Jenny Bem Johnson, assistant professor of accounting at Wofford College, is among 20 college professors from across the state recognized earlier this week by the South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (SCICU) consortium. The 2014 Excellence in Teaching awards are presented annually to one nominee from each of the state’s private colleges.
The beauty of women of color – both historic figures and everyday women – often is overlooked. Two Wofford College juniors have decided to change that, creating a photography exhibition, “Still I Rise: Wofford Women of Color,” featuring college students portraying influential African-American women.
John Lane, Wofford College professor, director of its Goodall Environmental Studies Center and acclaimed author, will be inducted into the South Carolina Academy of Authors on Saturday, April 26, at a ceremony at Furman University.
Between juggling track practice, going to sorority events, working as a residence adviser, and taking a leadership role in campus outreach, Wofford College sophomore Nancy Ford rarely sits still. In addition to all that, she has started a non-profit organization that helps move a Nicaraguan community both physically and spiritually.
Wofford College will install Dr. Nayef H. Samhat as president of the college during inauguration ceremonies at 10 a.m. Friday, April 25, on the lawn of Main Building. Other April events include a musical theater performance and a gallery showcasing student artwork.
Wofford College will install Dr. Nayef H. Samhat as president of the college during inauguration ceremonies at 10 a.m. Friday, April 25, 2014, on the lawn of Main Building.