No matter what your politics, it’s fair to say that the current political and social climate can present challenges for the classroom.
Sewanee’s Integrated Program in the Environment continues our year-long series examining water conservation with a talk by George Ramseur Jr. from the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources on Tuesday, March 6th at 5pm in Gailor Auditorium.
Professor of Biology David Haskell has won the 2018 John Burroughs Medal for distinguished natural history writing for his book, "The Songs of Trees: Stories from Nature’s Great Connectors."
Refugee Shelter to be Displayed During Borders & Human Rights Symposium
Assistant Professor Jessica Wohl's work was recently featured on the website Hyperallergic. The article highlights quilts exhibited at Quiltcon 2018 in Pasadena, California that communicate socially engaged messages and take the form of "craftivism."
Friday March 2, 2018 at 7:30pm at Guerry Auditorium the Sewanee Symphony Orchestra presents its first concert of the Spring semester.
On February 23rd, 2018, Sewanee and St. Andrew’s Sewanee students of migration, politics, and human rights, faculty, staff, and members of the Catholic Charities of Tennessee from Nashville, BRIDGE from Chattanooga, and Catholic Relief Services participated in the refugee camp simulation “Seeking Refuge, Forced to Flee.”
AWP Panels Featuring Sewanee Faculty, Visitors, and Staff
The Sewanee Chemistry Club’s 12th Annual Community Chemistry Demonstration Show was held at
6:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 8th, 2018.
Prof. Stephanie Batkie presents "cooperative, live grading" in this latest Teach and Tell.