Professor Mallory McDuff, Ph.D., went on a one-year journey to revise her final wishes with climate and community in mind. In her new book, Our Last Best Act, she shares stories about the options she explored—from green burial to human composting—including discoveries on Warren Wilson College’s campus. Check out her webinar and recent press coverage.
Groups of Warren Wilson College students used their Spring Break to make a difference in the community. Their volunteer work included building houses for Habitat for Humanity, prepping the gardens at Christmount, and doing field archaeology work at the Carson House in Marion.
Warren Wilson College’s journey to create an ethical and responsible endowment portfolio continues to get national recognition, most recently with a mention in Forbes. The endowment fund has gained a national reputation as a leader in climate change, diversity, equity and inclusion and ESG investing. The article specifically commends Warren Wilson College for its efforts […]
Dr. Alisa Hove, professor of botany and chair of the biology department at Warren Wilson College, will compete in the first-ever JEOPARDY! Professors Tournament. Hove will be one of 15 instructors from colleges and universities across the country who will face the ultimate test in higher education when they step away from their classrooms and […]
In 1933 the Farm Crew, under the leadership of the Farm Manager at that time, Bernhard Laursen, began what may be the longest-running tradition in the history of this community: they installed a harvest display with bounty from the farm in the small de facto chapel in Sunderland. The display went up every Thanksgiving during […]