Science and Religion

October 5, 2015
Guest lecture to Address Science and Religion in the South

Sewanee students tour Iceland

August 4, 2015
Sewanee students are currently touring Iceland's natural areas and sustainability initiatives.

Island Ecology Underway for 29th Year

June 26, 2015
Sewanee's Island Ecology Program is underway for its 29th year on St. Catherines Island, Georgia.

Island ecology graduates publish paper

January 19, 2015
Three graduates of Sewanee's island ecology program are co-authors on a new paper recently published in the journal Natural Resources.

Fighting the Cheating Machine: Do Honor Codes Still Work?

January 13, 2015
Professor Michael Kerwin is an executive board member of the International Center for Academic Integrity, and he speaks and writes on the subject of honor in academia.

Sewanee professor presents at ACES

December 12, 2014
Biology professor Deborah McGrath presented her work on ecosystem services in Haiti at the recent ACES conference in Washington, D.C.

Environmental Studies professor presents work in Brazil

December 12, 2014
Environmental Studies professor Russell Fielding recently traveled to Brazil to participate in meetings related to his polar research.

"Science and Religion with a Southern Accent: Scripture, Science, and Southern Identity in the Shadow of the Civil War"
Gailor Auditorium