Join in the discussion on all things sustainability during the May 6 "Campus as a Living Lab" symposium feature talks on collaborative efforts, high-impact and best practices.
The meeting of the President's Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanics — held on campus — included discussions on a variety of topics, including the landmark civil rights case that led to ending racial segregation in U.S. Schools.
During the mathematician's Outstanding Professor Lecture, Scott Annin discussed those special times when learning and discovery happen in the classroom or standing on a mountaintop.
Since September, the Pollak Library has been undergoing the first phase of renovation to create spaces geared toward enhancing student's learning experiences. The effort is a key element to transforming how a library is used.
Army ROTC cadets now have an obstacle course of their own to challenge them physically and mentally on their path to future military careers. A grand opening was held April 22.