Associate Professor of Mathematics Stephen Bean inspired non-mathematics majors with his course Great Mathematical Ideas (Math 110).
Professor of Music Martin Hearne was known for challenging students in Cornell College’s instrumental ensembles to perform works well above their abilities.
Cornell College’s computer science major was established months before Tony deLaubenfels arrived in 1983. For the next 37 years he helped build the program.
Robert P. Dana Director of the Center for the Literary Arts Becca Klaver has published her third book of poems, “Ready for the World,” in February of this year.
By shifting her class from Cornell College’s historic campus to the virtual realm, Professor Michelle Herder found a better way to teach Renaissance history.
An interest in the classic video game Asteroids for Windows 98 spawned a passion for computer science at a young age for Nicholas Adamou ՚20. Read his story.
Cornell College Assistant Professor of Theatre Caroline Price was ready to teach her final course of the year Block 8. Then the world changed, and so did her course.
Exactly 164 years, to the day, that the cornerstone was laid for Cornell’s College Hall (July 4, 1856), crews will place the final stone on a large update to the building.
Jennifer Nielsen Elwood ’98 is part of the Emergency Preparedness Team for the State Public Health Laboratory for Iowa.
Barbara Christie-Pope was faced with doing something she’d never done before—teach a biology class online—when she realized she had an opportunity.
Linden Miles ՚17 left the Hilltop with her B.A. in psychology and a Russian minor. She returned a year later to work at the Cornell College Eating Disorder Institute (CCEDI) under Professor of Psychology Melinda Green.