Welcome to Harpur College's winter newsletter. You'll learn about some of the faculty and students who are shaping our intellectual community today. You will also see a few examples of ways in which our campus serves as a space for encounters that change lives. Harpur College provides an environment where students take coursework and benefit from experiential learning, consider technology in connection with the liberal arts, and benefit from alumni expertise. I hope you will enjoy this update and come back to visit us soon.
Anne E. McCall, Dean of Harpur College of Arts and Sciences
Economist/educator Ronald Ehrenberg '66, SD '08, graduate student Trisha Cowen (English and pictured here) and undergraduate student Samara Matityahu (psychology) addressed the Class of 2014 at the Fall Commencement ceremony. | Read more
Faculty networking events, such as the one held Nov. 14 in the President's Reception Room, enable junior and senior faculty members to connect. It is just one part of Harpur College's "Culture of Accomplishment." The initiative helps faculty members adapt and achieve thru networking, mentorship and grant writing. | Read more