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Rockefeller String Quartet of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra to Perform at Hendrix

Rockefeller String Quartet of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra concert Monday, Dec. 5, 7:30 p.m., Reves Recital Hall

Hendrix Named Bicycle Friendly University by League of American Bicyclists

Hendrix first private college in Arkansas to receive bike-friendly campus honor

Senior Publishes New Arkansas Policy Program Report

Peter Butler ’17 examines Families in Need of Services program in new APP study

Hendrix Wins Four Awards at 2016 American Model UN

Student teams earn honors at AMUN conference in Chicago

Hendrix Grad Gets Fulbright English Teaching Award

Justin Murdock ’16 to teach English in Uruguay

Odyssey Funding Tops $3.5 Million in October Funding Cycle

25 Odyssey projects receive $90,591.71 in latest round of project grants

Hendrix Student Congress Wins Best Delegation

Students win individual, team honors at 48th Arkansas Student Congress 

Fall Chamber Players, Composers Forum, & Jazz Ensemble Concert

Chamber, jazz, and original compositions on tap for November 20, 7:30 p.m., Reves Recital Hall

Hendrix Board Approves New Statement on Diversity

New statement and board committee follow Strategic Plan’s goal to increase campus diversity

Alumnus Launches Subscription Pet Toy Business to Support Animal Shelters

Jordan Barrett ’16 develops Boxxyy for pet gifts, gives back to local animal shelters

Hendrix Chapel Choir Celebrates Sixty-five Years of Greene Chapel

Student-led choir to lead Choral Evensong service November 17, 7:30 p.m., Greene Chapel

Ring Laser Research Shows Potential for Early Detection of Natural Disaster

Dr. Robert Dunn and students publish new paper in Journal of Applied Physics

Hendrix College Chamber Orchestra 2016 Thanksgiving Concert

Chamber orchestra performs November 21, 7:30 p.m., Reves Recital Hall

Wind Ensemble Fall Concert

Hendrix College Wind Ensemble fall concert, Nov. 14, 7:30 p.m., Staples Auditorium

Arkansas Policy Program Publishes New Report on Rural Ozark Food Security

Marshall Scholar Sean Alexander ’16 proposes food security solutions for Ozarks

Hendrix Senior Named Rhodes Scholarship Finalist

Sydney Fobare ’17 named a finalist for celebrated international fellowship

Marshall T. Steel Center Hosts Guest Speaker

Dr. Deborah Tollefsen will visit Hendrix campus Nov. 10 and 11

Hendrix Senior Selected as Marshall Scholarship Finalist

Chirag Lala ’17 named a finalist for prestigious international scholarship

Hendrix Students Attend State Research Conference

10 science students attend Arkansas INBRE Research Conference

Hendrix Announces $110 Million Campaign

“Be Hendrix” to support career preparation, creative arts, diversity, and scholarships

Hendrix Odyssey Medal Convocation 2016

Wayland Holyfield ’64 & Dr. Cathy Langston ’87 honored for exemplifying liberal arts values

Student Accounts Director to Serve on National Conference Committee

Chris Simon to join NACUBO Student Financial Services Conference planning committee

Guest Flute Recital

Meghan Bennett will perform at Hendrix College Nov. 9, Reves Recital Hall

Hendrix Players Present Sweeney Todd – The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Tony Award–winning musical comes to Cabe Theatre, November 2-5

2016 Murphy Scholars in Literature and Language

25 sophomores selected for intensive literature and language study program

Hendrix to Host Writer Daryl Farmer for Presentation and Residency

“All the Luck You’ll Ever Need: A Tale from Alaska” set for October 20, 7:30 p.m., Reves Recital Hall

Hendrix College, Project Pericles to Host “Know Your Ballot”

Biennial ballot event set for October 17, 7 p.m., Mills A

Hendrix to Host Dalai Lama Advisor and Tibetan Oracle

“Chanting, Contemplation and Inspiration” set for October 22, 10 a.m., Reves Recital Hall

Hendrix English Professor Receives Fulbright Grant for Africa Outreach Project

Dr. Carol West to lead K-12 teachers on five-week intensive study in Rwanda

Fall 2016 Faculty Cello Recital

Faculty cellist David Gerstein performs October 12, 7:30 p.m., Reves Recital Hall

Hendrix Hosts Screenwriter Kevin Willmott

Kevin Willmott to discuss “Screenwriting, Race, and Being Creatively Maladjusted” October 6, 7:30 p.m., Reves Recital Hall

Hendrix Hosts Scientific Illustrator for Public Lecture

"Non-linear life: Meanderings of a Science Illustrator,” lecture by  artist Catherine Wilson ’03, November 4, 2 p.m., Art Building A, A110 

Hendrix Choir Presents 2016 Candlelight Carol Services

Campus tradition returns December 1-3, 7:30 p.m., December 4, 4 p.m., Greene Chapel

