Hope College News

2018 Sep

  1. Academics

    NSF Grant Supports Research on Treatment of Phantom Limb Pain

    Dr. Katharine Polasek of the Hope College engineering faculty has received a major grant from the National Science Foundation for her continuing research into developing a non-invasive way to help amputees who are experiencing pain in limbs they no longer have.

2018 Aug

  1. These books are brought to you with the help of Uncle Sam.

    Washington Post

    Since 2015, the National Endowment for the Humanities has been funding the Public Scholar program, an annual series of grants designed to promote the publication of scholarly nonfiction books for a general audience. This year’s roster of 22 grant winners includes Dr. Natalie Dykstra, professor of English, who is writing a biography of Boston art collector Isabella Stewart Gardner.

  2. academics

    New Student-Teaching Approach Addresses New Education Realities

    Posted

    By every measure, the Hope College Department of Education is hitting it out of the park when it comes to preparing students to be teachers. Hope’s teacher education program is consistently ranked near the top in the state of Michigan, as well as in the nation, for quality and effectiveness. Additionally, classes of Hope education graduates regularly … Continue reading New Student-Teaching Approach Addresses New Education Realities

  3. academics

    Hope Students Conquer Internships

    Posted

    Isn’t summer the best?  Ice cream, bonfires, picnics, the beach and warm temperatures!  Here at Hope many students are also spending their days participating in summer internships.  Take a peek at what a few students have been up to! Kelly Arnold, Senior, Communication Major (Digital Marketing Focus)   Where have you been interning this summer?  This … Continue reading Hope Students Conquer Internships

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