By the Numbers
Graduates of the 130 liberal arts colleges that make up the Annapolis Group are substantially more likely to live on campus for most of their college years than graduates of other types of institutions, according to a 2011 study.
When the Pew Charitable Trusts wanted voters to be better informed about elections, they turned to Engage - and Erik Rapprich ’05, Connecticut College alumnus and chief operating officer and managing partner of the Washington, D.C.-based creative communications firm, is in charge of making it all happen.
Nine years ago, Wabash College's Billy Whited ‘06 put the finishing touches on a fine arts degree. Six years ago, he was doing the same on a master’s in sculpture. Today, he’s in the technology sector, specializing in user interface design. How did that happen? The liberal arts.
Pomona College's Noah Simon ’08 has been named to the 2015 Forbes’ list “30 Under 30: Young Scientists Who Are Changing the World.”
The Barnes Foundation announced Wednesday that it had chosen Thomas Collins, Swarthmore College alumnus and a longtime museum leader and curator, to become its new executive director and president after a search of almost a year.
A translation and adaptation of “Fando y Lis” by Emily Schuman ’13, staged in Philadelphia, has been deemed “brilliant” and “unnerving.”
Sarah Lacy ’98 and Katie Jacobs Stanton ’91 have been named among “2014’s 50 Most Incredible Women in STEM” by Forensic Outreach. The organization runs forensic science workshops for students and adults in more than 100 schools and institutions around the world.