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During the 2017-2018 academic year, Converse College student-athletes and athletics staff have been busy giving back to the community. With the support of a volunteer time management program called Helper Helper, the Valkyries reported more than 3,700 hours of service this year, and were recognized as the sixth highest-reporting Division II athletic program in the…
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(from left to right) SCICU Board of Trustees Chairman Russell Cook, Dr. Madelyn Young, and Converse Provost Dr. Jeffrey H. Barker

Dr. Madelyn Young was honored among the state's top professors from South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (SCICU) member institutions as recipient of the 2018 Excellence In Teaching Award. This is the 13th year that SCICU has recognized top faculty members for their vast achievements at their respective colleges and universities. The twenty Excellence In Teaching award recipients represent…
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Natacha Karambizi speaks in Twichell Auditorium during Founder's Day 2018

In celebrating the founding of Converse College this year, the community gathered to hear a 2015 graduate share her deeply personal journey of discovering resilience as the daughter of Rwandan genocide and a young woman finding her life’s path in today’s world. The Student Government Association also unveiled their theme for the coming year, “We…
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Natacha Karambizi

Natacha Karambizi ’15 was selected as a Global Health Fellow. The Global Health Corps is the U.S. Agency for International Development Global Health bureau’s premier Fellowship program. They recruit qualified applicants with diverse skill sets to work with high-impact organizations in year-long paid positions. Natacha was our 2018 Founder’s Day speaker. She shared her personal…
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Nesbitt Toxic Waters

Rosetta Nesbitt ’15 exhibited work at this year's Artisphere in Greenville, SC. Her mixed media print, Paper Doll, was on view at the Founder's Room as part of the event's juried exhibition. Rosetta's ‘Toxic Water’ monoprint is included in the Monotype Guild of New England's Fifth National Juried Exhibition at The Art Complex Museum in…
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University of Boulder campus

Philosophy and German Studies double major, Hope Seo '19 (Nisbet Honors), was accepted to a Philosophy summer seminar at the University of Colorado - Boulder. Hope will join other undergraduates from around the country for this immersive, three-week graduate-level seminar on the topic of philosophical paradoxes and puzzles. Learn More! Philosophy German Studies
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