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Davidson College tenure track faculty positions available in areas including Africana Studies and non-Western visual and performing arts. Learn more.
The first-responders among Davidson College’s alums lean on education and experience as pandemic and disasters test their know-how, leadership skills and the systems that hold society together. Learn more.
Davidson College appoints former head men’s basketball coach Bob McKillop as first Leader-in-Residence, a role that will extend his expertise to the entire college community and beyond. Learn more.
The Royal Shakespeare Company makes its return to Davidson College for a jam-packed four-day residency. Learn more about opportunities to engage with the RSC.
A beloved local community center is among the latest to benefit from Davidson College alum Stephen Curry’s efforts to provide safe places to play for children all over the country. Learn more.
Davidson College will welcome internationally known disability rights advocate Judy Heumann Sept. 7 to present the 2022 Reynolds Lecture. Event is free and open to the public; tickets required. Learn more.
Alum Anna Katherine Clemmons '01 covers Stephen Curry's impact on Davidson College for the New York Times. Learn more.
Davidson College’s annual Cake Race for first-year students brings out the generosity and baking talents of the college community. And like many before, Class of 2026 members showed that they’re willing to run for cake. Read more.
Stephen Curry ’10, the NBA’s reigning MVP, returned to Davidson College for a ceremony celebrating his graduation, induction into the school’s Hall of Fame, and the retirement of his jersey and number. Learn more.
Through his efforts on and off the basketball court, Stephen Curry ’10 has touched millions of lives. The broad reach of his leadership and service shines through in the words of the Davidson College community. Read more.
Clint Smith ’10 returns to Davidson College to talk about his book, How the Word is Passed, this year’s common read for new students. Learn more.
During Welcome Week, members of the Davidson community welcomed new first-generation students and their families. Learn more.
Davidson College welcomes the Class of 2026 and returning students to campus for start of new academic year. Learn more.
Davidson College trustee Cintra Pollack ’99 has pledged her support for a project to commemorate the lives and contributions of enslaved persons whose labor contributed to the growth and development of the college. Five artist teams will present their visions for the public work. Read more.
Dr. Hilary Green is returning to Davidson as the James B. Duke Professor of Africana Studies, a tenured position, in fall 2022.
The Davidson College Classics Department is pleased to announce awards to several standout students.
Davidson College economics professor cautions inflation is going to be around for a while, despite Fed interest rate hikes and new legislation. Read more.
Davidson College’s Hana Kamran ’23 receives prestigious post-graduate Truman Scholarship for academic excellence, leadership and public service. Learn more.