Posts Tagged ‘president’


Dr. Nayef H. Samhat named Wofford College president

The Wofford College Board of Trustees elected Dr. Nayef H. Samhat as president of the college at their meeting on Tuesday, May 14, held on campus.

Originally posted: May 14, 2013

Denison University’s Board of Trustees Selects Sociologist Adam Weinberg as University’s 20th President

Denison University’s Board of Trustees announced its selection of Adam Weinberg to be the college’s 20th president. Weinberg is currently president and CEO of World Learning, an international nonprofit organization that provides education, exchange and development programs in more than 60 countries. He will assume his duties at Denison on July 1, 2013.

Originally posted: November 2, 2012

Michael Hemesath named 13th president of Saint John’s University

Michael Hemesath, professor of economics at Carleton College, has been appointed the 13th president of Saint John’s University by the university’s Board of Regents. He will begin his official duties on July 1, 2012. A 1981 SJU graduate, Hemesath is the first lay president in the 155-year history of the institution. “The selection of a […]

Originally posted: April 15, 2012

Barack Obama’s “Stunning Rebuke of Liberals”

by Kevin Howley, Associate Professor of Communication (Media Studies) at DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana With so much going on in media and politics these days, it’s difficult to settle on any single topic to write about. So I haven’t. Instead, here are a few thoughts on what is, and isn’t, making headlines these days. I […]

Originally posted: July 27, 2008

Mary Robinson, Former President of Ireland and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, to Keynote Boswell Symposium at DePauw

February 3, 2004, Greencastle, Ind. – Mary Robinson, the former president of Ireland and former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, will come to the campus of DePauw University March 14 to deliver the keynote address for The Hampton and Esther Boswell Symposium. The symposium, which will take place March 14-15, will examine Global […]

Originally posted: February 3, 2004