In an ecosystem of leadership, one seeks justice, mercy, dignity, empathy, and beauty. One listens and shares, partners and serves, and immerses oneself in the community. These were the themes — and the tangible advice — discussed by a slate of people who have dedicated their careers to doing good works at Cultivating Community Leaders: […]
The journey of a hundred artworks begins with a single person. Ellen Percy Kraly, William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of geography and environmental studies, has been awarded an honorary doctorate by Australia’s Curtin University in recognition of her efforts to repatriate an invaluable collection of Noongar aboriginal art to its home Down Under.
Editor’s note: These comments were delivered by Ellen Kraly, William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of geography and environmental studies, to graduates at Australia’s Curtin University on February 18, 2016. Good evening chancellor, vice-chancellor, members of the university council, distinguished guests, and good colleagues. Good evening, and joyous congratulations to the graduates of the School of […]
The hosts of Take Two radio interviewed geography professor Ellen Percy Kraly for an Earth Day episode called “Impact of the population on the planet is more than a numbers game.” The five-minute segment can be heard here.
In the spring, Colgate University announced it was returning a collection of artworks to Curtin University in Australia. Professor Ellen Kraly is back in Australia to witness the opening of the collection of Carrolup Artwork, running from August 2 to October 6 at the John Curtin Gallery at Curtin University.
The number of unauthorized immigrants coming to the United States has slowed in the past decade, according to a new report by the International Migration Review, a publication of the Center for Migration Studies that was edited by Ellen Percy Kraly, Colgate’s William R. Kenan Jr. professor of geography.