Music, Science and Faith Inform Award-winning Research

Alumnus Dr. Joshua Neumann’s innovative musical exploration of Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau earned him the American Musicological Society Thomas Hampson Award for research in classic song.

“As I Am”: A Lesson on Listening

This past weekend, a researcher became a playwright, so that her findings could give back to the very people her research was about.

Heather Templeton Dill on the Future of Religion

Last April, the first picture of a black hole went viral. It was a low-res image of a bright yellow disc with a dark hole in the middle, similar in shape to a donut.

Washing Feet by Studying the Brain

For new faculty member Dan Norton, teaching psychology means dispelling misconceptions, utilizing clinical experience and contributing to the kingdom of God by washing peoples’ feet.

Summer at Noble Refreshes Young Scientist’s Perspective

After interning as a plant science scholar, Liza Antonelli ’21 has a very different idea about what it means to be a serious scientist.