Epic Advantage applications open October 1st.

Faculty & Staff

Faculty and staff members in the Epic Centers actively collaborate with other Earlham faculty and staff members to serve our students well, advance the college’s mission, and serve our community. We are always happy to discuss your ideas and work together on projects that add to the transformative learning of our students!

See the menu of Information for Faculty & Staff above for helpful informational items.

Collaborate with us!

Here is a list of some (not all!) of the ways that we can collaborate:

  • Discussing what is involved in leading an off-campus program
  • Thinking through community-engagement options for one (or more) of your courses
  • Visiting your class(es) to give mini-presentations about career discernment, community engagement, off-campus study, linguistic diversity, or other topics
  • Inviting you to join us as a Community Mentor for a particular Career Community or Identity/Affinity Community
  • Partnering to sponsor a career, grad school, or fellowship fair
  • Considering how we can work together to bring ideas to life at the Epic Expo
  • Promoting targeted student opportunities to help you enhance their visibility

Please contact us to request any of the ideas above or any other form of collaboration you have in mind!

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 Alum: Sitashma Thapa

Upon stepping into an Uber at her home in Indianapolis, Earlham class of ’20 alum, Sitashma Thapa, was greeted with a rather jarring question from her driver: What do you consider to be true happiness? After initially feeling annoyed about …

By Corey Kundert
Corey Kundert Senior Career Coach
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What Lizzo’s Reaction to Being Called Out for Ableist Song Lyrics Can Teach Us About Allyship

Sometimes, as Lizzo says, “Truth hurts.” Even though part of being an ally is knowing that we all have unconscious biases and knowledge gaps, when we harm others, it can still be hard to face it. In the ongoing process of

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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New publication features work by Border Studies prof

Geoff Boyce, a faculty member and the academic director of the Border Studies Program, is a contributor in and co-editor of a December 2021 special issue on Policing and Carceral Geographies in ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies.

Geoff’s …

By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global Education
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Pandemic policy for independent activities off-campus

LAST UPDATED: September 9, 2021

During the winter break of 2021-22, fully vaccinated* students may participate in in-person, off-campus activities …

Contact & Location

Phone
(765) 983-1424
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