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  1. Record Eighth Award from Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation Funds Student Research

    Hope College is one of only 12 colleges and universities nationwide to receive a 2018 Beckman Scholars Program award from the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation in recognition of excellence in faculty-student collaborative research in bio-medically related sciences. The 12 were selected by the foundation from among 58 institutions who responded to a highly selective invitation to apply.

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  2. Jeffrey B. Johnson of Hope Chemistry Faculty Elected AAAS Fellow

    Dr. Jeffrey B. Johnson of the Hope College chemistry faculty has been elected a Fellow of the prestigious American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

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  3. Hope Wins National Award for Excellence of Undergraduate Research Program

    Hope College has earned national recognition for the high quality of its undergraduate research program with a 2017 Campus-Wide Award for Undergraduate Research Accomplishments (AURA) from the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR).

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  4. Presentations to Focus on Microbes and Human Health

    The often-misunderstood microbial world and how it plays a central role in human health will be the focus of presentations by the authors of the books “I Contain Multitudes” and “Dirt Is Good” on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 12 and 13, at Hope College.

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  5. Pun-Named Award Reflects Serious Appreciation of Biologist Greg Fraley

    The Midwest Poultry Consortium’s “Pullet-zer Prize” is named in fun, but it’s sincere in recognizing outstanding teaching. This year’s recipients included Dr. Greg Fraley, professor of biology at Hope College.

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  6. Hope Names Faculty to Endowed Positions

    Hope College has appointed five current members of the faculty to long-standing endowed professorships at the college.

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  7. Emeritus Chemistry Professor Irwin Brink Dies

    Dr. Irwin J. Brink, a professor emeritus of chemistry who had taught at Hope College for nearly 40 years, died on Friday, June 23, at age 86.

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  8. Popular Science Camps for K-12 Students Mark 20th Anniversary

    The 20th anniversary season of the popular summer science camp program at Hope College will feature more than 50 week-long camps for approximately 900 K-12 students between mid-June and the end of July.

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  9. Hope to Honor Two Alumni with Distinguished Alumni Awards

    The Hope College Alumni Association will honor two alumni during the annual Alumni Banquet on Saturday, April 29.

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  10. Michigan Space Grant Consortium Supports Several Projects

    Several Hope College projects have received grants from the Michigan Space Grant Consortium (MSGC).

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  11. The Heart Of Hope: Eight Faculty to Retire

    It is a truth universally acknowledged that Hope's faculty make a tremendous difference. Talk to any alum, no matter the era, and he or she will share stories of a mentor — and usually many — whose enthusiasm, guidance and personal interest, running in tandem of course with their scholarly expertise, were transformative.

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  12. Lectures to Focus on Spectroscopy Applications and Research

    Dr. Richard P. Van Duyne of Northwestern University will present two lectures at Hope College focused on applications of spectroscopy on Thursday and Friday, April 6-7, in Winants Auditorium of Graves Hall through the James and Jeanette Neckers Lectureship in Chemistry.

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