to evolve from one's own thought or imagination
to surpass others; do extremely well
a building or part of a building equipped to conduct scientific experiments, test, etc.
diligent and systematic inquiry into a subject
Research isn't just for term papers! Many E-town students embark on meaningful research projects and present results on campus or across the country. Dr. Jean Pretz, assistant professor of psychology, enjoys involving her students in her research into human creativity.
a wise and trusted counselor or teacher
Profs to peers. At E-town, you will have a faculty advisor and likely work closely with another professor or two on a research project. And you will also have peer mentors, upperclassmen who are trained to help first-year students transition from high school to college life.
a strong of extravagant fondness
English Professor Dr. David C. Downing turned his passion for C.S. Lewis into several books about the man behind the Chronicles of Narnia, including a historical novel, Looking for the King. Also a Civil War buff, Downing published A South Divided: Portraits of Dissent in the Confederacy.
to accomplish any action involving skill or ability, as before an audience
an advanced course of study for superior students
a supporting framework
Dr. Elizabeth Newell, chair of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, shares her office with skeletons and skulls; after all, her research interests include dental anthropology. Through mentoring research projects, she also serves as a skeleton, of sorts, for students.
a test or investigation