Hope College News

2018 Apr

  1. 2018 Celebration Photos

    The annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Performance showcased original research by students on topics ranging from the use of drones to track the movement of sand dunes, to the relationship between educational attainment and opioid overdose rates, to the Civil War and racism, to a study of sound-synthesis methods.

    2018 Celebration Photos
  2. Hope Names Two Students as 2018-19 Beckman Scholars

    Hope College has named sophomores Alicia Bostwick and Skylar Sundquist as 2018-19 Beckman Scholars through the college’s newest — and record eighth — Beckman Scholars Program award from the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation.

    Hope Names Two Students as 2018-19 Beckman Scholars
  3. Hope Shares New Approach to Student Teaching at National and State Conferences

    Two spring-semester professional conferences have been providing an opportunity for Hope College’s Department of Education to share a new approach to student teaching that it has been developing to better prepare its graduates for careers as outstanding educators.

    Hope Shares New Approach to Student Teaching at National and State Conferences
  4. Students to Present Creative and Research Projects on April 13

    Original research by students on topics ranging from the use of drones to track the movement of sand dunes, to the relationship between educational attainment and opioid overdose rates, to the Civil War and racism, to a study of sound-synthesis methods will be highlighted during the annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Performance at Hope College on Friday, April 13, from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Richard and Helen DeVos Fieldhouse.

    Students to Present Creative and Research Projects on April 13

2018 Mar

  1. Talk on March 28 to Feature the History of Basketball’s March Madness

    In the midst of the season itself, Dr. Chad Carlson of the Hope College kinesiology faculty, who is the author of a history of March Madness, will explore the origins and impact of national championships in basketball.

    Talk on March 28 to Feature the History of Basketball’s March Madness
  2. Play Developed at Hope Wins Top National Award for Original Work

    The Department of Theatre at Hope College has received top national honors through this year’s Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) for the play “The Line Between,” which was created at the college by a team of Hope theatre students and guest-artist alumni.

    Play Developed at Hope Wins Top National Award for Original Work
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