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Wittenberg Welcomes Toni Blackman As Artist-In-Residence Nov. 6-9

November 4, 2011  
 in Arts and Culture, Events

Wittenberg Welcomes Toni Blackman As Artist-In-Residence Nov. 6-9

Springfield, Ohio – The Wittenberg University Office of the First-Year Experience presents its 2011 Visiting Artist in Residence, Toni Blackman, an international champion of hip-hop culture, an American rapper, performer, writer, artist development/consultant and State Department Musical Ambassador. Blackman will be on campus from Sunday through Wednesday, Nov. 6-9, and during her visit she will […]

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2011-12 Wittenberg Saturday Science Program Opens Oct. 22

October 19, 2011  
 in Community, Events, Science

2011-12 Wittenberg Saturday Science Program Opens Oct. 22

Springfield, Ohio – The 2011-12 Wittenberg Saturday Science program opens at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, in the Barbara Deer Kuss Science Center with a presentation titled “Avian Altruism: Predator Mobbing” by Assistant Professor of Biology Richard Phillips. Wittenberg Saturday Science is an outreach program started in January 2009 that exposes area high school and […]

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Wittenberg Student’s Life Story Leads To Passion For Service

October 10, 2011  
 in Featured, Science

Wittenberg Student’s Life Story Leads To Passion For Service

Springfield, Ohio – On Feb. 13, 2008, Evan Cameron, class of 2014, went into full cardiac arrest at his home in Dover, Ohio. His father, an emergency room physician, immediately performed CPR until help arrived. A short time later, a shock from an automated external defibrillator was administered, and Cameron was then taken by life […]

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Wittenberg Series Welcomes Famed Comedy Troupe Second City Touring Company Oct. 20

October 6, 2011  
 in Arts and Culture, Community, Events

Wittenberg Series Welcomes Famed Comedy Troupe Second City Touring Company Oct. 20

Springfield, Ohio – One of the world’s best-known comedy troupes will make a return engagement to Wittenberg University as Second City Touring Company performs at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20, in Chakeres Memorial Theatre, 905 Woodlawn Avenue. The show, Laugh Out Loud, is presented by The Wittenberg Series with support from the […]

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Wittenberg Theatre Department Presents Crimes Of The Heart

September 22, 2011  
 in Arts and Culture, Arts Scene, Events

Wittenberg Theatre Department Presents Crimes Of The Heart

Springfield, Ohio – The Wittenberg University Department of Theatre and Dance presents its first mainstage production of the 2011-12 academic year, Crimes of the Heart by Beth Henley, directed by Corwin Georges, professor of theatre and dance and department chair. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 6-8, and at 2 p.m. Sunday, […]

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Wittenberg Professor Emeritus Of Art Leaves Mark On Community

September 6, 2011  
 in Arts and Culture, Community

Wittenberg Professor Emeritus Of Art Leaves Mark On Community

Springfield, Ohio – As the Labor Day holiday weekend unfolded, travelers in and around Whitehall, Mich., likely caught a glimpse of Wittenberg University Professor Emeritus of Art George Ramsay’s artwork in the old-fashioned small town located five miles from the Lake Michigan coastline. Ramsay’s latest public work, titled Sailboat/Trees in Whitehall, was created using two […]

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Wittenberg University Receives $6 Gift To Endow Center for Civic & Urban Engagement

August 17, 2011  
 in Campus Headlines, Community

Wittenberg University Receives $6 Gift To Endow Center for Civic & Urban Engagement

Springfield, Ohio – Earlier today, Wittenberg University President Mark H. Erickson shared with the campus community news of a $6 million gift from Susan Hirt Hagen, Class of 1957, to endow its Center for Civic & Urban Engagement. “All of us in the Wittenberg family are deeply grateful that Susan’s shared passion for service led […]

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Wittenberg Alumna Earns Award From National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow Program

July 28, 2011  
 in Community, Featured, Science

Wittenberg Alumna Earns Award From National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow Program

Springfield, Ohio — The ambitious academic and professional pursuits of Wittenberg University alumna Jennifer Knapp, class of 2010, were recently given a significant boost when she was named a fellow in the Graduate Research Fellow Program (GRFP) of the National Science Foundation (NSF). Knapp is one of seven University of Wisconsin-Madison chemistry graduate students to […]

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Wittenberg Celebrates Class of 2011 With 166th Commencement Exercises

Wittenberg Celebrates Class of 2011 With 166th Commencement Exercises

Springfield, Ohio — Forced to move indoors because of the threat of inclement weather, the members of Wittenberg University’s Class of 2011 allowed nothing to dampen their spirits as they celebrated the culmination of their undergraduate academic careers during the 166th annual Commencement exercises. University President Mark H. Erickson led a celebration of the 387 […]

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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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