A gift from the Edgerton Foundation will support a new lectureship and student research on sustainable energy sources. A $125,000 endowment will fund the Edgerton Lectureship on Energy and the Environment. In addition, the foundation is committing $5,000 a year for an Edgerton Student Fellowship on Energy and the Environment. More...
They've won teaching awards and a mentoring award, and they're national experts in the field of eating-disorder prevention. Now psychology professors Michael Levine and Linda Smolak have published their most recent book, Prevention of Eating Problems and Eating Disorders: Theory, Research, and Practice, based in part on work done at Kenyon with the involvement of their students. More...
Fuel for Thought
A new chemistry course to be offered next semester will allow non-science majors to grapple--scientifically--with many of the energy issues dominating today's headlines. More...
What a Season!
Nail-biters, shockers, and thrillers--the Kenyon football team gave the campus extraordinary doses of drama this fall, producing its most successful season in years. More...
Kenyon Names Tom Anderson Director of Development
Following a national search, Thomas W. Anderson Jr. has been named director of development at Kenyon. He took up his position on Thursday, December 1. More...
Director of Regional Events. For the complete job description and information on how to apply, please go to http://www.kenyon.edu/x30015.xml.
Addressing Holiday Cards?
If you need help finding a classmate's address, visit the Alumni Online Community and find your friends in the directory. While you're there, check out your classmates' photo albums or create your own.
Delta Tau Delta Anniversary
The Chi Chapter of Delta Tau Delta has reached a milestone at Kenyon. The chapter will mark its 125th anniversary on January 28, 2006 with a celebratory reception and dinner in Peirce Hall for alumni and current students. Invitations have been mailed to alumni who participated in Delta Tau Delta. If you did not receive an invitation and would like to join in the festivities, please contact Patty Bower at (740) 427-5147; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every gift matters to Kenyon. If you havenít made your annual fund gift to Kenyon this year, don't miss your opportunity to make a tax-deductible gift in 2005. Please visit http://gift.kenyon.edu today to participate in the Kenyon Fund or Kenyon Parents Fund before December 31.
The Kenyon News Digest is sent out monthly by the Office of Public Affairs to all Kenyon alumni and parents for whom we have a valid e-mail address. To update your e-mail address or remove yourself from the distribution list, please visit http://www.kenyon.edu/x7741.xml. Editor: Linda Michaels