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Sociology Department Presents Professor Sean Kay “Afghanistan and America’s Global Role: 10+ Years of War – What’s Next?”

November 23, 2011  
 in Community, Events, Humanities

Sociology Department Presents Professor Sean Kay “Afghanistan and America’s Global Role: 10+ Years of War – What’s Next?”

Springfield, Ohio – Wittenberg University’s Department of Sociology presents a colloquium featuring Professor Sean Kay at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1, in Bayley Auditorium, Barbara Deer Kuss Science Center, 315 Bill Edwards Drive. Kay will speak about “Afghanistan and America’s Global Role: 10+ Years of War — What’s Next?” The program is free and open […]

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Wittenberg International Student Pens U.S. Senate Resolution

April 25, 2011  
 in Community, Featured, Humanities

Wittenberg International Student Pens U.S. Senate Resolution

Springfield, Ohio – Few college students can say they have had the thrill of seeing a resolution they prepared drafted into law by the United States Senate. Even fewer international students can make such a claim. Yet that is the rarefied company kept by Wittenberg University senior Ben Fricke, an international student hailing from Radis, […]

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Wittenberg Department of Education Increases Graduate Courses

April 12, 2011  
 in Community, Humanities

Wittenberg Department of Education Increases Graduate Courses

Springfield, Ohio – Wittenberg University, a respected leader in teacher education, increases its Master of Arts in Education course offerings this summer for teachers who want to increase their professional knowledge or renew their licensure. The department will also offer professional development courses. In addition, the State of Ohio has approved the Early Childhood and […]

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Wittenberg University Art Students Finalists For Scholarship Award

February 22, 2011  
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Wittenberg University Art Students Finalists For Scholarship Award

 Springfield, Ohio – A pair of Wittenberg University art students were recently nominated for the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio (AICUO) Award for Excellence in the Visual Arts. Kali Parmley, class of 2011 from Rushsylvania, Ohio, and Katalin Beavers, class of 2011 from Columbus, Ohio, are among the outstanding senior artists from […]

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Wittenberg Professor To Present At Global Education Speakers Series Jan. 13

January 4, 2011  
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Wittenberg Professor To Present At Global Education Speakers Series Jan. 13

Springfield, Ohio – Wittenberg University’s Center for Civic & Urban Engagement (CCUE) and the Global Education and Peace Network continue the Global Education Speakers Series with a presentation by Wittenberg Associate Professor of Chinese Language and Cultural Studies Howard Y.F. Choy at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 13, in Room 105, Joseph C. Shouvlin Center for […]

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Wittenberg History Journal Wins National Competition

December 14, 2010  
 in Campus Headlines, Humanities

Wittenberg History Journal Wins National Competition

Springfield, Ohio – Judged best in the nation for the combination of its scholarly merit, variety of papers, layout and design, and cover artistry, the Wittenberg University History Journal’s 2010 volume Commerce, Culture and Control: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Past (Vol. 39) has received the Gerald D. Nash History Journal Prize from the Phi Alpha […]

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Wittenberg Celebrates 40 Years Of East Asian Studies Program

March 17, 2010  
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Wittenberg Celebrates 40 Years Of East Asian Studies Program

Springfield, Ohio – Wittenberg University’s acclaimed East Asian Studies Program (EAS) celebrates its 40th anniversary from 1-5 p.m. Saturday, March 20, in the atrium and Ness Family Auditorium of Hollenbeck Hall. The celebration will include reflections by Professor Emeritus of Religion Gene Swanger, who started the program, and Professor Emeritus of History Jim Huffman. It […]

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Alum Makes Unique Gift To Psychology, History Departments

March 11, 2010  
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Alum Makes Unique Gift To Psychology, History Departments

  Springfield, Ohio – Recognizing the gift of a life-changing education he received from Wittenberg, Louis Meyer Brown, class of 2000 from Chicago, Ill., has committed $10,000 annually to support the university’s psychology and history departments. Brown, vice president of wealth management at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC in Chicago, worked with his family’s foundation, […]

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Center for Civic & Urban Engagement Continues Conference Series Dedicated To Strengthening Afterschool Programs

Center for Civic & Urban Engagement Continues Conference Series Dedicated To Strengthening Afterschool Programs

Springfield, Ohio – Wittenberg University’s Center for Civic & Urban Engagement will host the second “The Power & Promise of Afterschool” conference from 8:15 a.m.-12 p.m. Tuesday, March 9, in Room 105 of the Joseph C. Shouvlin Center for Lifelong Learning, 737 North Fountain Ave. The conference, the second of four focused on strengthening afterschool […]

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Professor’s Groundbreaking Book On Urban Studies Earns Accolades

February 5, 2010  
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Professor’s Groundbreaking Book On Urban Studies Earns Accolades

Springfield, Ohio – The groundbreaking book Doing Justice In Our Cities by Wittenberg Professor of Religion and Director of Urban Studies Warren Copeland was recently named one of the “Top 10 Books to Guide Us in 2010″ by e-zine ReadtheSpirit.com. After introducing the book’s premise and providing background information on Copeland, Crumm, a former columnist […]

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