Learn by Doing
By going above and beyond the traditional boundaries of higher learning set in stone at most other educational institutions, Chowan can offer students individualized opportunities that they cannot find anywhere else.
Students of the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies will graduate with a wide array of skills and experiences that will prepare them to prosper in a variety of situations with a broad range of academic skills essential to a rapidly changing and culturally diverse global society.
Studying Abroad in Spain and Portugal
Story and photos by Zoe Beale ’18 Chowan University, English Professors Dr. Timothy Hayes and Catherine Vickers led 29 Chowan University students, staff, faculty, and friends to explore the countries of Portugal and Spain. The ten-day itinerary featured over a dozen historical landmarks in nine different cities. From stepping off the plane, the group embarked.Keep Reading “Studying Abroad in Spain and Portugal”
Chowan Announces Retirement of Disabilities Services Coordinator, Deborah Hinton
On May 31, Deborah Hinton will retire from Chowan University. Hinton, an elementary education major, graduated from Chowan in 2000. She came to Chowan in 2017 in a full-time capacity as the Disabilities Services Coordinator after retiring as a teacher at Willis Hare Elementary in Northampton County. For several years, she worked during Chowan’s Upward.Keep Reading “Chowan Announces Retirement of Disabilities Services Coordinator, Deborah Hinton”
Chowan Congratulates Debbie Joyner on her Retirement
Debbie Joyner has faithfully served Chowan University for over twelve years in multiple departments and is now retiring as the Secretary to the Dean of the School of Business & Design and Administrative Assistant to the Department of Sport Science. Joyner is known throughout campus for her patience, kindness, and attention to detail. During the.Keep Reading “Chowan Congratulates Debbie Joyner on her Retirement”