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University Earns Second NC AC All-Sports Trophy

Showing tremendous balance across its 23 varsity intercollegiate athletics teams and enjoying consistent success throughout the years, Wittenberg’s athletics program emerged victorious in the race for the 2009-10 North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) All-Sports championship.

Around Myers Hollow, Summer 2010 »

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Alumnus Gives $5.1 Million Estate Gift To Inspire Others

“My family’s gift is grounded in the desire to see the product of our lifetime of effort provide benefit beyond our lifetime,” Kilgore said. “Certain that others have been similarly enriched by their Wittenberg experiences but have yet to experience the joy which giving to our great university provides, I am hoping that our gift will challenge others to do the same.”

Around Myers Hollow, Summer 2010 »

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Thanks to $264,699 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant received through the Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) program, Assistant Professor of Physics Jeremiah Williams is introducing more students to plasma physics using a cutting-edge diagnostic system that allows for unique research opportunities. The grant allowed for the addition of a Tomographic Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) system to Williams’ laboratory.

Around Myers Hollow, In Memorium, Summer 2010 »

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G. Kenneth Andeen, who served as the 10th president of Wittenberg University from 1969 until 1974, died June 8. He was 91.

Around Myers Hollow, Summer 2010, Tiger Sports »

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Staci Bertelli Radtke ’97, Bill Bibbee ’71, Glenn Hendrix ’75, Larry Peacock ’70 and Anthony Robinson ’96 will join 184 other Wittenberg greats in the university’s Athletics Hall of Honor during 2010 Homecoming Weekend ceremonies, Oct. 8-10.

Around Myers Hollow, Summer 2010 »

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Community Service Honored With U.S. Flag

Wittenberg was awarded an American flag previously flown outside the U.S. Capitol as recognition for the hard work of 11 students during an alternative spring break trip in Bay St. Louis, Miss., earlier this spring. The flag flew outside of Wittenberg’s Benham-Pence Student Center, April 12-20.

Around Myers Hollow, Education, Summer 2010 »

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City Beat

Wittenberg’s journalism program may still be in its infancy, but its students are thinking big. In June, seven students participated in a four-week Journalism Institute to create a magazine about Chicago, doing everything from interviewing city residents and business owners to writing stories and designing the pages for the magazine.

Around Myers Hollow, Summer 2010 »

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Founded June 1, 1940 by Wittenberg President R. Edgar Tulloss, the Wittenberg Guild has raised significant funds for the university in the form of scholarships, art work, the Ann Miller Gallery, pianos for Krieg Hall, campus landscaping and the Wally Witt sculpture.

Around Myers Hollow, Summer 2010 »

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Archeology Team Discovers Gold In Egypt

For more than a decade, Darlene Brooks Hedstrom, associate professor of history, has studied monastic archeology in Egypt, taking students and alumni on digs in an attempt to bring international attention to one of the largest Christian settlements in the Middle East.

Around Myers Hollow, Class Notes, Summer 2010 »

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At the international Joint Statistics Meeting, held in Vancouver in August, Doug Andrews, professor of statistics, will present a paper for the statistical education section of the American Statistical Association, reviewing national efforts at incorporating statistical consulting in undergraduate programs, and highlighting the statistical consulting practicum that serves as a capstone experience for senior math majors on the new statistics track.