Finlandia University’s Suomi College of Arts & Sciences presents the 2023 Spring Colloquium celebrating two new faculty books. This year’s event will feature a reading, dialogue and book signing by authors Dr. Carolyn Dekker and Dr. William Knoblauch.
More about the authors and their new books can be found below.
North Country: A Pedagogical Almanac
North Country: A Pedagogical Almanac is a memoir in-essays that covers Dr. Carolyn Dekker’s life from 2015-2020. The book braids together teaching and family stories with [...]
The Campus Read Committee is pleased to announce the Spring 2021 Anti-Racist Open Classroom Series, which will complement the selected Campus Read book, Stamped From the Beginning by Ibram X. Kendi.
“We chose Stamped from the Beginning and Stamped as the Campus Read books for this year because Ibram X. Kendi’s work as a historian of racist ideas and antiracism can help provide such a powerful tool with which to think about history and about America’s present moment,” [...]
Finlandia Fridays is back this week with a special election edition. Host Olivia Myers talks with Finlandia History Professor Dr. William Knoblauch about the history of American presidential elections. Listeners submitted questions for Knoblauch to answer including ‘how important is the electoral college?’, ‘what happens if there’s a tie?’, and what other election seasons this one can be compared to.
“History is the act of asking why something happened and constructing an argument [...]
Arts & Sciences will offer B.S. in Biology, Psychology; two new minors beginning Fall 2020
Finlandia’s Suomi College of Arts & Sciences is excited to introduce two new bachelor’s degrees and two new minors for fall 2020. The new degrees are a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Bachelor of Science in Biology. The new minors students can explore are Military Science and Global Studies.
Bachelor of Science Options
The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) options expand upon FinnU’s current [...]
“People are dying right now,” Dr. Knoblauch said “We are sitting here talking and people are dying. There are crises all over the world and it’s [peace] a pretty important topic. We delve into it pretty deeply; about what are the actual ways to stop violence and ensure [...]
“These two professors exemplify much of what makes Finlandia distinct,” said Dr. Fredi de Yampert, Vice President for Academic Affairs. “They care deeply about our students, are passionate about their subject matter and have a proven track record of notable academic work. I am proud to call them colleagues, and congratulate each of them for this honor.”
Finlandia University is pleased to announce that Dr. William Knoblauch has achieved tenure status and named an Associate Professor.
“It feels great to become an Associate Professor,” said Knoblauch. “It’s been a long process with a lot of requirements, and involves a critical evaluation by your colleagues and administrators, so it takes quite a while.
“That being said, I found the process to be a lot of fun. It’s the task of looking back over the past, collecting, sorting and organizing [...]
An adjunct professor of History with Ferris State University’s Humanities department will be joined by an assistant professor of History at Finlandia University tonight, February 8, 2018, as Christian Peterson and Dr. William Knoblauch will speak during “Symphony of Destruction?” (Understanding the Nuclear Standoff on the Korean Peninsula), which will begin at 6 p.m. in the Founders Room of Ferris’ University Center.