Lincoln Historian to give Talk, March 8

Lecture: “Divided We Fall: Lincoln, the Todd Family and the Civil War”
Friday, March 8
4:00 PM
Alumni Room, Old Main

Historian Stephen Berry will give a talk, “Divided We Fall: Lincoln, the Todd Family and the Civil War.” Berry is Associate Professor and Gregory Chair in the Civil War Era at the University of Georgia and author of the book House of Abraham: Lincoln & The Todds, a Family Divided by War.

This lecture is sponsored by the Lincoln Studies Center at Knox, and is free and open to the public.

Knox-Rush Medical Programs Application Information

Knox-Rush Medical Programs

First year students who wish to apply for the Knox-Rush Early Identification Program should plan to meet the deadline noted below. Each program grants a select number of student’s conditional admission to Rush Medical College.

Rush: To be eligible, students must complete two two-term sequences in science and mathematics their first year. The sequences that can be counted are MATH 151 (or 140 and 141) and MATH 152, and any two sequential 100-level BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY or PHYSICS courses and receive grades of 3.0 (on a scale of 4.0 = A) or higher in each course. Additionally, applicants should receive grades of 3.0 or higher in each course and carry three credits per term. Program deadline: March 30, 2013.

Dean Haslem and Professor Thorn are the program advisors.

Knox-Rush Medical Program
First year students who wish to apply for the Knox-Rush Early Identification Program, must complete two two-term sequences in science and mathematics their first year. The sequences that can be counted are MATH 151 (or 140 and 141) and MATH 152, and any two sequential 100-level BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY or PHYSICS courses and receive grades of 3.0 (on a scale of 4.0 = A) or higher in each course. Additionally, applicants should receive grades of 3.0 or higher in each course and carry three credits per term. Program deadline: March 30, 2013.

The application form and all supporting documents must be sent to Lori Haslem, Associate Dean of the College, office 105 Old Main.