Thanks to the Biehl International Research Fellowships, four Sewanee students spent the summer undertaking transformative research journeys across three continents.
The University’s Fall Convocation will be held at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 6. Three honorary degrees will be presented, awards and honors will be announced, and new members will be inducted into the Order of the Gown.
Noted architect Malcolm Holzman, the Rt. Rev. V. Gene Robinson, C'69, and the country's 19th poet laureate, Natasha Trethewey will be awarded honorary degrees.
Inspired by the hiring of a new head football coach, photographer Gordon Hight set out to document the new-look Tigers’ 2023 season in striking black and white as Coach Andy McCollum and his players seek to recapture some of Sewanee’s legendary gridiron glory.
The Tennessee Arts Commission awards Individual Artist Fellowships annually to recognize and acknowledge outstanding professional Tennessee artists who, through their work, add to the state’s cultural vitality.
The University of the South has welcomed two new professors as tenured members of the faculty. Clarissa Peterson joins the faculty as a professor of politics and African and African American studies. Peterson has also been appointed special assistant to the vice provost for diversity, equity, and inclusion. Emmitt Y. Riley III joins the faculty as an associate professor of politics and African and African American studies; he will also serve as the director of the African and African American Studies Program.
Yejune Chao will teach in the College, support student research, and deliver campus-wide lectures
Sewanee is full of extraordinary people with fascinating stories. Here they share those stories–in their own words.