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18 faculty participate in PPS Faculty Seminar on Community Engaged Teaching, Research and Principled Problem Solving.
Four Guilford students in the Cape Fear River Basin Studies Program will be helping to share the rich history of African American watermen at a summer camp in Wilmington, N.C.
A mural in King Hall celebrates Guilford’s long-standing commitment to service-learning, with scenes of students and alumni volunteering locally and internationally.
Faculty, staff and alumni worked together to develop the Higher Education in Prison Initiative.
In Sikkim, a rural region of the Indian Himalayas, Guilford students are not only confronting social inequality, they’re enriching lives through the gift of books.
Guilford College is committed to our Core Value of Stewardship.
Read about the 2013-14 Principled Problem Solving summer internship placements.