Straight From The Heart Archive

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ALUMNI IN THE NEWS
  • Avis Stewart `74 has been awarded Indiana's highest honor for exemplary public service, the Sagamore of the Wabash Award.

  • Sean McGuire `12 and Will Vincent `10 have been listed as contributors to research which may reduce blindness caused by damaged or diseased corneal tissue. Sean and Will are just two of many Earlhamites who've gained valuable experience at the Schepens Eye Research Institute/Massachusetts Eye and Ear Research Institute — a list that includes Emily Whiston `05, Kushboo Goel `07, Caroline Hackett `07, Emma Abernathy `08, Michelle Crane `09, Nick Pondelis `13 and Ruth Lewis `14.

  • Kip Alishio `76 has been honored by Miami University with its 2014 Distinguished Service Award, the highest non-academic award the institution can bestow.

  • Kirsten Hines `97 is the co-author of a new book, "Attracting Birds to South Florida Gardens."

  • Walter Duncan `98 was featured on CBS in Boston for his Quick Key Mobile app, a time-saving grading solution for educators.

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PROFESSOR'S BOOK GARNERING ATTENTION

birkelarticle.jpgProfessor of Religion Michael Birkel’s conversations with 25 leading Muslims is the subject of a new popular book.

Qur’an in Conversation has garnered a lot of attention with interviews with CBS and other international newscasters. Publishers Weekly called it, “groundbreaking.”

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A QUAKER CONNECTION ON CAPITOL HILL

quakerCapitolHill.jpgEarlham College's decades-long relationship with the Friends Committee on National Legislation has made it possible for Earlhamites to benefit from internships and weekend lobbying experiences on Capitol Hill.

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EARLHAM'S LATEST RECOGNITIONS AND RANKINGS

SFTHrecognitionOctNov14.jpgEarlham ranked in top 10 for commitment to teaching by U.S. News and World Report.

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Best College Values has ranked Earlham 6th in the nation among the “50 Most Beautiful Colleges in the Fall.”

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Earlham was honored by the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce with a Community Improvement Award.

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The Joseph Moore Museum’s collections were rewarded with a grant which will make them digitally available to scientists worldwide.

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QUAKER ATHLETICS END-OF-SEASON ROUNDUP

    MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY >>

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    MEN'S SOCCER >>

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    WOMEN'S TENNIS >>

    VOLLEYBALL >>

Earlham College inducted five new members into the Athletics Hall of Fame during Homecoming and Reunion Weekend 2014.

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UPCOMING ALUMNI EVENTS 

 

 

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Earlham College, an independent, residential college, aspires to provide the highest-quality undergraduate education in the liberal arts, including the sciences, shaped by the distinctive perspectives of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

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