Around the world in 120 days and no sharks in sight Dan Abel just returned from a four-month trip around the world, and even though he crossed three major oceans – Pacific, Indian and Atlantic – he...
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- Grants Office relocates to Singleton The Office of Grants and Sponsored Research has relocated to the second floor of the Singleton Building in Suite 201. Cookie Elston is in 201D,...
- Three new chairs in SCOE appointed The Spadoni College of Education has three new department chairs as a result of restructuring programs and faculty within the college. The new...
MA in writing gets SACS approval
The Department of English recently received the final approval of its new Master of Arts in Writing degree program.
Faculty and staff in the...
Judicial Affairs becomes Student Conduct office
As of mid-July, Judicial Affairs and Off Campus Student Services becomes Student Conduct and Off Campus Student Services.
The 2010-2011 Code of...
Ken and Donna Capps embrace the Humanities family Although their own children are grown, Ken and Donna Capps still have plenty of nurture to go around.
A student steps out of a classroom of the Thomas W. and Robin W. Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts building, hacking and coughing. Ken slips into his “office,” as he calls it, the custodian closet on the second floor. He grabs a handful of Halls cough drops and rushes back to aid the sick student.
A coed’s car won’t start. It’s getting dark, and she looks panicked. Donna calmly...