in Newlin Hall in the Norton Center for the Arts. Remarks from the speakers, who are selected by tallying votes from the senior class, are always a highlight of
As part of its continuing commitment to create a more diverse and inclusive campus, Centre President John A. Roush recently announced a number of new initiatives in an April 26 message to the campus community. First, Centre will convert the recently created coordinator of diversity and inclusion programming position from a two-year to a permanent
Azia Meeks ’18 (Louisville, Kentucky) recently attended the Emerging Philosophers Institute at Cincinnati (EPIC), a new two-day program at the University of Cincinnati for students in Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio interested in graduate study in philosophy. The workshop is especially intended for marginalized groups who are not fully represented in the discipline, such as women,
Anthropology majors Zijun Deng ’18 and Mariama Minteh ’19 recently presented at the Anthropologists and Sociologists of Kentucky (ASK) Conference, an annual event that brings together undergraduates and professors from 22 colleges and universities in the Kentucky and Cincinnati area. The conference gives students the opportunity to share their research with professionals, receive feedback and