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Artist Karen Hampton: Weaving the Threads of History

July 29, 2021 by Jessica Bocinski | News

We are excited to announce that textile artist, educator, and mentor, Karen Hampton who investigates United States history and explores the continued legacy of slavery in America and the African Diaspora will be a special guest speaker, “Prayers for Flint” for Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on Environmental Justice on October 29, 2021 (mark

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Career Corner: Wilkinson Graduates are Career Ready

July 29, 2021 by Erin Berthon | News

Congratulations to the graduating class of 2020 and 2021, and welcome to the Wilkinson Alumni community, where connections and networking are more important than ever. I love when alumni reach out to me to share their success stories and take the time to talk with me about their experience as a Wilkinson College student. Grace

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From Our Eyes:  Preparing for the “Real World” in English Class 

July 22, 2021 by Amy Asmussen | English

During the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 semesters, I was a digital content creation intern for Sharing Hope Africa, a non-profit developing sustainable agriculture programs in Mozambique and Eswatini. One of my favorite classes in Wilkinson so far, Professor Candice Yacono’s ENG 375: Composing New Media course, gave me the skills that made my internship

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Faculty Book News

July 20, 2021 by Talisa Flores | News

Recently, the Emerald series Research in Social Movements, Conflicts, and Change (RSMCC) of which Dr. Lisa Leitz (Peace Studies and Sociology) is the editor in chief, released a new book titled Four Dead in Ohio: The Global Legacy of Youth Activism. Although the coronavirus pandemic canceled most of the 50th anniversary events commemorating the National

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Engaging the World 21-22: Leading the Conversation on Environmental Justice

July 6, 2021 by Samantha De La O | News

Wilkinson College is committed to leading the conversation on campus and in our community on issues of humanity, unity, and justice, by undertaking semester-long examinations of key societal issues. These interdisciplinary, campus-wide conversations promote social tolerance and awareness, respect, peace, and kindness, through thoughtful dialogue and mindful reflection. Fall of 2020 saw the launch of

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Career Corner: How Important is an Internship?

June 24, 2021 by Erin Berthon | News

How important is it for college students to complete an internship before graduation? College students who perform well in internships have long had an advantage with hiring managers once they graduate. Remote work during the pandemic made it more challenging for recruiters to connect with college students over the past year, so I have seen

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Made by History: War & Society Partnership with The Washington Post

June 23, 2021 by David Krausman | News

Professional historians and historically-informed writers and researchers bring powerful perspectives to today’s burning issues and national dialogs, but how can faculty experts effectively share their insights with the general public? The War & Society Program’s  participation in a new section of The Washington Post titled Made by History offers one exciting new avenue for readers

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Paul Mpagi Sepuya

June 16, 2021 by Jessica Bocinski | Uncategorized

Wilkinson College continues to highlight art work acquired by the Escalette Collection of Art this year as part of the Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on the Significance of Race Initiative. This month we introduce Paul Mpagi Sepuya, an American photographer whose works deconstruct viewers’ expectations of the nude and self-portrait in art, and meditate on the

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Faculty COVID-19 Impact Fund

June 14, 2021 by Allison DeVries | Art

Congratulations to the seven Faculty COVID-19 Impact Fund award recipients from Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences! The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted many faculty members’ ability to sustain their creative and scholarly activity. The Faculty COVID-19 Impact Fund aims to stimulate scholarly and creative activity among those faculty members who have experienced substantial

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