Swarthmore College announced today a gift totaling $20 million from alumnus, philanthropist, and Board of Managers Chair Giles “Gil” Kemp ’72 and his wife, Barbara Guss Kemp, both long-time supporters of the College. The Kemps’ gift includes...
2/23/2013 12:00 PM EST
Swarthmore College today announced a gift totaling $50 million, the largest gift in its nearly 150-year history, from renowned alumnus and philanthropist Eugene Lang ’38, a generous supporter of the College for more than four decades. This gift,...
12/8/2012 2:15 PM EST
In a new biology class at Swarthmore College this fall, students are able to conduct research using embryonic stem cells (ESCs) from mice. Taught by Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology William Anderson, "Stem Cells and Cloning" is...
10/16/2007 10:35 AM EDT
Ayub Nuri, an Iraqi journalist with extensive experience working for Western media, joined Swarthmore College's student-run War News Radio (WNR), now carried by over 50 stations around the country. As WNR's journalist-in-residence, Nuri helps...
10/1/2007 11:00 AM EDT
The Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College is the new home for a rare collection of papers belonging to a central yet largely unknown figure in the effort to win women the right to vote.
8/6/2007 12:25 PM EDT
This month, Swarthmore College Professor of Biology Amy Cheng Vollmer will assume the presidency of the Waksman Foundation for Microbiology.
6/11/2007 3:40 PM EDT
Swarthmore College's sustainability efforts are featured in a new Web site, The Greening of Swarthmore.
5/24/2007 2:35 PM EDT
Swarthmore College President Alfred H. Bloom will award honorary degrees to Marcia A. Grant '60, educator and founding dean of the first liberal arts college in Saudi Arabia, civil rights leader and Algebra Project founder Robert Parris Moses, and...
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