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An away game just wouldn't be the same without a Dougie send-off. Good luck to our men's and women's basketball teams as they face Central College in Pella tonight!
We're thrilled to call Iowa — a state recognized for its emphasis on workforce development — home. Coe graduates enter the workforce equipped with the skills and experience for success!
Thank you to everyone, especially the speakers, who helped us celebrate diversity this Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Did you make any wellness resolutions this new year? Head to the Athletics & Recreation Complex to make them a reality. Or try one of the free exercise classes offered to students, faculty and staff.
Seeds planted two days ago by genetics students are already sprouting in Coe's greenhouse. Within seven weeks, they'll grow 18 inches and bloom, allowing students to cross-pollinate the plants, then study the genetics of their offspring. #HandsOnLearning
The calm before today's winter storm. Stay warm and safe, Kohawks!
Our Martin Luther King Jr. celebration features keynote speaker Dr. Evelyn Carter, whose research focuses on creating and sustaining equity, diversity and inclusion on college campuses. Visit tinyurl.com/coe-MLK-Jr for a full schedule of events.
Assistant Professor of Psychology Dr. Ben Chihak and his students use virtual reality for their research. Visit www.coe.edu/virtual-reality to learn more. #CoeMakesItHappen
More than 25 states will be represented at this month's Admitted Student Weekend. If you aren't already among them, we still have a few spots open. Register at www.coe.edu/visit.
It's beginning to look like winter...another beautiful season here at Coe!
When you're as timeless as Charlie, the aging challenge is a breeze. We think Charlie Kohawk looks great at any age! #AgingChallenge #OnceAKohawk #AlwaysAKohawk
A little snow didn't stop future Kohawks from Minnesota, Texas, Colorado, Missouri and across Iowa from visiting campus today. And tour guides like Morgan Hendricks '19 were delighted to show them around our winter wonderland.