Hope College News

2017 Apr

  1. The Heart Of Hope: Eight Faculty to Retire

    It is a truth universally acknowledged that Hope's faculty make a tremendous difference. Talk to any alum, no matter the era, and he or she will share stories of a mentor — and usually many — whose enthusiasm, guidance and personal interest, running in tandem of course with their scholarly expertise, were transformative.

    The Heart Of Hope: Eight Faculty to Retire

2017 Mar

  1. Dr. Nick Perovich: A Philosopher’s Answers to (His) Life’s Questions

    For 37 years, Hope College students found a philosophical classroom both serious and light-hearted when Nick Perovich was at the helm. His wonderful and instantaneous sense of humor, combined with his thoughtful presentation of weighty material, are the hallmarks of this diligent and attentive professor of philosophy whom Dr. Jack Mulder ’00, longtime colleague and a former Perovich student, describes as “the most conscientious person I’ve ever known.”

    Dr. Nick Perovich: A Philosopher’s Answers to (His) Life’s Questions
  2. Sandra Visser Named Dean for the Arts and Humanities

    Dr. Sandra L. Visser, an experienced administrator and longtime member of the faculty at Valparaiso University, has been named dean for the arts and humanities at Hope College.

    Sandra Visser Named Dean for the Arts and Humanities
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