Professor Harini Chandramouli Named Nielsen Center Fellow
St. Petersburg, FL — Harini Chandramouli, assistant professor of Mathematics, was named to the inaugural cohort of Nielsen Center Fellows at The Nielsen Center for the Liberal Arts at Eckerd College on Thursday, January 6. The Center was created at the Florida institution in 2021 to provide workshops and other…
AGNES SCOTT COLLEGE AND MOREHOUSE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE PARTNER FOR EARLY COMMITMENT AND PRE-MEDICAL LINKAGE PROGRAMS
The program will allow qualified Agnes Scott undergraduate, graduate and post-bacc students to lock in admission to MSM’s M.D. program January 12, 2022 (Decatur, Georgia) – This week, Agnes Scott College and Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) announced a new partnership to create an Early Commitment Program (ECP) and Linkage…
New-Look Website Brings Home Multiple Design Awards
Agnes Scott College and the Office of Communications and Marketing are celebrating the reception of several awards for the college’s new webspace. Agnes Scott earned honors of distinction from the Davey Awards, the w3 Awards and The Education Digital Marketing Awards, all announced in late 2021.
Agnes Scott Announces Plans for Spring Semester
Decatur, GA – Agnes Scott College plans to begin its spring semester as scheduled. The semester will begin with two weeks of virtual learning, January 10-21. In-person classes are currently scheduled to begin on Monday, January 24. A campus task force will continue to monitor the spread of COVID-19 and…
(WATCH) Edna Lowe Swift Day Bench Dedication Recap
Agnes Scott College celebrated its first Black graduate Edna Lowe Swift '71 on November 17, 2021 with a bench dedication ceremony in front of Buttrick Halll.
The Dr. Is In: Kaela Singleton’14 Named to Forbes 30 Under 30
Kaela Singleton ’14 was recently recognized as a 2022 Forbes 30 Under 30 recipient in the sciences. Singleton, a postdoctoral research associate at Emory University School of Medicine, is currently involved in research about Menkes disease, a progressive form of childhood neurodegeneration. Singleton, who also serves as an adjunct professor…
WGLC Blog: Reflections from the Green Zone of COP26
Leah Trotman '21 followed up her appearance at the 2021 Women's Global Leadership Conference with a stay during week 1 of COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland. The Scottie scholar reflected on things learned during the week for the conference blog.
AJC: Agnes Scott Celebrates 50th Anniversary of First Black Graduate
Agnes Scott College celebrated Edna Lowe Swift '71, the college's first Black graduate on Thursday, November 17, 2021.
Voting Rates Trend Upward at Agnes Scott
Agnes Scott College rocked the vote. The institution was recognized for its stellar student participation rate in 2020 by several organizations this fall. Agnes Scott reported a rise of voting rates to 83.6% of students, a dramatic increase of 15% compared to the 2016 election cycle. That mark was good…
Reflecting on Main Hall’s Black History
by: Laurel Wilson ’07 The renovation of Main Hall is intended to serve as a model of innovative and ethical stewardship in the preservation of historic buildings for Agnes Scott, Decatur, Atlanta and beyond. This is not possible without uncovering and reflecting on the stories of Black members of the…