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Awards & Recognition

Natural Sciences, Math, and Phys. Ed.:
Aug '07 — Congratulations to Jim White, professor of biology, on his 45-year service award.

Humanities and Fine Arts:
Sep '07 — Keuka College's fall 2007 Spotlight Series kicks off with a reading from poet David Mason, Tuesday Sept. 25, at 7 p.m. in the Gannett Room, Lightner Library.

Humanities and Fine Arts:
Oct '07 — The fall theatre production, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, drew large and enthusiastic crowds to the Red Barn Theatre Oct. 18-21. See who helped make this production possible.

Natural Sciences, Math, and Phys. Ed.:
Feb '08 — Professor of Biology Joan Magnusen's first destination on her spring semester sabbatical is Australia, where she is working with Cyndi Shannon Weickert '87/'88, professorial chair of schizophrenia research at the University of New South Wales in Sydney. Find out what life and science is like Down Under.

Humanities and Fine Arts:
Oct '08 — Dr. Michael McKenzie, associate professor of philosophy and religion, discusses his use of films in his REL 103 Introduction to Religion course. He has recently published a chapter titled What Would Spielberg Do? Using Mainstream Films to Teach Visions of the Afterlife in the book Teaching Death and Dying, published by Oxford University Press. Read more here.

Humanities and Fine Arts:
Oct '08 — Paintings by Aurora resident William Roberts will be on display in the Lightner Library Gallery Oct. 17-Nov. 14. Read more here.

Humanities and Fine Arts:
Oct '08 — Proof, winner of the 2001 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award for Best Play, will be staged Oct. 23-26 in the Red Barn Theatre at Keuka College. Learn more.

Humanities and Fine Arts:
Dec '08 — Upper-level students in the ASL-English Interpreting Program gain valuable experience as educational interpreters in college classes. Learn more.

Humanities and Fine Arts:
Feb '09 — Visiting Artist Jasna Bogdanovska displays her photography in an exhibit in Lightner Library. Read more.

Humanities and Fine Arts:
Feb '09 — Developing stronger writing skills will be the focus of a presentation to be given by Carole Lillis, Director of the Academic Success at Keuka (ASK) Program, Pam Jennings, instructor of composition, and Jenn Robinson, Assistant Director of ASK, at the Twentieth Annual Teaching Academic Survival Skills Conference March 8-11, 2009 at Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach, Fla. Read more.