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Wittenberg Graduate Named Top 30 In The World After International Language Competition

August 31, 2011  
 in Community, Research

Wittenberg Graduate Named Top 30 In The World After International Language Competition

Springfield, Ohio – On the heels of his first-place national win, Bradley Roberts, Wittenberg class of 2011, is now among the Top 30 in the world following the 10th annual “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign College Students, July 16 to Aug. 8, in Changsha, the capital of central China’s Hunan Province. Roberts, a […]

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Wittenberg Alumna Earns Award From Lilly Graduate Fellows Program

July 18, 2011  
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Wittenberg Alumna Earns Award From Lilly Graduate Fellows Program

Springfield, Ohio — Wittenberg University alumna Alison Tyner Davis, class of 2006, was recently named a fellow in the fourth cohort of the Lilly Graduate Fellows Program (LFP) in the Humanities and Arts. Davis, who earned her bachelor’s degree from Wittenberg with a double major in English and philosophy, begins pursuit of a Ph.D. in […]

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Wittenberg Professor Awarded Fulbright Senior Scholar Award To Conduct Research In Estonia

May 23, 2011  
 in Community, Research

Wittenberg Professor Awarded Fulbright Senior Scholar Award To Conduct Research In Estonia

Springfield, Ohio – In an effort to extend his groundbreaking research on the growing engagement of the Russian Orthodox Church in European affairs and related issues of religion and churches in European-Russian Federation relations, Wittenberg University Professor of Sociology Jerry Pankhurst will teach in the Republic of Estonia in the spring of 2012 after receiving […]

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Wittenberg Student Earns Scholarship To Attend Intensive Language Institute In China

May 17, 2011  
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Wittenberg Student Earns Scholarship To Attend Intensive Language Institute In China

Springfield, Ohio – As each academic year draws to a close, many college students face uncertainty about what to do during the summer months. Jobs, vacations and summer classes are among the most popular options. Ian Chadd, Wittenberg University class of 2013 from Xenia, Ohio, faced no such dilemma this year. In hopes of furthering […]

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Fulbright Scholar-In-Residence Uses Technology To Bring The World To Wittenberg Classroom

April 6, 2011  
 in Community, Featured, Research

Fulbright Scholar-In-Residence Uses Technology To Bring The World To Wittenberg Classroom

Springfield, Ohio – Dedicated to preparing students for global citizenship, Wittenberg regularly finds ways to bring the world to its campus. That includes inviting international professors into the classroom such as Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Thea de Wet, a member of the university’s faculty roster this semester. Currently teaching an urban anthropology class on India, Brazil and […]

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Wittenberg Chemistry Student Wins National Award

January 28, 2011  
 in Headlines, Research

Wittenberg Chemistry Student Wins National Award

Springfield, Ohio – When senior chemistry major Christa Snyder learned via e-mail that she had won a poster competition for the Young Scientist Award, she found herself not just surprised, but shocked. “I was in a professor’s office and probably scared him a little bit with my inarticulate excitement,” said Snyder from Lancaster, Ohio. The […]

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Wittenberg Physicist Dan Fleisch Named Ohio Professor Of The Year

November 19, 2010  
 in Campus Headlines, Research

Wittenberg Physicist Dan Fleisch Named Ohio Professor Of The Year

Springfield, Ohio – Best-selling author Dan Fleisch, Wittenberg associate professor of physics, is known for doing anything necessary to help his students succeed. Two years ago, however, Fleisch took his commitment a step further – a huge step further, traveling nearly 700 miles on Christmas Day to ensure that Michel Cuhaci of Ottawa, Canada, had […]

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Wittenberg Alumnus Receives Fulbright Scholarship For The 2010-2011 Academic Year

October 22, 2010  
 in Featured, Research

Springfield, Ohio – Blake Troxel, Wittenberg University class of 2005, has been awarded a Fulbright U. S. Student Program scholarship to continue work on his master’s degree in Ecology/Environmental Studies at Yale University’s School of Forestry. The scholarship allows Troxel to return to the South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu, where he previously served three […]

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Wittenberg Professor To Present Research During Local Dance And Culture Event

September 24, 2010  
 in Headlines, Research

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

September 3, 2010  
 in Headlines, Research

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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