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.
Susan Willis Tolle B.A. ’73—a Phi Beta Kappa member and former Distinguished Alumna Award winner—has been awarded $50,000 and the MacLean Center Prize in Clinical Ethics for her pioneering work in end-of-life care. The award is the largest in the nation for clinical medical ethics.
Denison University's Lauren Sabo-Crawford ’11 and Dan Crawford ’11 had 4,000 miles of memorable moments as they biked across the country this summer.
The work of Pomona's Jennifer Doudna ’85, professor of chemistry and of molecular and cell biology at UC Berkeley, is featured as the first of 10 “World Changing Ideas” in the cover story for the December issue of Scientific American.
The Smithsonian American Art Museum has awarded the 2014 James Dicke Contemporary Artist Prize to Swarthmore College's Njideka Akunyili Crosby '04 for her “bold yet intimate” paintings.
The Gettysburg College alum maintains the vision of the multinational pharmaceutical giant.
Linda Kinstler ’13, a managing editor at The New Republic, has received a prestigious Marshall Scholarship to study at the graduate level in the United Kingdom. She plans to pursue two masters degrees, one in in European literature and culture at the University of Cambridge and another in Russian and post-Soviet politics at University College London.