2014 - January

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ALUMNI IN THE NEWS
  • Nathan Salsburg '00 was nominated for a Grammy Award for "Best Album Notes" for his writing work on "Work Hard, Play Hard, Pray Hard: Hard Time, Good Time & End Time Music, 1923-1936."

  • Martha Somers '77, an assistant professor of physical therapy at Duquesne University, has been named the American Physical Therapy Association's 2014 national award winner for Excellence in Neurologic Education.

  • Dick Kimmel '69, an internationally recognized bluegrass artist, has been nominated for the Entertainer of the Year award by the Midwest Bluegrass Awards.

  • Megan North Shuford '00 was featured in the Winston-Salem Chronicle for her Love Jar Project, an effort to encourage kindness and inspiration.

  • Dan and Carolyn Goffman, both members of the Class of 1976, were recently asked to be part of a radio show discussing Aphasia — in reference to Dan's journey with Aphasia after a stroke in 2006.

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CELEBRATING LANDRUM

landrumstory.jpgEarlham College recognized the remarkable life of Landrum Bolling on the occasion of his 100th birthday with two events. Landrum's lasting contributions to internationalizing the College were a legacy of his presidency that is still a distinction of an Earlham education.

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COLLEGE RECOGNIZED FOR LOCAL ENGAGEMENT

boysgirlsclub.jpgEarlham was recently recognized by two different organizations for its outreach and support of the local Richmond and Wayne County community. Through service efforts and economic support, the College has built a mutually beneficial partnership with the community, and the recent recognition by the Wayne County Chamber of Commerce and the local Boys & Girls Club is proof of that.

CHAMBER RECOGNIZES EARLHAM WITH "BUY LOCAL" AWARD

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB RECOGNIZES EARLHAM FOR VOLUNTEERS


EARLHAM CELEBRATES 50 YEARS OF JAPAN STUDY

japanstudy.jpgTo mark the 50 year anniversary of the Japan Study partnership with Waseda University, a delegation from Earlham traveled to Asia to celebrate with alumni in Japan, and to investigate and strengthen opportunities for study in China.

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SENIOR SCORES 1,000TH POINT IN EC VICTORY

sneed.jpgBria Sneed '14 became the 11th player in Earlham history to reach 1,000 points and the women's basketball team had a dozen players score as the Quakers beat the College of Mount St. Joseph 92-64.

Sneed has since moved into ninth on Earlham's all-time scoring list.

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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).

Earlham College
801 National Road West
Richmond, Indiana
47374-4095
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