Talking with students at the inaugural "Celebration of High-Impact Practices" reminds the president of his own undergraduate research experience.
The overarching priorities of the Kenyon 2020 vision frame our regular work on campus and guide our movement into the future.
Kenyon joins more than 640 colleges and universities in the effort to create a sustainable future by embracing an American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment.
The story of Flint should be a constant reminder of the need to keep the concepts of citizenship and ethics front and center in education.
The messages in David Bowie’s music resonate with an essential part of a liberal arts education, writes President Sean Decatur.
President Sean Decatur gives the keynote speech at the Ohio Civil Rights Hall of Fame ceremony.
The College Scorecard has both potential and limitations in how it evaluates the impact of an education.
A Kenyon alumna is ready for the challenge of connecting people of all beliefs in her new role as College chaplain and leader of an Episcopal parish.
We are — to borrow a phrase from Cleveland — “all in” for Kenyon’s success.
President Sean Decatur gives advice to the Class of 2015.
A campus installation reinforces the need for the Kenyon community to embrace the challenge of building bridges to overcome walls.
The discussion of the disruptive force of technology on education was ubiquitous at last week's SXSWedu.
How the closing of Sweet Briar College and the life of Carl Djerassi ’43 bring Kenyon's 2020 plan into clearer focus.