Hope College News

2017 Sep

  1. Hope College Co-Hosting 143rd Annual State History Conference

    Hope College is co-hosting the 143rd Annual State History Conference organized by the Historical Society of Michigan, running Friday-Sunday, Sept. 22-24, at the Haworth Inn and Conference Center.

    Hope College Co-Hosting 143rd Annual State History Conference
  2. Presentation on Sept. 21 to Feature Ecology of Ecuador

    Roberto Cedeño, who has been an expert naturalist guide in Ecuador for 27 years, will be featured in “Ecuador: Through the Eyes of a Professional Eco-Guide” at Hope College on Thursday, Sept. 21, at 7 p.m. in Winants Auditorium of Graves Hall.

    Presentation on Sept. 21 to Feature Ecology of Ecuador
  3. Student Statistics Projects Win National Recognition

    Statistics research projects conducted by two teams of Hope College students have earned first place and honorable mention in a national competition.

    Student Statistics Projects Win National Recognition
  4. Hope Student Chosen to Attend International Forum on Democracy

    Hope College junior Irene Gerrish of Los Alamos, New Mexico, has been chosen to attend the New York Times Athens Democracy Forum, an international event whose participants will include former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan, multiple current and former senior government officials from around the world, NGO (non-governmental organization) and business executives, and leading journalists with the New York Times.

    Hope Student Chosen to Attend International Forum on Democracy
  5. Music Convocation Celebrates Three “Living Legends” of the Department

    The Department of Music celebrated three “living legends” — retired faculty Joan Conway, Roger Rietberg and Dr. Robert Ritsema, who had each spent 30 years or more teaching at Hope — during the department’s annual opening convocation on Thursday, Aug. 31.

    Music Convocation Celebrates Three “Living Legends” of the Department

2017 Aug

  1. Living Sustainably: Gardening a different way helps students learn

    Holland Sentinel

    Ninth-grade students from Hope College’s TRIO Upward Bound program did some hands-on learning this summer as they took care of a garden that was growing in an unusual place.

    Living Sustainably: Gardening a different way helps students learn
  2. Religion Professor Co-Authors “From Cairo to Christ”

    Dr. Kent Van Til of the Hope College religion faculty is co-author of “From Cairo to Christ: How One Muslim’s Faith Journey Shows the Way for Others,” published this summer by IVP Books, an imprint of InterVarsity Press of Downers Grove, Illinois.

    Religion Professor Co-Authors “From Cairo to Christ”
  3. Hope Computer Science student team create app to help people find each other on Hope’s campus

    Posted by Ryan McFall

    Student Grace DuMez presented the Pallist application to a group of students, faculty, and local industry professionals on August 2, 2017. DuMez and her partner Michael Kiley (studying abroad in Mexico for Fall 2017) developed Pallist as part of the Summer 2017 Hope Software Institute under the supervision of Dr. Michael Jipping. Pallist is an application that helps people find friends located in the same building on Hope College's campus.

    Hope Computer Science student team create app to help people find each other on Hope’s campus
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