Philosophy professor James Cargile is among the most popular at the University, revered for his devotion to teaching students in and outside the classroom and for his building of collegiality among his peers.
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May 01, 2015
Batten graduate student Zach Blackburn sees a better future through empowering youth around the world and creating policy that strengthens communities.
May 01, 2015
Medical student Cullen Timmons is alive to graduate this spring because of his own diagnostic skills. While listening to his heart in class, Timmons caught a heart murmur that could have turned deadly without surgery.
April 23, 2015
In an annual rite, students invited history professor Grace Hale and Dean Allan Stam of the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy to lecture as if it was their last opportunity to do so.
April 21, 2015
Beginning in May, University staff aged 55 or older with at least 20 years of service will be eligible for a new Early Retirement Incentive Program. The program offers a nine-month severance payment and $9,000 health care subsidy.
April 20, 2015
The alumna and technology innovator founded the coding-for-social-good organization CodeMontage and has helped more than 35,000 women improve their computer programming skills with her group, Girl Develop It.
April 16, 2015
On Sunday, engineering students Trisha Hajela and Grace Wusk will present “Ladies in the Lab: An Interactive Showcase of Women in STEM.” The event is designed to help foster an early interest in STEM topics for middle and high school girls.