Hope College News

2019 Oct

  1. Academics

    Kick-Off for NEA Big Read Lakeshore and Little Read Lakeshore Is Oct. 28

    The community-wide NEA Big Read Lakeshore and Little Read Lakeshore organized by Hope College will open with a TED-talk-styled celebration on Monday, Oct. 28, at 7 p.m. in the college’s Maas Center auditorium and continue through Tuesday, Dec. 3, with more than 60 events across the area for people of all ages.

  2. Academics

    Lecture to Consider “Honorable Business”

    Dr. James Otteson of the Wake Forest University economics faculty will present “Honorable Business” on Monday, Oct. 21, at 7 p.m. at Hope College in Winants Auditorium of Graves Hall.

  3. Academics

    Award-Winning Science Correspondent Ira Flatow to Speak on Oct. 15

    Award-winning science correspondent Ira Flatow, who is host and executive producer of public radio’s “Science Friday,” will explore the wide-ranging origins of new ideas in science through the address “Catalysts of Creativity” on Tuesday, Oct. 15, at 7 p.m. at Hope College in the Knickerbocker Theatre in downtown Holland.

2019 Sep

  1. Academics

    Kirk Brumels to Be Honored by WMU Alumni Society

    Dr. Kirk Brumels of the Hope College faculty has been named this year’s recipient of the Keystone Meritorious Achievement Award presented by the Alumni Society of Western Michigan University’s College of Education and Human Development.

  2. Academics

    Hispanic Heritage Month Event Anticipates NEA Big Read Lakeshore

    Dr. Médar Serrata of the Grand Valley State University faculty will share reflections on the dictatorship of Rafael Trujillo in the Dominican Republic and the historical novel “In the Time of the Butterflies” on Wednesday, Oct. 9, at 5 p.m. at Hope College in the Schaap Auditorium of the Jim and Martie Bultman Student Center.

  3. academics

    “What can I learn?”: An Interview with Heather Sellers

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    This Tuesday, 10/1, the Hope campus will experience a double homecoming. Today we catch up with memoirist, essayist, mentor, award-winner, and former Hope professor Heather Sellers. Come see her, along with former Hope student Mira Bartók, at the upcoming Jack Ridl Visiting Writers Series event, plus two additional events! (Details below.) Professor Sellers, you’re well-remembered […]

  4. Academics

    How College Changes the Parent-Child Relationship

    The Atlantic

    Parents’ involvement should be focused on shepherding their kids to find the right help for a given problem rather than solving it for them, says Dr. Kristen Gray, director of Counseling and Psychological Services.

  5. academics

    Alumni Highlights: Mark Panaggio ’09

    Posted

    Mark Panaggio ’09  graduated from Hope with a double major in engineering (electrical emphasis) and mathematics. Upon graduation, he entered a Ph.D. program in Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics at Northwestern University. After completing his Ph.D., he spent two years teaching math to engineers as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. He […]

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    Graduate Insight: A History Degree at Work

    Posted

    Hello to all the current History students, faculty and staff, and alumni. It has been well over a year since I stepped foot into Lubbers to attend a class and a lot has changed since then. I took a well-needed year off from school to figure out what I exactly was going to do with my […]

  7. Academics

    Little Read Lakeshore Activities to Begin Sept. 21

    The fall 2019 Little Read Lakeshore, organized by Hope College with community partners across west Michigan, won’t be all that little, featuring two months’ worth of activities — about 20 in total — throughout the area for young children focused around the award-winning picture-book “The Rooster Who Would Not Be Quiet!”

  8. Academics

    One Way to Make College Meaningful

    New York Times

    Hope is featured in a New York Times article by writing about a Communications student joins the Engineers Without Borders trip resulting in a collaboration that helped students find their vocation.

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