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Faculty Award: Baltic Writing Residency

Orchid Tierney, Assistant Professor of English, has been awarded a residency to The Bernheim Writers in Residence Program presented by Action, Spectacle in partnership with the Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest. During this residency, she intends to finish her next hybrid collection—a poet’s novel—with a working title, blue doors. An early excerpt from this collectionContinue reading “Faculty Award: Baltic Writing Residency”

New Open Access Journal

The National Academy of Sciences announces the launch of a  new open access journal, PNAS Nexus, in Partnership with Oxford University Press. PNAS Nexus will be highly selective and will publish innovative and multi-, trans-, and interdisciplinary work across the biological, physical, and social sciences, particularly encompassing engineering and health sciences.   “I believe this newContinue reading “New Open Access Journal”

Faculty Publication: Grandmothers on Guard

Jennifer Johnson, R. Todd Ruppert Professor of International Studies  & Professor of Sociology, has published the book Grandmothers on Guard with University of Texas Press, May 2021. Description For about a decade, one of the most influential forces in US anti-immigrant politics was the Minuteman Project. The armed volunteers made headlines patrolling the southern border.Continue reading “Faculty Publication: Grandmothers on Guard”

NSF-BIO Virtual Office Hour

The Biological Sciences Directorate (BIO) at the National Science Foundation is hosting a Virtual Office Hour focused on Primarily Undergraduate Institutions (PUI). They will discuss a variety of topics to help scientists and staff at PUIs be successful with the NSF process. Topics will include submission and review of proposals in BIO and the FacilitatingContinue reading “NSF-BIO Virtual Office Hour”

Kenyon Faculty Awarded Fellowship

Congratulations to Frankie Gourrier, Assistant Professor of American Studies and History, for receiving a Woodrow Wilson Foundation Career Enhancement Fellowship from the Institute for Citizens and Scholars. The Career Enhancement Fellowship seeks to increase the presence of underrepresented junior and other faculty members in the humanities, social sciences, and arts by creating career development opportunitiesContinue reading “Kenyon Faculty Awarded Fellowship”

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