Visual, performing and literary arts play a vital role in the life of Davidson-on and off campus. In fact, one-fifth of students participate at the "varsity" level by majoring in the arts, receiving arts-related scholarships or participating in departmental productions or ensembles.
In reflection on National Entrepreneurship Month, Pres. Quillen examines the question of whether entrepreneurship can and should be taught, as well as Davidson's unique approach to fostering entrepreneurial activity among students, faculty and staff.
What is entrepreneurship, and does it belong in college curricula? In her latest Huffington Post piece, Pres. Quillen examines the role of entrepreneurship in higher education.
Lunching and learning was the order of the day at Levine Museum of the New South in Charlotte on Tuesday. The Charlotte Chapter of the Alumni Association hosted alumni, parents and friends of the college to hear a talk, “The Arab Spring After Three Years,” by Chris Alexander, the John and Ruth McGee Director of the Dean Rusk International Studies [...]