“These three professors have collectively given 94 dedicated years of service to Hillsdale College,” said Christopher VanOrman, Hillsdale College Provost. “We will miss them and wish them the best in their retirement.”
Six 2020 graduates join armed forces Download Press Release Hillsdale, Mich. — Hillsdale College congratulates six graduates on their commissions from the U.S. Marine Corps. A small ceremony was given on May 9 to celebrate the commissioning, which is normally part of the College’s Commencement ceremony. Two of the six graduates, 2nd Lieutenants John Ball […]
Hillsdale College will welcome students back to campus for the 2020 fall semester. Classes will resume in person and begin on Wednesday, August 26.
Conner, who held the William P. Harris Chair in Military History at Hillsdale College, received his Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina in 1983. That same year, he began his teaching career at Hillsdale College. During his 37-year tenure at Hillsdale College, Conner held various administrative positions in addition to his teaching duties, including dean of social sciences, dean of faculty, and department chairman. He also served as advisor to a fraternity. He was voted Hillsdale College Professor of the Year four times and was named one of Princeton Review’s “Best 300 Professors” in 2012.
“Hillsdale College does not accept any government funding, which allows us true financial independence,” said Patrick Flannery, Vice President for Finance and Treasurer of Hillsdale College. “We work to be good stewards of the College’s resources, and we are grateful to the donors and friends that make this independence possible.”
“Each summer, these camps give newcomers and experienced shooters an opportunity to learn more about shooting sports, refine their skills, and connect with others who have similar interests,” said Gena Grant, program coordinator. “We are grateful to our donors and sponsors who make this unique opportunity possible.”
In the opening video of the virtual tour, Matthew Sauer, assistant director of Ohio and Indiana recruitment at Hillsdale College, shares the purpose of the video series:
Each of the online symposium’s five sessions addresses a specific aspect of the coronavirus’s impact on America through insight from leading voices.