Lab Rat: Meredith Rogers Dubelman ’07 excels as engineer with GE Additive

April 21, 2017 | STEM
Behind the closed doors of the research laboratory is where Meredith Rogers Dubelman ’07 is in her element. As an Advanced Lead Engineer with GE Additive, Meredith is still getting her hands dirty doing research and development. OK, maybe her hands don’t get as dirty these days as much of her work is done with 3-D printing technology. “I love...
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CANCELED: Retired Marine Major General to speak at Marietta College

February 4, 2014 | Board of Trustees
Maj. Gen. Chris Cortez ’71, a member of Marietta College’s Board of Trustees, will be speaking on campus from 5-6 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 13. (CANCELED: Mr. Cortez was not able to make it to Marietta because of inclement weather) Cortez, who served in the U.S. Marine Corps for more than 33 years, will speak in the Alma McDonough Auditorium, and...
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UIR visitors gain valuable knowledge about Marietta's organization

October 12, 2007 | 2007
A recent visit to Marietta College by seven administrators from the University of International Relations (UIR) in Beijing, China, has been hailed as a big success by all involved. "The visitors were very impressed with our administrative team and they informed me that they have learned a lot from their discussions with us," said Dr....
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Tardivo Alcoser ’02 remembers what makes Marietta special

June 14, 2016 | Visiting Executive
Jerry Tardivo Alcoser ’02 was overcome by nostalgic memories as she watched students take their seats in a small classroom in the McDonough Center. “It is a completely different (college),” she says. “The essence is still there, but as I walk around and see all these new buildings, the feeling is just amazing. The campus is as beautiful as...
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Founders Day speaker to offer expert advice on health care debate

January 17, 2011 | 2011
Dr. Marilyn Moon, a member of Marietta College’s Board of Trustees, doesn’t claim to have all of the answers when it comes to the continuing health care debate in the U.S. However, she does have a lot of experience and a wealth of knowledge to share on the subject.
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Penn Distinguished Professor selected for Krause Lecture Series

February 26, 2017 | Krause Lecture
Dr. Marsha Lester, Edmund J. Kahn Distinguished Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Pennsylvania, will discuss climate change during the 2017 Ellis L. and Jennie Mae Krause Lecture in Science at Marietta College. She will discuss, “Climate Change: Chemistry, International Assessment and Policy,” at 7:00 p.m., Monday...
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We've Got Spirit, Yes We Do!

October 3, 2013 | Homecoming 2013
What’s the best way for members of The Long Blue Line, no matter where they are, to help Marietta College celebrate Homecoming Weekend 2013? We can think of thousands of possibilities! That’s why everyone is invited to participate in Pioneer Pride Day on Friday, October 11, 2013!
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Marietta College hosts summer oil and gas workshop for teachers

July 10, 2007 | 2007
If you've ever wondered why an M&M candy melts in your mouth and not in your hand, ask Bluffton High School's John George, one of the 37 science teachers who recently attended a two-day workshop at Marietta College. "It's the paraffin," George said during the first day of the workshop. Paraffin is a distillate of crude oil, which was one...
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Emeritus Professor honored by Ohio Oil and Gas organization

April 8, 2016 | Awards
The Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program (OOGEEP) recently awarded Marietta College Emeritus Professor Dr. Robert W. Chase the 2016 OOGEEP Pipeline Award for his numerous positive contributions to Ohio and the state’s oil and gas industry. Chase served as chair of the Edwy R. Brown Department of Petroleum Engineering and Geology at...
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Jamie Corwin ’14 becomes seventh generation on father’s side to attend Marietta

November 30, 2010 | 2010
When Bill Corwin ’78 came to visit his son Jamie ’14 (Lakeside, Mont.) in September, he pointed out his old band seat.   “We had a college jazz band that was big fun,” Bill says. “I was telling Jamie, ‘This is where we rehearsed and recorded our album.’ ”    
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In Memoriam: Robert Walsh (1940-2017)

January 24, 2017 | Alumnus
Robert “Bob” WalshSeptember 20, 1940 — January 23, 2017 Before Robert “Bob” Walsh was a well-known name in professional sports, broadcasting and business, he was a broadcast major at Marietta College studying under the likes of Mass Media Professor Bernard Russi Jr. With great sadness, the Marietta College community learned that Walsh died...
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2009 alumna hired as Academic Support Coordinator in ARC

