What I Did Last Summer
Cypriote Town Honors a Native Archeologist
Davidson students were all across the country and around the globe last summer, engaged in a wide variety of activities. Here are some of their stories.
Twenty years ago, Professor of Classics Michael Toumazou launched a modest summertime dig in his home country of Cyprus. Today, a new $5-million building in Athienou celebrates and preserves his work in illuminating 3,000 years of that town's history.
Professional Kudos for the Genomics Program
The outstanding quality of four years of original research by Professor Malcolm Campbell, Associate Professor Laurie Heyer, and their students was confirmed this summer with publication of two papers in peer-reviewed, open access journals.
We’re all in this together!
Even in a shaky financial environment, Davidson supporters made sure that the college rests on solid economic ground. In a strong show of support, contributors met the dollar and participation goals for the college’s 2008-09 Annual Fund.