Sports Management students gain valuable game-day experience

December 16, 2016 | Experiential Learning
Natalie Bender ’17 (Akron, Ohio) got to touch the “Play Like a Champion” sign at Notre Dame. Brett Mattson ’18 (Parkersburg, West Virginia) ran the fog machine as West Virginia’s football team entered the field for a home game, and Kristina LaRocca ’18 (Strasburg, Ohio) escorted the singer onto the field for the National Anthem at a Steelers...
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Lacey Caparanis ’15

October 15, 2014 | 2014
Like many students, Lacey Caparanis ’15 (Warren, Ohio) knew after her first visit that she wanted to attend Marietta College. “No where else compared. I only applied to Marietta,” she says.
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Education majors generate excitement about history in local elementary school

December 7, 2016 | Community
Dressed in a denim jumpsuit and red bandana — in the same vein as Rosie the Riveter — Hannah Offenberger ’17 (Waterford, Ohio) asked a group of Harmar Elementary students on Thursday (December 1st) if they knew where they were and what they’d be doing. “That’s right,” she responded to one of the children, “we’re in 1917 America, in a...
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Marietta College to continue working on CARES project

October 21, 2016 | CARES
Officials at Marietta College are eager to continue working with the University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center on a study of manganese exposure in youth as it relates to brain development. The partnership began in 2008 and will continue now that UC has been awarded a $3.18 million...
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Annual Kids Academy for Mathematics accepting applications

February 21, 2014 | Kids Academy
Marietta College’s Kids Academy for Mathematics is looking for students currently enrolled in Pre-K through seventh grade to consider attending the one-week program this summer.
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Study puts Marietta among top colleges, universities in student success

September 29, 2016 | Annual Rankings
Marietta College ranks No. 221 nationally in the inaugural Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education survey of more than 1,000 U.S. colleges and universities released this week.
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15 students attend Clinton Global Initiative in Washington, D.C.

April 25, 2012 | 2012
Tiesha Anderson ’14 (Germantown, Md.) was expecting another run-of-the-mill conference when she joined 14 other Marietta College students for the Clinton Global Initiative in Washington, D.C.   It didn’t take long for her to alter her initial predisposition.  
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Faculty mentors played key role in Vierheller’s passion as teacher leader

July 22, 2016 | Student Success
In the four years since Emma Vierheller ’12 graduated from Marietta College, she has remained in contact with dozens of former students and professors — something she believes has helped her grow as a teaching professional. But no one communicates with Emma more than Dr. Tanya Judd Pucella, McCoy Associate Professor of Education.
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Four students present at Walsh undergraduate research conference

April 28, 2010 | Undergraduate Research
Four Marietta College students recently presented papers at the “All Politics Is Local” undergraduate research conference at Walsh University in Canton. Those who presented were:
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Marietta students finish in Top 5 of Effie Brand Challenge

May 25, 2016 | Achievement
For the third consecutive year, students from Marietta College’s Advertising & Public Relations Campaigns class has reached the semifinals of the Effie Collegiate Brand Challenge. Marietta’s team of Kayla Billos ’16 (Benwood, W.Va.), Kyle Dugan ’17 (Washington, Pa.), Caroline Sigmon ’17 (Hickory, N.C.) and Colin Williams ’16 (Brooklyn, N....
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Education professor chosen to present findings to state education board

February 22, 2006 | Faculty News
Dr. William Bauer, assistant professor and director of the Master of Arts in Education Program, has been selected by the Ohio Department of Education and the Special Education Professional Development Advisory Committee to present the results of his research on the Impact of Co-teaching in Ohio's Schools. His presentation is scheduled for 9 a...
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Marietta students take top prize at business case competition

April 8, 2016 | Business & Economics
Aaron Tice ’17 (St. Marys, West Virginia) has a simple explanation as to why he and two other Marietta College students recently won the annual Tau Pi Phi national business case competition in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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College receives $140,000 grant to help students with disabilities

October 17, 2015 | Education
Marietta College will receive $140,000 over five years as part of a federal grant that was awarded to Ohio State University to expand the transition to postsecondary education for students with intellectual disabilities.
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Education Professor to deliver keynote address at state meeting

