This week, Colgate classes resume online. While it might seem like a new world, this story from the College Board archives shows that the University’s professors were among the pioneers of distance education.
As national and international communities work to contain the global spread of COVID-19, Colgate’s team of staff and faculty members across campus continues preparations to provide for a safe environment for living and learning, with the priority always being the health and well-being of our community.
Tsega Etefa, associate professor of history and Africana and Latin American studies, delves into the history of the Darfur conflict to explain Sudan’s recent decision to turn its former president over to the International Criminal Court.
Colgate faithful in New York City gathered at the Paley Center for Media last month to hear from five innovative alumni leaders about their work and their thoughts related to the University’s development of a new Middle Campus Plan for Arts, Creativity, and Innovation outlined in The Third-Century Plan.