Sweet Briar College Research Professor of Biology Lincoln Brower predicts that the 2016 fall migration numbers for the monarch butterfly will be the “lowest ever.”
Sweet Briar’s credit rating from S&P Global Inc. jumps by three levels, reflecting improvements in enrollment, management and long-term planning
S&P Global Inc. has raised Sweet Briar’s credit rating by three levels to B and gave the College a stable outlook.
For nearly two decades, Sweet Briar College’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship (MARCUS) has drawn students from across the region and out of state to the Central Virginia campus to present and share their research. The 2016 conference will take place on Saturday, Oct. 15.
Priscilla Newton Carroll ’87 has been selected as Sweet Briar’s new director of alumnae relations, and will join the alumnae relations and development team effective Oct. 24.
Sweet Briar College’s Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) team was reserve champion Saturday at Randolph College in the first competition of the fall semester.