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Wittenberg Biology Student Makes Most Of Summer Internship Researching Agricultural Herbicides

December 3, 2010  
 in Campus Headlines, Profiles, Science

Wittenberg Biology Student Makes Most Of Summer Internship Researching Agricultural Herbicides

The knee injury that forced Carl Coburn, class of 2011 from Cincinnati, Ohio, off Wittenberg University’s soccer pitch during his freshman year was a disappointment that could have been a real setback for him. Instead, Coburn decided to put all his focus into his studies, a move that continues to pay significant dividends. “My injury […]

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Innovative Saturday Science Program Continues March 20

Innovative Saturday Science Program Continues March 20

Springfield, Ohio – The seventh meeting of the 2009-2010 Wittenberg Saturday Science program is scheduled for 10 a.m.-noon Saturday, March 20, in the Barbara Deer Kuss Science Center, featuring a presentation titled “Springfield’s Animal Community” by Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Richard Phillips. Wittenberg Saturday Science is an outreach program started in January 2008 that […]

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Educator, NPR’s “Math Guy” Keith Devlin To Speak At IBM Endowed Lecture In The Sciences Feb. 4

December 10, 2009  
 in Campus Headlines, Science

Educator, NPR’s “Math Guy” Keith Devlin To Speak At IBM Endowed Lecture In The Sciences Feb. 4

Springfield, Ohio — Holder of a multitude of professional titles but best known simply as the “Math Guy” on National Public Radio (NPR), Keith Devlin will make a presentation at the 2010 Witt Series-sponsored IBM Endowed Lecture in the Sciences at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 4, in Bayley Auditorium, located inside Wittenberg’s state-of-the-art Barbara Deer […]

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Wittenberg Receives National Science Foundation Grant To Supercharge Computer Science Curriculum

December 8, 2009  
 in Campus Headlines, Featured, Science

Wittenberg Receives National Science Foundation Grant To Supercharge Computer Science Curriculum

Springfield, Ohio — Speed. Acceleration. Impact. Terms normally reserved for NASCAR or space flight have taken new meaning at Wittenberg University thanks to a grant recently received by the Department of Computer Science from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The $190,000 grant is part of an effort to create a cutting-edge curriculum in which technologies […]

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Innovative Wittenberg Saturday Science Program Continues Dec. 5

November 19, 2009  
 in Campus Headlines, Science

Innovative Wittenberg Saturday Science Program Continues Dec. 5

Springfield, Ohio — The fourth meeting of the 2009-2010 Wittenberg Saturday Science program is scheduled for 10 a.m.-noon Saturday, Dec. 5, in the Barbara Deer Kuss Science Center, featuring a presentation titled “From Stellar Nurseries to Microchips: The Ubiquitous (dusy) plasma state of matter” by Assistant Professor of Physics Jeremiah Williams. Wittenberg Saturday Science is […]

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