Jenna Reinbold, associate professor of religion, discusses widespread public confusion about the state of religious freedom in America in a new episode of the Academic Minute, a production of the Albany, N.Y., NPR affiliate WAMC.
Join Colgate Alumnus Nick Kokonas, co-owner of the world-renowned Alinea, Next, Aviary, Aviary NYC, Roister, and the St. Clair Supper Club, as he shares his thoughts about experiential dining, Twitter dustups, and how he is taking on an established tech giant to improve how restaurants handle online reservations in this episode of 13.
Newly published research authored by 10 Colgate students and led by Associate Professor of Biology Engda Hagos, reveals how a specific protein inhibits cancer growth at the cellular level, which could one day lead to new cancer treatments.
On November 8, Colgate University joined in a nationwide celebration of first-generation college students. Anthony Wright ’20, Diana Flores ’20, and Arturo Max Longoria ’21 are among those community members who are the first in their families to attend college.
Paul J. Schupf ’58, trustee emeritus, a philanthropic supporter of the arts, and the founder of the W.S. Schupf Endowed Chair in Far Eastern Studies passed away on December 4, 2019. He was 82 years old.
After graduating in May 2019 with a degree in molecular biology, Shushe spent seven weeks in the Republic of Kosovo presenting her Bigger Smiles Project on oral health to children and teenagers, funded by Davis Projects for Peace.
Join Assistant Professor of English Nimanthi Rajasingham as she explains the history of colonialism in Sri Lanka and the government’s long and brutal war with the Tamil Tigers in this episode of ‘13,’ Colgate’s newest podcast .
Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy Jeff Bary shares his thoughts on an array of interstellar topics in this new episode of ‘13,’ Colgate’s newest podcast that asks 13 questions of one Colgate community member.
On '13', Colgate's new podcast, Assistant Professor of Political Science Danielle Lupton discusses American diplomatic history, widows and military veterans in Congress, and how some board games can help illustrate the complexities of international relations.