I AM KNOX
Professor Emeritus Ivan Davidson, long time professor of theatre at Knox College, died July 8 at his home in Mobile, Alabama. He taught at Knox from 1969 to 2004.
More than 200 grade school students enrolled in 30 courses in the arts, humanities, mathematics and the sciences on the Knox campus in June for Knox College for Kids 2014.
Longtime faculty member says, "My job as an instructor is to help students unveil their innate intellectual and creative talents."
They've just picked up their bachelor's degrees, and now members of the Class of 2014 are launching careers, preparing for graduate school, and engaging in community service.
Kim Ferguson '02, a psychology professor at Sarah Lawrence College, is described as "a game-changing professor" in this selective list from NerdScholar.
The Museums, Monuments, and Memory class gives students the opportunity to plan and construct a display describing Irish, Swedish, and Mexican immigration to Galesburg, Illinois.
More than 300 graduating seniors receive bachelor's degrees and hear from Commencement speaker Natasha Trethewey, the 19th U.S. Poet Laureate.
Margery Rosen Kraus '67, founder of APCO Worldwide, encourages students to be 'nimble' and open to learning new skills as they build careers in the global economy.
Catch wins the National Program Directors' Prize for undergraduate literary magazines from the Association of Writers & Writing Programs.