One month after winning the top spot in the first round of Marietta College’s PioBiz competition, Lilly Posti ’25 (Burgettstown, Pennsylvania) and Alexis Sommers ’25 (Nelsonville, Ohio) were already turning their idea into a reality.
Marietta College has been awarded a Choose Ohio First (COF) grant by the Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) to support students in critical STEM fields.
The Chemistry Department celebrated its own special send-off for four students who will present during next week’s American Chemical Society’s national meeting in San Diego.
Dr. Daniel Ciccarone, who has conducted extensive research on the opioid crisis that is impacting communities across the U.S., will speak about “Addiction in Communities” at the 2022 Ellis L. and Jennie Mae Krause Lecture in Science at Marietta College on Wednesday, March 30th.
President Bill Ruud, in consultation with the Renewal, Tenure and Promotion Committee and Provost and Dean of the Faculty Dr. Janet Bland, and with the approval of the Board of Trustees, has recently promoted and awarded tenure to six faculty members.
Continuing a positive trend for Marietta College's Public Accounting program, all five students from the Spring 2021 capstone seminar secured jobs prior to graduation and are enjoying the early stages of their careers.
Starting with a PioBiz workshop on Thursday, January 27th, the Entrepreneurship Program at Marietta College will offer six events throughout the Spring 2022 semester under the umbrella of the Riverview Credit Union Mid-Ohio Valley Entrepreneurship Expo. All the events are in-person and free to the public.
Dr. Michael Morgan ’10 is the 41st different person to be named a McCoy Professor at Marietta College since its inception in 1995.
What sets him apart is that he is the first Marietta graduate to receive the College’s most prestigious teaching honor.
Marietta College Professor Grace Johnson’s Tableau-based data analytics assignment for junior accounting majors was awarded Honorable Mention in the short case category by the Association of International Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
The main reason Zach Boyd ’22 (Kent, Ohio) transferred to Marietta College in Fall 2020 was to play baseball for the nation’s premier NCAA Division III program.
But he also had another good reason.