As an artist and curator of Elmhurst’s acclaimed art collection, Suellen Rocca helped write an extraordinary chapter in the story of American art.
Assistant Professor Katherine Moore and student researcher Elizabeth Wiemers talk about investigating our ability to pay attention amid distractions.
With help from an Elmhurst research grant, sophomore Samantha Musick explores the role played by one of her ancestors in the Battle of Gettysburg.
Carol Geary Schneider, president of the Association of American Colleges and Universities, writes about liberal learning and the Elmhurst model.
In Richard Greenleaf’s Police and Society class, students learn from their professor’s life in blue.
Students and faculty members talk about research and academic opportunities for science students at the College.
Philosophy professor Katrina Sifferd explores how deeper understanding of the brain can help settle questions of criminal guilt or innocence.