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Fullbright-Rich Faculty

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George Hudson, professor of political science, and Heather Wright, assistant professor of political science, are the latest in a long line of Fulbright Award winners at Wittenberg.

See story online at www.wittenberg.edu/fulbright.

Alumni World, Reflections, Summer 2010 »

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A Wittenberg Moment

Every few years, the Wittenberg University Choir passes through town as part of a tour through the northeastern United States. Andrea and I saw them perform Saturday night, March 6, at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Ardmore, Pa. I have seen the choir perform several times over the years, and every time I leave feeling blessed, spiritually uplifted and culturally enriched. The collective sounds of these young people’s voices are beautiful, a mosaic of harmony and acoustic perfection.

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Keely Jackson Boomhower ’98

A career in education was the last thing art major Keely Jackson Boomhower had in mind while she was at Wittenberg. To fulfill her service requirement, she volunteered at Nightingale Montessori in Springfield, not because she was interested in teaching, but because she was intrigued by the Montessori method (she herself had once attended a Montessori school).

Alumni Profiles, Alumni World, Summer 2010 »

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Simon Runs for Lt. Governor

Alumni Board member Sheila J. Simon ’83 has been named the Democratic Party’s 2010 nominee for Lieutenant Governor of Illinois. A clinical associate professor of law at Southern Illinois University (SIU) School of Law, Simon, daughter of the late U.S. Sen. Paul Simon, will join Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn on the Democratic ticket.

Alumni World, Reflections, Summer 2010 »

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Finding Hope Through The Fund

Wittenberg offered me the chance to become all I ever dreamed – to study molecular biology and help develop the great medicines of the future. My mother and brother had a hard time accepting my decision to leave and come to America, but the yearning for education was burning within me. Because of generous gifts like yours, I am the first in my family to ever attend college.

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Jeremy Hunter ’94

Ten years ago Jeremy Hunter ’94 piloted an innovative class called “The Management of Experience” at the Peter F. Drucker School of Management in California. There was no course like it at the school (or at any business school), and Hunter was sure only a handful of students would sign up. Instead, the class filled to capacity and became one of the highest-rated classes, which spurred him to create two “sequel” classes.