A group of 45 first-year students participated this summer in the 2019 Richter Scholar program conducting collaborative research with faculty from diverse disciplines, including art, biology, mathematics, philosophy, psychology, religion, communication, and finance.
The diverse group of May 2019 graduates came to Lake Forest College from 31 countries, pursued degrees in 33 different majors, and completed dozens of internships.
The U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board announced that Professor and Chair of Chemistry Jason Cody has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award to Morocco in chemistry.
Associate Professor of Mathematics Enrique Treviño was interviewed by a Texas radio station’s “Science Studio” program. In the 26-minute interview, Treviño discussed his work, his fascination with numbers, and his connections to the Southwest. Listen here.
Lake Forest College is one of the nation’s best colleges for students seeking a top education with exceptional career preparation, according to the just-published 2019 edition of The Princeton Review’s annual guide, The Best Value Colleges: 200 Schools with Exceptional ROI for Your Tuition Investment.
Lake Forest College is pleased to announce a new $1.1 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation that will link faculty, students, and Chicago-area institutional partners in efforts to understand the history and current status of race relations in Chicago and to create positive change in the city and the lives of its residents.
The College’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Holiday program on Monday had students, faculty, and staff uplifted with inspiration to “be the change.”
Art and neuroscience students collaborated on an interactive sculpture to bring awareness of glial cells—the most abundant cell type in the central nervous system—to a whole new level during the 2018 Glassman Symposium poster session.
Howard Tullman gave a lecture on the topic of entrepreneurial urgency titled, “If You’re Not in a Hurry, You’re Too Late,” as this year’s esteemed A.B. Dick Lecturer.