The Govs community took time to think about the 20th anniversary of September 11 at our first Morning Meeting today. History Department Chair Ms. O'Connell shared her reflection of the day and the 20 years following that horrific, life-changing day. Below is her speech:
The Governor’s Academy is excited to welcome eight new faculty members to the community this year.
Head of School Dr. Peter H. Quimby ’85, P’14 was elected President of the Phi Beta Kappa Society at the Society's 46th Triennial Council on Thursday, August 5. The position is for a 3-year term from 2021-2024
Internationally recognized for leading clinical trials for the prevention and treatment of Alzheimer's disease, Dr. Stephen Salloway '71 has catapulted into the spotlight with the recent FDA approval of the first new drug therapy for the disease in nearly two decades. "This research finding and drug approval will accelerate advances, and there is no time to waste."
Ibby Eldredge ‘22, a junior boarding student from Lafayette, Louisiana, has been sewing since she was eight years old. She took Studio Art in the fall but was not able to fit an art elective into her busy academic schedule this spring, so she sought a way to marry her desire to continue studying art with Belle Struck '94 with her love for fashion and sewing. An independent study in fashion from the 1940s to the1990s was the perfect solution!
Elizabeth Turnbull Henry, president of the Environmental League of Massachusetts, shares her journey as a leader fighting on the front lines of climate change.