2024 Year in Review at Coe

January

Physics students

Coe College's Society of Physics Students chapter was once again named an Outstanding Chapter. This is the society's highest honor, and is awarded to less than 15% of the 800 chapters. The continued dedication and successes of our students and faculty has helped Coe earn this honor for over 20 years.

Prospective Coe students in the snow

Future Kohawks from 23 states joined us for the first Admitted Student Weekend of 2024. 
 

Five Coe students attend Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics

Five Coe students and Associate Professor of Mathematics Brittney Miller attended the Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics in Lincoln, Nebraska. Students presented their summer research projects to peers from across the country.

February

DJ Patil and Bill Schmarzo

DJ Patil, the first-ever U.S. chief data scientist was the speaker for the 2024 Contemporary Issues Forum. Kohawk Bill Schmarzo '79 moderated the event. 

Coe physic's professor teaching two Coe students

Coe announced the addition of a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree to its 60+ areas of study beginning in the 2024-25 academic year. 

Prospective students and families listening to student faculty and staff panel

Prospective Kohawks joined us on campus for our February Crimson & Gold Visit Day. Visitors connected with current students, faculty and staff to get their questions answered.

Coe women's bowling team high fiving

The Coe College women's bowling team finished at a program-best 20th in the final season rankings from the US Bowling Congress. The Kohawks earned their second-straight bid to the Intercollegiate Team Championship sectional round, to the Allen Park, Michigan sectional.

March

Coe student at Major Declaration Day

Students declared majors from across the 60+ available areas of study at Major Declaration Day.

Courier Spring 2024 Cover

The spring edition of the Courier was published. 

Students touring KCRG during externship

Kohawks embarked on the annual spring break externship organized by C3: Creativity, Careers, Community. The group visited the Cedar Rapids Public Library, Tanager, AereTek and Actalent, U.S. District Courthouse, met with the Cedar Rapids Metro Economic Alliance and toured local ABC TV affiliate KCRG-TV9.

Coe College tour guides

Future Kohawks joined us for Kohawk Spirit Day to learn more about life at Coe.