Your Hendrix Odyssey: Engaging in Active Learning pioneered hands-on learning. For Nate Drahn '16, using music to help those who suffer from dementia sounds pretty sweet. Read More
Odyssey experiences transform students, enhancing Hendrix's reputation as a college that changes lives. For Dr. Sandy Halliburton, the path to scientific discovery began with undergraduate research at Hendrix. Read More
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Odyssey is among the reasons Hendrix has been named the nation's most innovative and promising liberal arts college by U.S. News and World Report. Read More
Odyssey's focus on learning by doing increases the value of a Hendrix degree and is among the reasons Princeton Review lists us as a "Best Value" in higher education. Read More
Odyssey's hands-on approach to education appeals to Hendrix students, who are doers, not watchers — active participants in our diverse and welcoming learning community. Read More
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Admitted students are invited to campus to get to know Hendrix and meet potential future classmates! Join us for our remaining Scholar Recognition Day on March 15 as well as our Embrace the Orange event on April 13 and 14! We hope to see you soon!
Over winter break, Hendrix College installed a new MakerBot Replicator 2 and scanner in the Oathout Technology Center (OTC) inside the Student Life and Technology Center in an effort to inspire new creativity and collaboration.
Last week, the Office of Career Services hosted Intern Insight, a new program to help students learn about internships from fellow classmates who have previously completed internships.
Hendrix students share science research with state legislators
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Gerstein and Er-Gene Kahng perform April
19, 3 p.m., in Reves
Nzabarushimana ’13 is first author on accepted
paper on radiation effects
Jennifer Koller ’14
witnesses 2014 Winter Olympics