Hendrix Hosts Faculty Violin Recital

Violinist Ryszkowski performs October 9, 3 p.m., Reves Recital Hall

Hendrix Commits to Diversity in Sports Hiring

President Tsutsui signs NCAA diversity and inclusion pledge

Hendrix College Signs Climate Commitment

College pledges campus-wide emphasis on climate initiatives

Hendrix Hosts Screening and Discussion of Hamilton’s America Documentary

(Re)Presenting History: Hamilton’s America to follow PBS documentary screening, October 9, 2 p.m., Mills A

Hendrix Biology Professor Explores the Big Woods in New Book

Dr. Matt Moran’s Exploring the Big Woods guide published by UA Press

Anthropologist to Share Historic Role of Cacao and Chocolate Culture

Public lecture “Cacao Biology, Chocolate Culture” Oct. 6, 6:30 p.m., Mills C

Hendrix Fall 2016 Theatre and Dance Season

Fall season includes Dance Ensemble recital and Sweeney Todd musical

Hendrix Advances on Best National Liberal Arts Colleges List

College moves up 10 spots and is #4 Most Innovative Liberal Arts College

Hendrix to Award 2016 Odyssey Medals to Two Alumni

Wayland Holyfield ’64 & Cathy Langston ’87 to be honored October 27, 11:10 a.m., Staples Auditorium

Senior Politics Major Represents Hendrix at College Debate 16

Barrett Goodwin '17 part of initiative to articulate concerns of millennial voters

Hendrix College’s Bailey Library Annual Book Sale

Annual library used book sale set September 22 – 23, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., Bailey Library

Hendrix Chamber Orchestra Celebrates All Souls Day

HCCO and guest artists perform October 31, 7:30 p.m., Greene Chapel

Hendrix to Host Virtuoso Duo for 2016 Harold Thompson Residency

Dr. Mei Han and Randy Raine-Reusch perform and present September 24 – 26

Hendrix to Host International Economics Research Colloquium

MAER-Net 2016 convenes September 15 – 17 at Hendrix

Hendrix-Murphy Foundation Playwright’s Theatre 2016

A Stupid Game of Dungeons and Dragons by Eric Walker ’16 presented September 9, 7 p.m., Cabe Theatre

Hendrix Biology Professor Shares Undergraduate Teaching Passion

Dr. Laura MacDonald ’09 highlighted in American Society for Microbiology’s blog

Senior Spends Summer in NYC as Reader’s Digest Intern

Brooke Nelson ’17 sees publishing industry firsthand through Murphy-funded internship

Hendrix Hosts Zeuxis- curated “Flowers as Metaphor” Exhibit

Artist talk & opening reception September 22; Exhibit runs through October 7

Hendrix Meets Mabee Foundation Challenge for New Welcome Center

College successfully secures funding for $1 million grant from Tulsa foundation

Hendrix to Host Internationally Known Biblical Scholar

Miller Center to host Dr. Gerald O. West, October 26, 7 p.m., Mills C

Philosophy Professor to Receive Distinguished Professorship

Dr. Peg Falls-Corbitt to be installed as Pittman Distinguished Professor Sept. 1, 11:10 a.m., Reves Recital Hall

Hendrix Grad Grabs MathFest Honor

Nicholas Heiner ’16 wins Student Speaker Award at Mathematical Association of America and Pi Mu Epsilon annual meeting

Hendrix-in-Tours 2016

Eight students take part in international study and cultural immersion program in France

Hendrix Hosts The Strumbellas Live in Concert

Folk pop revivalists to perform October 1, 8 p.m., Worsham Performance Hall, SLTC

Hendrix Welcomes Class of 2020

Hendrix welcomes 360 students for 2016-2017 academic year

Hendrix to Host Visiting Archaeologist Lecture

Dr. Jeremy Sabloff to discuss archaeology’s relevance September 29, 5 p.m., Mills B

Welcome, New 2016-2017 Hendrix Faculty

College adds new teaching faculty for 2016-2017 academic year

English Professor to Direct International Hemingway Event

Dr. Alex Vernon to convene 17th biennial Hemingway Society conference in Oak Park, Illinois

Hendrix to Host Fidelis String Quartet

Houston Symphony quartet and pianist Norman Boehm perform August 30, 7:30 p.m., Staples

Mel Gill, Printmaking

Gill, Melissa

Associate Professor of Art

Office: Art Department A
Phone: (501) 505-1562
E-mail: gill@hendrix.edu
Website: www.melgillart.com

Matthew Lopas, Drawing and Painting

Associate Professor of Art

Office: Art Department A102
Phone: (501) 450-1262
E-mail: lopas@hendrix.edu
Website: www.matthewlopas.com

Erik Maakestad, Ceramics and Sculpture

Maakestad, Erik

Associate Professor of Art

Office: Art Department A105
Phone: (501) 450-1264
E-mail: maakestad@hendrix.edu

Dr. Rod Miller, Art History

Miller, Rod

Professor of Art

Department Chair, Art

Office: Art Department A101
Phone: (501) 450-1423
E-mail: miller@hendrix.edu

Maxine Payne, Photography

Maxine Payne

Associate Professor of Art

Office: Art Department A107
Phone: (501) 450-4587
Fax: (501) 450-1473
E-mail: payne@hendrix.edu
Website: www.maxinepayne.com

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