Celebration of the sciences to jumpstart Homecoming Weekend 2015, Press | Earlham College
COVID-19 news, plans and updates | READ MORE
Skip to Content
January 11, 2021The institutions finalized six articulation agreements in some of their most popular degree programs, eliminating barriers for Indiana’s community college students seeking a world-class education from a four-year institution. Earlham is among the first national liberal arts colleges to develop a strong partnership with a public community college.
Continue
January 06, 2021The virtual event begins at 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 17, with a keynote titled "We are not makers of history. We are made of history." A question-and-answer session will follow at 7:45 p.m.
Continue
January 06, 2021Kim Tanner, an Earlham graduate from the Class of 1990, has served as Earlham’s interim vice president of institutional advancement since summer 2019 and has nearly three decades of experience in higher education, all at Earlham.
Continue
December 18, 2020Kristen Lainsbury, an experienced higher education creative leader and former journalist, has been named vice president for marketing and communications at Earlham College.
Continue
December 17, 2020Recent Earlham College graduates Kate Korobkina and Emma Hoffmann are co-authors in a pioneering study led by Harvard Medical School scientists that reversed age-related vision loss and eye damage from glaucoma in mice.
Continue
November 23, 2020At a time when students and their families have concerns about traveling far from home to study, Earlham College has announced additional financial support to students in the region.
Continue
November 19, 2020Since the age of 16, Peck has become a skilled observer in animal movement and behavior by earning certification in wildlife tracking and sign notification by CyberTracker North America. The credential, which is shared by just about 1,000 people in the United States and Canada, is sought after by experts in the areas of ecology and conservation seeking to better understand the natural world.
Continue
November 13, 2020Earlham College Associate Professor of Physics Michael Lerner has been awarded an extension from the National Institute of Health to continue breast cancer research through the fall term that began last year with collaborators from Johns Hopkins University.
Continue
November 09, 2020When Mirian George was 12, a friend told her that becoming an actuary was a way to predict the future. Now thriving at Earlham, George’s academic prowess helped her earn two scholarships from the International Association for Black Actuaries, awards that support her education and cover registration fees for the demanding exams needed to become certified in the profession.
Continue
October 30, 2020Geology students at Earlham College are using state-of-the-art Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) tools on loan from a national non-profit research and educational consortium to produce high-resolution topography maps.
Continue
Print Friendly and PDF