April 23, 2020
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Assistant Professor of Sociology and 2020 Baccalaureate speaker Austin Johnson encourages the Class of 2020 to embrace uncertainty in a video address.
As Kenyon’s new Chalmers Library takes shape, three women name key spaces.
Three members of the Kenyon faculty were awarded appointment without limit by the Board of Trustees during its spring meeting.
Professor of Biology Drew Kerkhoff succeeds Professor of History Jeff Bowman as associate provost.
Television visionary Samie Kim Falvey ’96 will address the Class of 2020 as Kenyon’s first Asian American Commencement speaker.
A revised statement of mission and values for the College expresses Kenyon’s purpose more clearly and succinctly than before.
Jeffrey A. Bowman, professor of history, will succeed Joseph L. Klesner as Kenyon’s provost.
Kenyon faculty who recently stepped into esteemed professorships discuss their commitment to teaching and research.
The former professor, dean and provost is often credited as the architect of coeducation at Kenyon.
Ian Smith, director of facilities at Indiana’s Earlham College, will join Kenyon in a newly configured senior staff position.
At its fall 2019 meeting, Kenyon’s Board of Trustees approved promotion of three faculty members to full professor.
The professor of art history was beloved as a teacher, scholar, mentor and friend.
The Class of 2023 is inducted into the Kenyon community in a ceremony commemorating the College’s founders.
Barbara Hollenbeck Reitsma, the former assistant director of Kenyon’s Math and Science Skills Center, was cherished as a source of support for students.