Hope College News

2018 Jan

  1. Retired Professor Charles Huttar Honored for 60-Plus Years of Service to Conference on Christianity and Literature

    In 1956, Dr. Charles Huttar, now an emeritus professor of the Hope College English faculty, became a founding member of the Conference on Christianity and Literature (CCL). This year, following more than six decades of active involvement in the international organization, he has become the first recipient of the group’s new service award.

    Retired Professor Charles Huttar Honored for 60-Plus Years of Service to Conference on Christianity and Literature
  2. Tim Koberna of Athletic Training Faculty Honored as Mentor

    Tim Koberna, assistant professor of kinesiology and head athletic trainer at Hope College, is receiving the 2018 Student Senate Preceptor of the Year award from the Great Lakes Athletic Trainers’ Association (GLATA) for his outstanding work with students.

    Tim Koberna of Athletic Training Faculty Honored as Mentor
  3. De Pree Art Center and Gallery to Feature Work by Katherine Sullivan

    The De Pree Art Center and Gallery at Hope College will host the exhibition “Jamia | Studio,” featuring work by faculty member Katherine Sullivan, from Monday, Jan. 8, through Friday, Feb. 9.

    De Pree Art Center and Gallery to Feature Work by Katherine Sullivan
  4. Emeritus Professor Ion Agheana Dies

    Dr. Ion Agheana, professor emeritus of romance languages, died on Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2017, at his home. He was 80.

    Emeritus Professor Ion Agheana Dies

2017 Dec

  1. Nicole Flinn Receives National Award for Dance Advocacy

    Nicole Flinn, associate professor of dance at Hope College, has received the Executive Director’s Award for Outstanding Advocacy from the National Dance Education Organization (NDEO).

    Nicole Flinn Receives National Award for Dance Advocacy
  2. Book on Vocation and Higher Education Earns Finalist Recognition

    The book “At This Time and in This Place: Vocation and Higher Education,” edited by Dr. David S. Cunningham of the Hope College faculty, earned recognition as a finalist for the 2017 Lilly Fellows Program Book Award sponsored by the Lilly Fellows Program in Humanities and the Arts.

    Book on Vocation and Higher Education Earns Finalist Recognition
  3. Day1: Watershed Program Receives Stakeholder of the Year Award

    The Day1: Watershed program at Hope College has received the 2017 Watershed Stakeholder of the Year Award from the Macatawa Watershed Project of the Macatawa Area Coordinating Council (MACC).

    Day1: Watershed Program Receives Stakeholder of the Year Award
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