October 20, 2017 | Education
McCoy Professor of Education Dr. Bill Bauer will give the keynote address at the State Support Team 16 Conference on Thursday, November 2nd in Chauncey, Ohio.
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Media Studies professor authors chapter in new pop culture book

June 9, 2015 | news2015
In the broad spectrum of popular culture today, everyone is a fan of something. Whether it’s the next reboot of a beloved ’80s franchise, the up-and-coming folk superstar or the newest fantasy novel with a boy wizard and misunderstood vampire duo, there is something for everyone to love.
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Marietta College students win Psychology Jeopardy again

April 27, 2017 | Psychology
Marietta College’s Psychology Department claimed the Psychology Jeopardy championship for the sixth time in seven years at the Tri State Psychology Conference at West Liberty University in Wheeling, West Virginia. The team of Daniel Carlsen ’18 (Vincent, Ohio), Megan Hendrich ’17 (Ravenna, Ohio), Brooklyn Howes ’17 (Albany, Ohio), Micayla...
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'Wilson and Origins of Neo-Conservatism’ next in WWI speaker series

March 16, 2015 | 2015
Marietta College’s Dr. Mark Schaefer will make the sixth presentation in the World War I colloquium — Exploring the Great War — at 7 p.m., Monday, March 23, in Thomas 124.   Schaefer will speak on “Woodrow Wilson and the Origins of Neo-Conservatism in American Foreign Policy.”
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Economist, attorney Robert Litan to speak at Milton Friedman Lecture

April 3, 2017 | Business & Economics
Economist and Attorney Robert Litan will deliver the keynote address at the 33rd annual Milton Friedman Lecture Series at Marietta College at 7:00 p.m., Monday, April 17th. Litan will make discuss “The Good Economy” in the Alma McDonough Auditorium. It is free and open to the public. Litan is a partner with Korein Tillery, LLC., and also is...
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White House adviser to speak at 31st annual Friedman Lecture

February 11, 2015 | Friedman Lecture
Dr. Betsey Stevenson, Member of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, is scheduled to deliver address for the 31st annual Milton Friedman Lecture.
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Student, faculty research shows Groundhog Effect on stock prices

January 9, 2017 | Groundhog Effect
Ashley Klopfenstein ’20 is well aware of the lore of Punxsutawney Phil. She has heard of the groundhog’s prediction skills when it comes to foreseeing an early spring on Feb. 2. However, she had no idea the impact the little guy had anticipating the ups and downs of the United States’ financial markets. “It is quirky, but when you look at...
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Duong Le — Business & Economics

December 1, 2014 | news2014
If you have any questions regarding finance, Dr. Duong Le is the person you should talk to.  The classes she teaches include Business Finance, International Finance, Investments, Risk Management, and Portfolio Management. Through her classes, Le hopes her students will learn that finance concepts are important and can benefit one’s personal...
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Marketing students benefit from partnership with PNC’s Mark Vizza ’98

December 11, 2016 | Alumni
Every college student has been assigned a case study to research and write a report. It’s right up there with group projects and adding a works cited page. Mark Vizza ’98 remembers them all too well, and every case study seemed to come from another era. “It drove me crazy and I wondered to myself, ‘Did nothing of significance happen at any...
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2018 NCAA Men’s Final Four host talks to sports management students

November 10, 2016 | NCAA Tournament
Students in the Sport Facility and Event Management course (SMGT 334) were treated to a high-profile guest lecturer on Thursday: Jenny Carnes, executive director of the San Antonio Local Organizing Committee (SALOC), the group charged with planning, executing, and evaluating the 2018 NCAA® Division I Men’s Final Four® on behalf of the city of...
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Marietta team reaches semifinals of EFFIE Collegiate Brand Challenge

May 9, 2014 | news2014
A three-student team from Instructor Lori Smith’s Advertising & Public Relations class placed in the semifinals of the 2014 EFFIE Collegiate Brand Challenge.
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Recent graduate earns CPA’s Elijah Watt Sells Award

September 19, 2016 | Awards
It’s such a miniscule number it almost doesn’t seem real; 0.0008. That’s the percentage of CPA candidates who won the 2015 Elijah Watt Sells Award — given to those who obtained a cumulative average score above 95.50 across all four sections of the Uniform CPA Examination, passed all four sections on their first attempt and completed testing...
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