Chuck Schulz (physics) and collaborators have recently had a new publication appear in print:
“Iron Nitrosyl ‘Natural’ Porphyrinates: Does the Porphyrin Matter?” Graeme R. A. Wyllie, Nathan J. Silvernail, Allen G. Oliver, Charles E. Schulz, and W. Robert Scheidt, Inorg. Chem. 53, 3763-3768 (2014).
Tim Kasser (psychology) recently gave an invited virtual keynote entitled “Consumer Capitalism, Materialistic Values, and Children’s Well-being” at the 4th Psychology in Service of Family Conference at the University of Gdansk, Poland.
Kasser also gave a talk on “Materialism and well-being: Meta-analytic results” as part of a symposium on “Recent Advances in Materialism Research” at [...]
Monica Berlin (English) and Beth Marzoni ’04 have published two new poems from their ongoing collaboration. “[Inside the levee, call it a state]” and “[& So, like a map, scale matters & the river]” appear in the latest issue of The Chattahoochee Review 34.1 (spring 2014).
Tim Kasser, psychology, recently gave two talks at Viterbo University in La Crosse, WI: “Values and Caring for Others: A View from Psychological Science” as part of the D. B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership speaker series, and “A scientific approach to understanding the meaning of a song: The case of Lucy in the [...]
An interview with Robert Hellenga, George A. Lawrence Emeritus Professor of English, is available online at The Chicago Book Review.
A second interview has been published in in Memoir Journal no. 14, along with a piece called “A Tale of Two Fathers,” about working for his father on the wholesale produce market in [...]
Monica Berlin (English) and Beth Marzoni ’04, have published another poem from their ongoing collaboration. [All the particular places we've known window sometimes & sometimes] appears in the most recent issue of Better: Culture & Lit (October 2013).
Chad Simpson’s story collection, Tell Everyone I Said Hi was recently long-listed for the Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award.
Simpson also recently had three works reprinted: His short story “American Bulldog” is included in New Stories from the Midwest 2012 (Indiana University Press); his essay “Home of the Poor and Unknown” appears [...]
Eighteen months after introducing a new vision for Alumni Hall, Knox College has reached its $11 million goal in the fundraising drive to renovate this historic campus building.
“Thanks to the generosity of Knox alumni and friends, as well as the leadership of Trustee Mark Kleine and his Gateway Task Force, gifts and pledges now [...]
The Illinois Council of Orchestras’ (ICO) 2013 Community Relations of the Year Award was presented to Pearl Strickland, Executive Director, Knox-Galesburg Symphony (KGS) by Dr. Bruce Polay, KGS artistic director/conductor on behalf of ICO Board President Allan Dennis at the KGS April 27 concert at the Orpheum Theatre. Additionally in recognition of Strickland’s ICO Award, [...]