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Arctic Adventure – A Wittenberg Magazine Special Feature

June 21, 2012  
 in Featured

Thanks to one professor, three Wittenberg juniors took a trip of a lifetime in 1926. The following chronicles their adventure as described through the writings of Harold “Stally” Stallsmith. On June 7, Erhardt “Duke” Kunde Orville “Bud” Myers and Harold “Stally” Stallsmith left Springfield, Ohio, in a Model-T with a statio n wagon body (auto […]

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Progressive Professor: Wittenberg’s Rick Incorvati Connects Classroom and Community

January 12, 2012  
 in Community, Featured

Progressive Professor: Wittenberg’s Rick Incorvati Connects Classroom and Community

Springfield, Ohio –For Associate Professor of English Rick Incorvati, sustainability, human rights, community engagement and equality are not words just tossed around; they embody him and provide the compass through which he directs his life. “I’ve always been taken by the Quaker notion that each person has a concern – that is, some issue that […]

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Wittenberg Alumni Kick Off Homecoming With Inaugural Tiger Tri

October 21, 2011  
 in Community, Events, Featured

Wittenberg Alumni Kick Off Homecoming With Inaugural Tiger Tri

Springfield, Ohio – As the cool temps of autumn usher in Homecoming Weekend, Oct. 21-22, Wittenberg alumni from all generations will come together to kick-off a range of activites. For one alumnus, Timothy Kremchek ‘81, an orthopedic surgeon with Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine of the Greater Cincinnati Area, the weekend offers a chance to […]

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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 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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Mark Sullivan Named Wittenberg’s First-Ever Chief Marketing & Communications Officer

July 5, 2011  
 in Community, Featured

Mark Sullivan Named Wittenberg’s First-Ever Chief Marketing & Communications Officer

Springfield, Ohio – With more than 20 years of senior marketing communications leadership in both non-profit and corporate settings, Mark Sullivan will now lead Wittenberg’s strategic marketing efforts as the university’s first-ever chief marketing & communications officer (CMCO). Sullivan, who will begin his new duties July 1, is currently the director of strategic marketing & […]

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Wittenberg University’s Blair Hall Becomes Clark County’s First LEED Certified Building

June 30, 2011  
 in Community, Featured

Wittenberg University’s Blair Hall Becomes Clark County’s First LEED Certified Building

Springfield, Ohio – A $5 million dollar construction project completed in August 2010 not only renovated Wittenberg University’s historic Blair Hall into a state-of-the-art educational facility, but it was done in an environmentally conscious manner that resulted in the first LEED certification in Clark County. University officials were recently notified that Blair Hall had attained […]

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Wittenberg Names Jim Geiger As New Vice President for University Advancement

June 2, 2011  
 in Community, Featured

Wittenberg Names Jim Geiger As New Vice President for University Advancement

Springfield, Ohio – Jim Geiger, senior director of development and alumni relations at The Ohio State University, has been named the new vice president for university advancement at Wittenberg, President Mark H. Erickson announced. Geiger is expected to begin his new duties July 1. “I am excited to welcome Jim to the Wittenberg family,” Erickson […]

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Wittenberg’s School of Community Education Graduates Distinguished 2011 Class

May 11, 2011  
 in Community, Featured

Wittenberg’s School of Community Education Graduates Distinguished 2011 Class

Springfield, Ohio – Among the hundreds of Wittenberg University students who cross the stage in picturesque Commencement Hollow during the university’s annual graduation ceremony, the loudest cheers commonly arise for “non-traditional” students who earn their degrees through the School of Community Education (SCE). In most cases, graduating SCE students have juggled families, jobs, school and […]

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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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