News Archive

  • October 20

    Episode No. 8: Oct. 21, 2022

    Lauren Johnson ’23 discusses how her summer research program at the University of Iowa, her biology major and campus involvement have prepared her for life after Monmouth.
  • October 20

    ‘More Than Just an Education’

    Biology major Lauren Johnson ’23 appreciates the relationships she’s formed through the variety of activities in which she’s participated.
  • October 19

    Role of a Lifetime

    Fifth-year senior Cullen Marshall describes the experience of playing Romeo on Monmouth College stage.
  • Educational Farm & Garden Crew 2022
    June 3

    Episode 30: June 3, 2022

    Members of the Educational Farm and Garden crew discuss their summer plans.
  • April 4

    Profs Discuss Human Genome Project

    Engstrom, Godde say completion of human genome sequencing, after more than 30 years of work, could have far-reaching implications.
  • CARINA ENGST: ?Monmouth has a great research program for students, especially in the chemistry an...
    March 5

    Joining ‘A Great Research Program’

    Being named an Admiral’s Scholar and Doc Kieft Scholar will open a world of research in science to Carina Engst.
  • October 18

    Hall of Achievement Inductee

    Dr. Frederick Kaskel ’67, one of the nation’s top nephrologists, to be inducted during Alumni Impact Awards ceremony Oct. 22.
  • September 10

    ‘Feeding Cahokia’

    Biology professor Godde, Jones ’22 to discuss topic on Sept. 16 at Warren County History Museum.
  • August 26

    Episode 1: August 27, 2021

    Meet two of the friendly folks from OSF HealthCare who are taking care of Monmouth students at the student health clinic – Kari Bruening (pictured) and Michelle Jones. The Educational Farm & Garden crew of Olivia Croasdale, Jacob Duncan and Hanna Pittman extol the benefits of spending a summer immersed in the land.
  • July 20

    Kieft Summer Research

    Program funded by estate of beloved chemistry professor gives Monmouth science students unique research opportunities.
  • June 29

    Tibbetts Merits Another Honor

    Biology professor receives district award from Boy Scouts of America.
  • June 16

    Back to the Great Outdoors

    Biology professor Ken Cramer’s retirement plan after 28 years at Monmouth College includes being outside even more.
  • June 10

    Hatch Award for Service

    Biology professor Tim Tibbetts ‘heralded’ for faculty leadership, Pipe Band involvement, work at LeSuer Nature Preserve.
  • May 6

    Bringing Science to Life

    College’s brand new virtual reality equipment will be put to use in anatomy, kinesiology, chemistry.