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Working in teams, students built businesses in the fields of art, aviation, food, apparel, and software development.
Knox Helps Draw New Business to City
Three Knox alumni complete overseas teaching assistantships.
Knox's StartUp Term is an academic immersion experience where teams build companies offering a variety of pro...
More than 7,600 alumni, parents, and friends gave $14.9 million to the College to support students, faculty, and the academic program.
For his Honors project, Dakota Stipp '17 created his own software to demonstrate gestural expression in music.
Students are spending the summer undertaking paid research internships, gaining firsthand experience at the graduate level in their fields of interest.
"The purpose of Brain Snort is to learn," says Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Peter Schwartzman.
Collaborative project will develop new approaches to working with immigrant and refugee communities.
The summer enrichment program, for younger students in grades 3-8, features unique classes assisted by Knox students.
Staff, students, and contractors doing the hard work that makes the Knox College campus look great!
Knox College is ranked #16 in the nation in The New York Times 2107 College Access Index.
About 300 graduating seniors received diplomas and listen to remarks from actress, producer, entrepreneur, and philantropist Eva Longoria.
All incoming students will receive $2,000 to support research, study abroad, service, and internships.
Acclaimed Authors Rita Dove, Aleksander Hemon, and Marilynne Robinson to participate in celebration.
Knox College is in the top 25 nationally for great teaching, and highly rated in several other areas, in U.S. News & World Report rankings.
Whitcomb Art Center “bold, contemporary, technologically sophisticated, sustainable.”
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