European Identities/Berlin Istanbul Program Informational Meeting
Monday, April 29, 2013
Common Room, Old Main
In December 2013, Professors Beers, Heidt, and Sencer will lead an interdisciplinary short term study abroad program through Berlin and Istanbul focused on European Identities. Travel will take place during the December break, with preparatory courses in Fall term [...]
Green Oaks Stewardship Program
We are accepting applications from students interested in working in the Green Oaks
Stewardship Program for the summer of 2013. Two stewardship positions are currently
available. Green Oaks Stewards will work at Green Oaks removing invasive species,
doing trail maintenance, brush clearing and other useful work to help [...]
The English Department Announces The 2013 Davenport Fiction Contest: Submission Deadline May 1st
Entries are now being accepted for the annual Davenport Prize in Fiction sponsored by the English Department. This year’s judge will be Lucas Southworth. Prizewinners will be announced at Southworth’s Caxton Club reading on Monday, May 20th at 4 o’clock in the [...]
Interested in field biology research?
Need money to support the research?
Want to work at Green Oaks this summer?
The biology department would like to invite students to apply for the David “Burney” Dunn Student Field Research Scholarship. The Burney Dunn Scholarship will provide a stipend of $2500 to support a student engaged [...]
The Lorraine Smith prize in English is awarded annually to the second year student writing the best essay in an English course. Prize given in books. Entries for the Lorraine Smith prize in English should be submitted as an e-mail attachment to Rob Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Friday, May 3. Judging is by the English faculty. [...]
HOWARD WILSON PRIZE ENTRIES
DEADLINE: Friday, May 3
The Howard A. Wilson Prize is awarded annually to students writing the best essays in literary criticism during an academic year. There are cash prizes for first, second and third place. This year’s finalists will be judged by Audrey Petty, Professor of English at the University [...]
Student journalists are invited to submit their best feature and investigative stories for the 2012-13 Kimble and Tarbell Prizes in Journalism.
The Theodore Hazen Kimble Prize is awarded for the best feature story published in The Knox Student between Spring Term 2012 and Winter Term 2013. Eligible stories can be feature stories on any [...]
The 2013 Porter Prize Problem is out! The Porter Prize is funded by Carroll Porter, ’32, and is awarded annually for the best solution to a complex physical problem. This year’s excruciating physics problem models molecular rotations in an ideal gas. Check out a detailed statement of the problem, posted around SMC or available at [...]
A Degree in Music: What Can You Do With It?
Friday, April 5
Room 209, Ford Center for Fine Arts
David Vroman, from Bradley University, will speak on career opportunities for music majors.
Make sure your voice is heard here in Galesburg.
The Galesburg Consolidated elections will be held Tuesday, April 9.
You can register and vote now.
If you are not registered:
Voter registration and voting will be held through April 6. To register, bring identification (college students may use a government issued ID [...]