Rhodes’ Scott Newstock: How to Think Like Shakespeare

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On the heels of Rhodes College’s “1616′” event, commemorating the year that William Shakespeare died, professor Scott L. Newstok (director of the Pearce Shakespeare Endowment at Rhodes) pens a provocative essay for the Chronicle of Higher Education. [image: the 1588 “Grafton Portrait” of a young man, once thought to portray a young William Shakespeare.]

Christopher L. Holoman Will Be Centenary’s New President

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Centenary College of Louisiana has chosen Dr. Christopher L. Holoman, an academic with extensive experience in college classrooms and administration, as its 31st president. Holoman is currently Provost at Hilbert College in Hamburg, New York, and will assume leadership of the 191 year old Shreveport institution in July.   Read more at the Centenary website.

William Dudley Named W & L President

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William Dudley

William “Will” Dudley, provost and professor of philosophy at Williams College, has been named president of Washington and Lee University. According to the W&L website, “Dudley will assume his duties on Jan. 1, 2017, succeeding Kenneth P. Ruscio ’76, who announced in May 2015 his intention to step down from the presidency, and who will remain… Read more »

ACS Faculty are 2015 Professors of The Year

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Three ACS faculty are among the 35 state-level winners of the Professor of the Year Award, sponsored by the the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. They include Michael Flowers (Theatre, Birmingham-Southern), Mary Blythe Daniels (Spanish, Centre) and Jennifer Peszka (Psychohlogy, Hendrix).