Agnes Scott College Announces Development of New Physician Assistant Program
DECATUR, Ga.—Agnes Scott College is developing a physician assistant program and announces the appointment of LeAnne Martinelli, DHSc, RPh, PA-C, as program director and professor of physician assistant studies. Dr. Martinelli is president-elect of the Georgia Association of Physician Assistants (GAPA). Previously, she served as a clinical associate professor and…
Three Agnes Scott Seniors Earn Fulbright Scholarships
Three Agnes Scott College students have been selected as Fulbright Finalists. Sukainah Abid-Kons ’23, MJ Jones ’23 and Karen Seaver ’23 have each been offered a grant and await the finalization of their terms of award as determined by the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. What connects the different majors of…
Faculty Friday Spotlight: February 2023
Two Agnes Scott professors receive an arts grant, Larry Riddle cross-stitches to Boston and the newest faculty publications announced.
Faculty Friday Spotlight: December 2022
Erin Bradley selected to a research program, Jennifer Larimore shares news student research and more in the December Faculty Friday Spotlight.
Faculty Friday Spotlight: October 2022
Activism and Healing through Poetry Agnes Scott College’s mission of “thinking deeply, living honorably, and engaging with the social and intellectual challenges of our times” is exemplified by the work done by our faculty daily. The goals of academia are not stagnant antiquity but rather an active and responsive living…
Under the Stars: Chris De Pree’s New Book Provides a Guide for “Astronomical Mindfulness”
A clear evening sky sits outstretched beyond the view of Bradley Observatory on the campus of Agnes Scott College. The tiny glow of a thousand stars serves as the audience for a moment of meditation and contemplation. Breathe in. Breathe out. The stress of a busy day is figuratively melting…
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…