Hope College News

2019 Dec

  1. Academics

    Students and Faculty Present Research During Annual Watershed Meeting

    Multiple student and faculty researchers from Hope whose work has focused on the area’s environmental health presented reports during the 2019 annual meeting of the Macatawa Area Coordinating Council’s Macatawa Watershed Project, held on Thursday, Dec. 5, at Holland City Hall.

  2. Academics

    Student Wins Travel and Research-Poster Awards

    Hope College sophomore Paulina Kozan of Harwood Heights, Illinois, received recognition both before and during this year’s Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS), held in Anaheim, California, on Wednesday-Saturday, Nov. 13-16.

2019 Nov

  1. Academics

    Embodied: Deconstructing Forgiveness

    WUNC 91.5

    In this North Carolina Public Radio program, host Anita Rao examines forgiveness — how to do it, and how the act may impact your health — with Hope College psychology professor Dr. Charlotte vanOyen-Witvliet, behavioral economist Dr. Dan Ariely and minister Reverend Irene Monroe.

  2. Academics

    Fred Johnson III to Receive DAR Medal of Honor

    The Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), Holland, Michigan, is proud to announce that Dr. Fred L. Johnson III, associate professor of history at Hope College, will be presented with the DAR Medal of Honor. Dr. Johnson was nominated by the Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton Chapter for this honor, which is the most prestigious award that the DAR presents.

  3. Academics

    Sneering At The Yokels In The Age Of Trump

    The American Conservative

    Dr. Jeff Polet, professor of political science, challenges writers and pundits who “who have contempt for places that don’t keep up with the times.” When coming to our parts of the country, he writes, reporters should consider “walking in our work shoes rather than mocking us.”

  4. Academics

    Big Read Author Julia Alvarez to Deliver Keynote Address on Nov. 12

    Award-winning author Julia Alvarez, whose books are the focus of this year’s NEA Big Read Lakeshore, will deliver the event’s keynote address on Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 7 p.m. at Hope College in the Concert Hall of the Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts.

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