Anna-Lisa Cox Continues Her Press Tour for Acclaimed Book

Anna-Lisa Cox, Visisting Scholar in the History Department, continues her press tour to support her book The Bone and Sinew of the Land: America’s Forgotten Pioneers and the Struggle for Equality. This book explores the history of black pioneers in the Northwest Territory–which became Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin–and how these families were making […]

Limited Seating Remains for 2019-2020 ORSP Workshop Series

The Office of Sponsored Research and Programs (OSRP) is pleased to offer a 2019-2020 Workshop Series!  Registration for each session will close one week prior to the scheduled session (unless otherwise posted).  If refreshments will be available for a session, it is denoted below. If you have special dietary needs, please indicate during the registration […]

Anita Esquerra-Zwiers receives new award from Sigma Theta Tau Kappa Epsilon at-Large Chapter

Anita Esquerra-Zwiers, Assistant Professor of Nursing, received a $1,500 award from the Sigma Theta Tau Kappa Epsilon at-Large Chapter for the project titled Accuracy and Precision of Infant Test Weights for Breast Milk Bottle Feeding. Students Anastasia Perecki and Kesline Senesca will be joining Anita as co-investigators on this project. This project will assess the […]

HSRT receives new National Endowment for the Arts award

Congratulations to Hoper Summer Repertory Theatre (HSRT) for receiving a new National Endowment for the Arts award! This Challenge America Grant will support the production of Children of a Lesser God, which will run from 29 May 2020 through 6 June 2020. Learn more about HSRT’s latest award from Hope’s Public Affairs and Marketing. Congratulations […]

Benjamin Meagher receives new award from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship

Benjamin Meagher, Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology, recently received a $17,784 award from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship Teacher-Scholar Vital Worship Grant for the project titled The physical ecology of religious worship, identity, and emotional experience. The project runs from 1 March 2020 through 30 June 2021. Drs. Courtney Peckens and Marsley Kehoe will […]

Hope College has a 7/5 business day requirement for proposal submissions

The completed proposal is due to the Office of Sponsored Research and Programs (OSRP; sponsoredresearch@hope.edu) seven business (7) days before the sponsor deadline. The Principal Investigator (PI) has five (5) of these seven business days to finalize the scientific and/or programmatic components of the application.   “Proposal” is defined as an application to an external sponsor […]

Hope Summer Repertory Theatre receives a Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs grant

The Hope Summer Repertory Theatre (HSRT) received a $15,000 grant from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA) to support the 2020 season!  Funding will support the six show, three venue season from May through August 2020, with performances of The Marvelous Wonderettes, Man of La Mancha, Much Ado About Nothing, Every Brilliant […]

Join us for the Arts and Humanities and Social Sciences Summer Research Showcase!

The Arts and Humanities and Social Sciences divisions will host a Summer Research Showcase on Wednesday 18 September 2019 from 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm in the Bultman Student Center Great Room. Please join us for the event, which will feature the work of our student undergraduate students and their mentors. It’s a wonderful opportunity […]

Brooke Odle receives new award from the Paralyzed Veterans of America

Brooke Odle, Hope Faculty Fellow in Engineering, recently received a $7,480 award from the Paralyzed Veterans ofo America (via the Cleveland VA Medical Research and Education Foundation) for the project titled Feasibility of Neural Stimulation to Facilitate Independent Transfers after Paralysis. The project runs from 1 August 2019 through 31 May 2020. Dr. Odle will […]