But it’s teaching that fuels their passion. That’s why they chose Cornell, where they can teach one course—and one small group of intellectually ambitious students—at a time.
Here, teaching is more than a 45-minute lecture every other day. It is about give and take in the classroom, about personalized learning, team-based projects, individualized exploration, and close mentoring. It is collaborative learning at its best.
You’ll see your professors applauding your musical performances, cheering in the stands when you score your first soccer goal, and attending your senior art show. You’ll assist them in writing up the results of publishable research and accompany them to conferences to present jointly designed science posters.
Cornell College won three awards in the District VI Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) competition. Read More About Cornell collects 3 CASE District VI awards
Cornell College Composer in Residence and Lecturer in Music Aaron Perrine has won the 2017 CBDNA Young Band Composition Contest. Read More About Perrine wins national composition award
Professor of History Catherine Stewart is one of only three Iowa scholars to receive a highly-competitive grant from The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Read More About Stewart receives NEH grant for second book
Cornell College's Kirilka Stavreva was elected to the executive committee of the Modern Language Association of America (MLA) Forum on Women’s and Gender Studies. Read More About Stavreva elected to MLA Forum on Women’s and Gender Studies
Professor Hans Hassell explore what's behind a primary election in his new book “The Party’s Primary,” published by Cambridge University Press. Read More About Hassell publishes book exploring primary elections
“Scodella da Impagliata” is a ceramic art exhibition of new work by Professor of Art Susannah Biondo-Gemmell. Read More About Student presentation leads to faculty art exhibit
Richard and Norma Small Distinguished Professor of English and Director of the Center for Literary Arts Katy Stavreva has published a major collection of articles on Bulgarian Shakespeares. Read More About Professor Stavreva advances work in Global Shakespeare
What started as a poem has transformed into a stage play, “Conjure: A Cycle in Three Parts,” which will come to life on stage for the first time in August. Read More About Cornell College writer, director create new stage play
Cornell College Professor Rebecca Entel’s book is earning strong reviews as people take in the story found within the pages of her first novel. Read More About Professor Entel’s first book gains praises
The American Psychological Association’s (APA) Society for the Psychology of Women has chosen Ringer Distinguished Professor Melinda Green as this year’s recipient of the Psychotherapy With Women Award. Read More About Professor Green receives award for eating disorder research
Choice magazine has recognized Professor of History Catherine Stewart’s book “Long Past Slavery: Representing Race in the Federal Writers’ Project” as an “Outstanding Academic Title” of 2016. Read More About Professor Stewart’s book recognized by Choice magazine
Cornell College welcomes Keith Hackett as director of athletics. Read More About Hackett brings wealth of experience to Cornell’s athletic director position
Cornell College Professor of Economics Todd Knoop examines the world of travel and what makes us all the same, yet different, in his newly published book: “The Traveling Economist.” Read More About Professor Knoop’s new book explores the traveling economist
A Cornell College professor just wrapped up a three-year project to research the story behind one Iowa public school’s struggle to deal with diversity and cultural differences following the initiation of a controversial federal program. Read More About Professor Heinrich researches cultural clashes in the classroom
Associate Professor of French Devan Baty received an unexpected honor at Cornell College’s 2017 Commencement ceremony when she was announced as the recipient of this year’s Exemplary Teacher Award. Read More About Professor Baty honored with Exemplary Teacher Award
Studies are often conducted on how media messages impact individuals’ opinions, but very few have demonstrated how these messages shift political opinions and political identities of a larger group of people, until now. Read More About Cornell professor finds link between immigration coverage, partisan identity
Jen Rouse, the Interim Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning at Cole Library on the Cornell College campus, recently finished a book of poetry called “Acid and Tender." Read More About ‘Acid and Tender’: Rouse writes book of poetry