Calvin professors are highly respected in global academic circles. Hundreds of patents carry their names and they've written textbooks that are widely-used. Because they consider teaching job number one, they consistently earn Calvin a place among the top colleges and universities nationwide, according to U.S. News and World Report.
Calvin professors use their expertise and Christian faith to guide classroom discussions, but they won't tell you what to think. Their collaborative approach to learning welcomes you while their curiosity inspires you.
Art prof is state's art teacher of the year
Jo-Ann VanReeuwyk has been recognized as the Michigan Art Education Association Higher Ed Teacher of the Year.
New audiology professor teaches the mechanics and miracle of hearing
Brian Kreisman will serve the community through a new audiology lab.
600k grant to teach parallel computing
Joel Adams will be teaching parallel computing—supercomputing—to colleagues from around the country.
A $350,000 grant to promote pregnancy planning
Nursing professor Joke Ayoola will work in three Calvin partner neighborhoods, increasing women's knowledge and self-efficacy about reproductive health.
Biographies from another era
Part of the homework in psychology 209 is creating the life histories of older adults.
Studying the Olympics in England
Students got to research the Olympics up close and personal on a Calvin semester abroad in England.