Many students take home awards for natural sciences
Question of accountability when departments are only staffed by 1-2 professors
Students to propose a new crew to continuing running operation
Pfeiffer proposes to rethink eviction
Ceremony planned to celebrate building’s life
Microlending has been heralded as an excellent means of assisting the poor who lack access to credit, capital and financial services.
Plans to create new building, purpose yet to be determined
Tsering Wangchuk will join the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of San Francisco
The founder of Warren Wilson’s Environmental Studies program returns to campus to discuss his new book, Restoring Ecological Health to Your Land.
Two seniors participate in UNESCO training program.
We say goodbye to a long time friend.
Genealogy expert appears on NBC show “Who Do You Think You Are?”
Japanese? Russian? Now you can learn.
President Pfeiffer, Open Letter (pfeiffer@wwc) To the Campus Community: I regret to inform you that Margo Flood has decided to resign from her roles as executive director of the Environmental Leadership Center (ELC) and chief sustainability official of the College, effective May 15, 2011. The ELC has contributed greatly to the success of the College, [...]
“Last week we began cleaning the contents of the building,” said Steve Farrell, supervisor of design and construction. This meant transporting the furniture, books and keepsakes inside Carson to a warehouse in Arden, NC, which specializes in mold removal.
A handful of new, special topics courses that cover a variety of disciplines will be offered this spring.
Buzz is spreading around Warren Wilson’s new graduate program that is set to begin this summer. The Masters in Teaching program is focused on experiential learning that places emphasis on both theory and practice simultaneously while incorporating the values that are celebrated at Warren Wilson, such as environmental consciousness and cross-cultural understanding.
Acting division chair of environmental science and chemistry professor John Brock, Ph.D, has received a federal grant from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to study the health impacts of climate change in southern Appalachia.
The Wabash survey results have sparked an intense dialogue among students and faculty at the college. “Let’s lay it out on the table and talk about it,” Jeff Holmes said.
College determines how to proceed after academic building is closed due to mold contamination