Spelman Partners With Emory to Provide Nursing Program


Spelman students interested in pursuing nursing careers will soon have another opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree in the profession. A new partnership developed between Spelman College and Emory University’s Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing launches a dual-degree nursing program that offers Spelman students the opportunity to … [Read more...]

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Spelman Competes for Outdoor Championship Title For the first time, the Outdoor Foundation is having an Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge where 10 colleges and universities will compete to get the most people outside and active. In 2013, Candice Gaul, C'2014, and 2014 Morehouse College graduate Seth Wolf organized the first student-run Outdoor … [Read more...]

Community Participates in Spelman’s Presidential Search


In the national search to identify its 10th president, Spelman College is continuing to encourage community participation in the process. In preparation for developing a strong and informed leadership profile, the Presidential Search Committee is hosting listening sessions across the country to hear insights from students, faculty, staff, parents … [Read more...]

Teaching For America and the World

Tai A. Dixon

In September, Teach For America announced that Spelman was among the top contributors of teachers to its 2014 corps. As a Spelman alumna and 2002 Teach For America corps member, I am extremely proud to see so many Spelman women demonstrating their commitment to changing the status quo and demanding educational equity for all students. I came to … [Read more...]

True Blue Society Members Sparkle


This fall Spelman College supporters opened their mailboxes to find gifts of bedazzled necklaces. These tokens of appreciation are being sent to more than 2,800 members of the True Blue Society, a group who has made gifts to the College for five or more consecutive years. An extension of Every Woman…Every Year! the necklaces show special … [Read more...]

New Cosby Chair Infuses Anthropology Into Performance Art


World-renowned theater director, choreographer, and producer Aku Kadogo has enthusiastically embraced Spelman College as the William and Camille Cosby Endowed Professor in the Arts for the 2014-2015 academic year. Born and raised in Detroit, Kadogo has lived and worked in different countries, including Korea and Australia. However, before Kadogo … [Read more...]

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Spleman Spring 2011

Community to Participate in Spelman's Presidential Search In its national search to identify its 10th president, Spelman College is encouraging the community to participate in the process. Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 23, the Presidential Search Committee will host listening sessions for students, faculty, staff and alumnae. An opportunity for … [Read more...]