August 19, 2013 | 2013
As an undergraduate, Keira Hambrick ’09 learned a lot about herself while tutoring fellow classmates. “I enjoyed working for both the Academic Resource Center and the Writing Center,” she said. “Helping other students to understand everything from the Krebs cycle to thesis statements was a great way for me to connect with my peers, and also...
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Dave and Brenda Rickey pledge $2 million toward Library Project

February 1, 2007 | 2007
Dave Rickey '78 was reared on technology. His everyday vocabulary includes words such as semiconductors and high performance communication chips. Mention the library's Dewey Decimal System to him and you might get a blank stare.
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Alumni support helps Marietta surpass annual giving goal

July 22, 2015 | The Marietta Fund
Brandee Norris , Executive Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Engagement, knew that reaching the $1.85 million Marietta Fund goal was critically important to the College.
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Environmental Science and Leadership professor to be recognized by AWRA

October 8, 2010 | 2010
One look at Dr. Eric Fitch’s office and it’s easy to see you have a person who loves his work. Better yet, his work is a passion. His zeal for the environment is not lost on his colleagues around the world. Fitch, Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Leadership at Marietta College, will receive the Icko Iben Award from the...
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Remembering the milestone moments of 2016

December 16, 2016 | Year in Review
A look at Marietta College’s 2016 year in review has the potential of journeying on to be a 366-day highlight reel (yes, adding to the highlights was the fact that 2016 was a leap year).
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Three physics majors present at Ohio’s American Physical Society

April 5, 2013 | 2013
Three Marietta College students majoring in physics — Jen Kachel ’13 (Woodsfield, Ohio), Shelby Lee ’13 (Galloway, Ohio) and Lin Su ’13 (Beijing, China) — presented their capstone research posters at the Ohio-region Section of the American Physical Society at Ohio University.
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Deas, Gliva named Marietta College Homecoming royalty

October 14, 2006 | 2006
Marietta College seniors Ashley Deas and Craig Gliva were crowned Homecoming 2006 royalty during halftime of the Pioneers' football game against John Carroll on Saturday (Oct. 14). The announcing of queen and king was just one of the many highlights in a weekend full of activities for students and alumni. Other memorable moments included...
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College to welcome 300 to alumni ranks at 178th Commencement

April 28, 2015 | Commencement 2015
In less than one week, approximately 300 seniors will don their caps and gowns, preparing for that special moment when they get to turn their tassels and officially become graduates of Marietta College. Though she’s looking forward to this weekend, Kelsey Jeffery ’15 (The Plains, Ohio) is also experiencing mixed feelings about what this...
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Mid-Ohio Valley College Night returns to Marietta

September 1, 2010 | 2010
The eighth annual Mid-Ohio Valley College Night is coming to the Marietta College campus once again bringing along with it more than 70 colleges and universities. From 6:30-8:30 p.m., Monday, Sept. 13, high school students can learn more about their options for post-secondary education. Co-sponsored by Marietta College and The Marietta Times...
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College honors 21 students during December Graduation Celebration

December 11, 2016 | Commencement
A few students were emotional, others were smiling ear to ear and a couple just wanted to hand the microphone off to the next person. That’s typically how Marietta College’s annual December Graduation Celebration — an informal event to acknowledge the newest members of The Long Blue Line. Twenty-one of the possible 46 graduates participated...
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Keller ’99 uses sign language to connect students with schoolwork

February 1, 2013 | Sign Language
In Caryn Clevenger Keller’s field, words take on a much greater meaning than the two-dimensional black and white marks on a page — they work together to form visual concepts and messages. They have three dimensions.
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Marietta College's Summer Reading Camp offering great experience

June 29, 2006 | 2006
Marietta College's Department of Education is offering a four-week summer reading camp from 9 to 11:45 a.m. daily. The camp, which is for children entering kindergarten through sixth grade in the fall of 2006, ends July 14. The Reading Camp is a practicum experience that allows education majors to work as teachers with children from schools...
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2007 alumnus lands recurring role on NBC hit

February 4, 2015 | 2015
When a few entertainment websites shared the news that Nick Gehlfuss ’07 had just landed a recurring role on an established NBC show, word spread across the Marietta College campus fast.
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Banker, philanthropist John. G. McCoy ’35 passes away at the age of 97

April 5, 2010 | 2010
Before John G. McCoy became a banking giant and one of Ohio’s biggest philanthropists, he was a Marietta College student. Born and raised in Marietta, McCoy graduated from Marietta College with a Bachelor of Arts in Business in 1935. The man known around campus as “Mr. Marietta,” died Sunday (April 4, 2010) at his home in New Albany, Ohio. He...
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