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October 25, 2010  
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Wittenberg Freshman Earns International AP Scholar Award From College Board

September 30, 2010  
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Wittenberg Freshman Earns International AP Scholar Award From College Board

Springfield, Ohio — Many incoming freshmen enter Wittenberg University with college credit earned from taking Advanced Placement (AP) exams. Very few, however, can match the 20 AP exams passed by Peiqian Li, class of 2014, an astonishing achievement that earned him the International AP Scholar Award from the College Board this year. A native of […]

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Wittenberg Professor To Present Research During Local Dance And Culture Event

September 24, 2010  
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Wittenberg Professor To Present Research During Local Dance And Culture Event

Springfield, Ohio – Wittenberg University Associate Professor of Theatre and Dance Shih-Ming Li Chang has traveled to China and Taiwan numerous times during the past decade to collect film footage of dances and interviews with prominent artists and dance scholars to create a video of Chinese dance performances. Her focus shifted when she was asked […]

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Wittenberg Awarded $1.17 Million For STEM Teacher Training Program

September 7, 2010  
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Wittenberg Awarded $1.17 Million For STEM Teacher Training Program

Springfield, Ohio – In August Wittenberg University became one of only two private liberal arts schools this year to receive a grant from the highly competitive Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The $1.17 million award will provide scholarships to 16 Wittenberg junior and senior math and science majors […]

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Wittenberg Professor Pens Book On The Role Of Civilians In World War I

September 3, 2010  
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Wittenberg Professor Pens Book On The Role Of Civilians In World War I

Springfield, Ohio – Years of meticulous research have culminated in the release of Wittenberg University Professor of History Tammy Proctor’s fourth book, Civilians in a World at War, 1914-1918, on Aug. 30. Proctor said the new book examines ways in which ordinary people were drawn into warfare in the 20th century, and it also looks […]

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Wittenberg Department of Communication Earns Prestigious National Award

September 1, 2010  
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Wittenberg Department of Communication Earns Prestigious National Award

Springfield, Ohio – Wittenberg University’s Department of Communication will be recognized by its peers with the 2010 Rex Mix Program of Excellence Award, the top honor presented annually by the Undergraduate College and University Section of the National Communication Association (NCA), at the organization’s convention in San Francisco, Nov. 14-17.  “This is an auspicious distinction, […]

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New Springfield Center for the Arts at Wittenberg University Announced During Annual Art Ball

August 30, 2010  
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New Springfield Center for the Arts at Wittenberg University Announced During Annual Art Ball

Springfield, Ohio – Knowing the difference the arts can make in a community, in the classroom, and in the lives of children and adults, the Springfield Museum of Art, Arts Interface Creative Group and Wittenberg University will now offer even more dynamic programming as part of the newly dedicated Springfield Center for the Arts at […]

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Wittenberg Welcomes Diverse, Accomplished Class of 2014 To Campus

August 19, 2010  
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Wittenberg Welcomes Diverse, Accomplished Class of 2014 To Campus

Springfield, Ohio — Wittenberg University rolled out the red carpet on Thursday, Aug. 19, for an academically astute and diverse freshman class. Members of the Class of 2014 were welcomed in the same personal manner that they were recruited as a large contingent of faculty and staff members joined nearly 100 orientation assistants (OAs) to […]

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Wittenberg Students Impact The Environment Through Community Service Work At Tecumseh Land Trust

August 19, 2010  
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Wittenberg Students Impact The Environment Through Community Service Work At Tecumseh Land Trust

Springfield, Ohio – Tecumseh Land Trust (TLT), the first accredited land trust in Ohio dedicated to preserving land in Clark and Greene counties and surrounding areas, was a natural fit for a pair of Wittenberg students to not only complete their community service graduation requirements but make a difference in the world through environmental conservation. […]

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Wittenberg Interns Transform Community Through Work With Hollandia Botanical Gardens Festival

August 13, 2010  
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Wittenberg Interns Transform Community Through Work With Hollandia Botanical Gardens Festival

Springfield, Ohio – Wittenberg University students Heidi Wollaeger, class of 2011 from Highland Heights, Ohio, and Stephanie Zmina, class of 2012 from Willoughby, Ohio, recently combined professional aspirations with environmental passions to create community service projects that not only satisfied university graduation requirements but helped to beautify their adopted community. Wittenberg’s 30-hour community service graduation requirement […]

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