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Late in the Tiger women’s soccer team’s final 2006 preseason scrimmage, goalkeeper Jordan Bamberger ’09 was involved in a collision that re-shaped her collegiate career. She had sustained a serious injury to her left knee, described as a varus stress…

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New Science Outreach Effort Inspires Young Minds

Designed to expose area high school and home-schooled students to science and its many possibilities, Wittenberg has launched a Saturday Science program. Eight academic departments – biology, chemistry, computer science, geography, geology, mathematics, physics and psychology – are collaborating on the free program, which began Jan. 24 and is now running once a month throughout the school year.

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Study-Abroad Options Discussed With Namesake

Following its strategic plan initiative to infuse the curriculum with international perspective, Wittenberg welcomed four distinguished guests from Wittenberg, Germany, Feb. 9, to begin a dialogue regarding a possible partnership to provide semester-long study-abroad programs for Wittenberg students.

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Annual Fund Welcomes Two New Faces

Chelsea White and Kristen Kelly ’01 recently joined the Office of Advancement as assistant directors for The Wittenberg Fund, the sustaining fund for the university.
White received her bachelor’s degree in communication and public advocacy from Ohio University in 2007, and she has completed the requirements of the International Corporate Media graduate program at Marietta College. In addition to managing Wittenberg’s new phone center, White will guide the senior class giving program and assist with athletics fundraising.