The Chowan University Department of Music will present its Faculty Voice Recital Saturday, February 23, at 7:00 p.m. in Turner Auditorium of McDowell Columns Hall featuring bass-baritone Dr. Benjamin Thorburn and pianist Dr. Deborah Kiszely-Papp.
Bertie County native Dr. Benjamin F. Speller, Jr. was honored with the Chowan University Minnie Wood Perkins Humanitarian Award at the Reverend George T. and Luvenia B. Rouson Memorial Lecture on February 6.
The Chowan University Department of Athletics in conjunction with the Office of the Chancellor and the Office of the President at Chowan University is excited to announce the addition of Acrobatics & Tumbling as the 20th varsity sport and 11th women's varsity sport in the athletic department.
Chowan University is one of twenty-two colleges across North Carolina slated to participate in the 8th annual Ethics Bowl hosted by North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU) February 8 and 9, at the North Carolina Legislative complex in Raleigh with the topic of “Ethics and the
As part of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) accreditation process, Chowan University launched a new Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) titled Lit Sphere (Literature Spheres).
The Department of Music at Chowan University will present the Friends of Music Artist Series featuring Dr. Lisa Lowry, soprano, and Paula Pressnell, pianist, performing an Evening of Canadian Art Song on February 2, at 7 p.m. in Turner Auditorium of McDowell Columns Hall.
Chowan University boasts a large number of faculty with terminal degrees. To be more exact, in a recent report released by the Provost's office in November of 2018, 79 percent of Chowan's 65 faculty members have terminal degrees in their respective teaching fields.
On January 25, at 4 p.m. in Vaughan Auditorium of Robert Marks Hall, Dr. Mollie Madden will present as part of the William Bradley Salon Lecture Series with a discussion of her new book, The Black Prince and the Grande Chevauchée of 1355.