Even though Berea College's Forest is several hundred miles inland from the Atlantic coast, some of its timber has found a special purpose in the restoration of the Mayflower (II) ship moored at Plymouth, Massachusetts. College Forester Clint Paterson recently described Berea's role in the ship's refurbishment in an article (below) in the Berea Citizen […]
Berea College is now home to two of only seven projects certified nationwide — and just thirty-five worldwide — by the Forest Stewardship Council.
The Center for International Education at Berea College announces that Janice D’Souza has been named as a 2015-2016 American India Foundation Clinton Fellow. D’Souza graduated from Berea College in May of 2014 with a degree in Women’s and Gender Studies. While studying at Berea, she was active in the leadership of student government and a […]
The Berea College Archives has been selected to develop and host the Archives Leadership Institute for three years, 2016 – 2018. In support of the project, Berea College Archives has been awarded $243,954 by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC). The Archives Leadership Institute (ALI) will provide advanced training for 25 emerging and innovative leaders each year, giving […]
Berea College’s Accounting Program is the second highest ranked for affordability in the top 100 small colleges in the nation. Not only did Berea College make the list, but it is the top-rated Kentucky school; no others were in the top ten. The distinction was made in a recently published article by Laura Kilmartin, Editor […]
Dr. Linda Strong-Leek has been appointed Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion at Berea College. She will begin these new responsibilities on July 1, 2015.