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SPOTLIGHT Alum: Garrett Byrd

Garrett Byrd ’20 had never been west of Terre Haute. After a trip to Earlham’s Center for Career and Community, however, he was making plans for an internship in Shanghai, China.

Oh, and he had never been on a plane …

By Corey Kundert
Corey Kundert Senior Career Coach
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SPOTLIGHT Rising Star: Ben Kadlec

Nestled across the northern Illinois landscape, the Lake Forest Open Land Association (LFOLA) maintains nearly 900 acres of woodlands and wetlands across six nature preserves, providing an educational and recreational area for the greater Chicago community to enjoy. Home to …

By Corey Kundert
Corey Kundert Senior Career Coach
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SPOTLIGHT Rising Star: Marisol Cora-Cruz, Can-Do-All Attitude

Mary is a rising senior majoring in neuroscience and a minor in public health with big aspirations to fix health disparities in the Latino community. Her Earlham education and involvement outside of the classroom have set her up on a …

By Jessie Pilewski
Jessie Pilewski Associate Director of the Center for Global Health
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SPOTLIGHT Rising Star: Rose León Alvarado, Clarity Through Interpreting

Rose León Alvarado is a rising junior originally from Honduras who is majoring in Neuroscience and minoring in Public Health and Chemistry. Once at Earlham, she signed up for typical pre-med classes and joined various organizations through the Center for …

By Jessie Pilewski
Jessie Pilewski Associate Director of the Center for Global Health
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SPOTLIGHT Alum: Shahed Sbeta, from MD to DPT

Shahed Sbeta was easily one of the most involved students in CGH programming during her tenure at Earlham. Even so, the career she was preparing for did not end up being the one she is currently pursuing. Shahed said, “In …

By Jessie Pilewski
Jessie Pilewski Associate Director of the Center for Global Health
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Featured Classes

Pre-PT 4 Year Course Plan

Courses in bold are required; all others are strongly recommended.  *At least 2 volunteer experiences and 1 research or internship…

Epic 171: Professional Foundations

Katie Breslin
The Professional Foundations course is a required pre-departure course for students participating in Earlham-funded summer internships and independent student experiences…

ELL 205: Seminar on Social Trends

Through reading and discussion of current events, this course focuses on participating and facilitating in-class discussion, building communicative confidence, critical…

ELL 206: Effective Public Speaking and Presenting

Through the creation of a personalized portfolio, repeated whole-group presentations, and reflection, this course focuses on building public speaking/communication skills,…

ELL Reading & Writing Courses

Support for reading and writing skills for English Language Learners is built into specific sections of the required first-year writing…

INTD 199: International Student Success

This course provides tools to succeed as an international student at Earlham. We discuss cross-cultural adjustment and communication, classroom expectations,…

BIOL 251: Intro to Nutrition

Jose Ignacio Pareja
This course will serve as an introduction to the science of human nutrition and the relationship of food and nutrients…

Epic 271: Fellowship Foundations

Roger Adkins
Applying for fellowship funding can be daunting: few of us have prior experience in the best ways to approach this…

BIOL 342: Medical/Dental School Preparation Course

Peter Blair
This course is meant to be a portion of your MCAT and DAT preparation. It will incorporate both content review…

EPIC 242: Community Health and Medicine Seminar

Peter Blair
Students will learn medical, technical, and clinical competencies from a variety of healthcare professionals with the goal of becoming a…

POLS 346: Constitutional Law

Thor Hogan
Examines the historic foundations of the American legal system and its existing structural framework. Examines case law associated with defining…

AAAS 330: Mass Incarceration and Moral Vision

James Logan
A critical examination of the social functions and theories of contemporary criminal justice in the United States. Special attention to…

EDUC 120: Foundations of Education

Students examine the present U.S. educational system and the nature of its social impact using the lenses of history, sociology…

EDUC 248: Theory and Practice of Education

The course reflects upon the central premise that prospective teachers need both to do some teaching while they also read…

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Address

1st Floor Landrum Bolling Center
801 National Rd W
Richmond, IN 47374
Richmond, IN 47374

Office Hours

M 8:30am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm
T 8:30am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm
W 8:30am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm
TH 8:30am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm
F 8:30am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm