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Chances are, what you remember most from your Calvin education will be your professors.
Outstanding professors are your guides to discovering God's world, learning from its insights, understanding its brokenness and equipping you to be part of its renewal. They'll give you real opportunities—through research, internships, study abroad programs, mentoring and group projects—to practice your skills, to gain wisdom and to develop your character.
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Longtime history prof earns third Fulbright Award
Jim Bratt, history professor emeritus at Calvin College, is headed to China as a Fulbright Scholar to teach U.S. history and European cultural history at Xiamen University.
Calvin professor helps put students’ poetry in motion
Lew Klatt, poet laureate for Grand Rapids, answers a trio of questions about a project that helps kids express their understanding of local history through haiku.
At the helm of an international journal
A new journal whose focus is the relationship between Christianity and educational theory and practice will be housed at Calvin College.
Prof improving the quality of math teaching in GR
Since 2005, Calvin College mathematics professor Jan Koop has worked with 300 elementary school teachers in 21 schools throughout greater Grand Rapids.
Professor dives deep into history of rare manuscript
Meeter Center houses medieval document that is worth $70,000.
James K.A. Smith, philosophy
A philosophy professor talks about why he will never stop being a student.
Larry Louters, biochemistry
A tireless research mentor, Larry Louters is also one of The Princeton Review's top professors in the nation.
Matt Halteman, philosophy
Matt Halteman challenges students to find the complexity in simple things, and ask big questions to advance the kingdom of God.