Students return to campus for fall semester

August 29, 2016 | Back to School
The lull of summer break has come to a close and campus has once again become a bustling place with students and faculty ready for another great academic year. Throughout the day, students stopped into the Dyson Baudo Recreation Center for Pioneer Connect to have their schedules verified, obtain parking permits, learn about resources such as...
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Communication and Media Studies chair makes presentation in Oxford

September 16, 2005 | 2005
Dr. Jack Hillwig, professor and chairman of the Department of Communication and Media Studies at Marietta College, recently made a presentation on book design and chaired two discussion sessions on books at the Third International Conference on the Book held at Oxford Brookes University in Oxford, England.
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Revamped History class utilizing iPads to help in learning process

October 31, 2019 | Technology
Technology has made its way into just about every profession, which makes it crucial for colleges to find ways to blend its use in every major. For Marietta College’s newly revamped History 220 course, History Professor Matt Young has placed 49 iPads into the hands of students to learn about Human Geography and Geographic Information Systems...
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PioPitch returns with MOVEE special edition on Sept. 27

September 24, 2018
Marietta College’s 2018-19 PioPitch program will feature 13 presenters on five dates, starting with a special Mid-Ohio Valley Entrepreneurship Expo edition at 3:30 p.m., Thursday, September 27th, in the Dyson Baudo Recreation Center. The presenters are Drew Tanner, Director of Marketing for Peoples Bank Theatre, and Geoff Schenkel and...
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Branford Marsalis Quartet close out 2016-17 Esbenshade Series on April 23rd

April 11, 2017 | Esbenshade Series
The Branford Marsalis Quartet, along with guest vocalist Kurt Elling, will wrap up the 2016-17 Esbenshade Series at Marietta College on Sunday, April 23rd, at the Peoples Bank Theatre. The concert begins at 7 p.m. Tickets are sold out.
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Students develop bond, gain appreciation while mentoring autistic youngsters

March 28, 2014 | news2014
Trying to crack through the maze of an autistic mind is no easy task. Doctors and scientists have been working on this for years with some success, but no one has truly cracked the code. Pat Tegge ’14 (Glenshaw, Pa.), along with four other Marietta College peer mentors, may not have any concrete answers but they did learn first-hand this...
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Marietta College to host open house highlighting graduate programs

April 5, 2019 | Open House
In addition to having nearly 50 undergraduate majors, Marietta College is also home to three advanced-degree programs that prepare graduates for thriving careers in health-related professions. From 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Sunday, April 14, Marietta will shine the spotlight on its Physician Assistant Studies, Psychology and Clinical Mental Health...
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Marietta professor receives Excellence in Community Impact Award

November 6, 2017
Marietta College McCoy Professor of Education Dr. Bill Bauer is the 2017 recipient of the Excellence in Community Impact Award, presented by the Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI). Established by the Ohio State Legislation in 2005, OCLI’s mission is to inform public policy, consult and collaborate with both state and national...
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Pulitzer Prize winner to deliver 2016 Commencement Address

April 1, 2016 | Commencement
During the height of the deadly 2014 Ebola outbreak in Africa, a team of journalists from The New York Times began reporting on various aspects of the virus’ impact on West Africa that ranged from the medical community and global response to how a close-knit culture began changing in an effort to stave off the disease’s spread. For their...
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Junior wins first round of Marietta College’s PioBiz competition

October 22, 2019 | PioBiz
Marietta College’s Karson Snyder ’21 (Parkersburg, West Virginia) plans to revolutionize the way athletic recruiting services help high school students connect with colleges around the U.S. Snyder unveiled his idea, “Hidden Talents,” during the first round of Marietta College’s PioBiz competition and he claimed the top spot on Thursday,...
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Marietta comes in at No. 50 in annual Washington Monthly rankings

August 28, 2018 | Annual Rankings
Marietta College has placed 50th in a national ranking of baccalaureate colleges across the United States in regards to an institution’s contribution to the public good. The Washington Monthly 2018 College Guide and Rankings assesses institutions based on social mobility (graduation rate, first-generation performance, net price rank),...
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Students ready to square off in 2nd annual PioBiz competition

March 29, 2017 | PioBiz
Two Marietta College students will compete for the chance to receive up to $10,000 for startup expense reimbursements and in-kind services for their burgeoning business as part of the second annual PioBiz Business Plan Competition from 4:00-5:15 p.m., Friday, March 31st, in the Timothy O. Cooper Auditorium in Thomas Hall. In just over an...
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Land & Energy Management major to begin in fall of 2014

December 2, 2013 | news2013
Beginning in the fall of 2014, the Department of Business and Economics at Marietta College will be offering a Bachelor of Arts degree in Land & Energy Management.
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Marietta sending 3 faculty, 1 student to 55th annual MBAA International Conference

March 18, 2019 | Business
Faculty members in Marietta College’s Department of Business & Economics are dedicated to conducting research together and with undergraduate students. This collaborative work will be shared during the 55th annual MBAA International Conference, which opens Wednesday, March 27th, in Chicago. Participating in this year’s event, which runs...
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Marietta mourns passing of beloved Geology professor

March 7, 2016 | Fred Voner
For three decades, Dr. Fred Voner was a staple in the Petroleum Engineering and Geology Department. “He told me in January that he hoped he could teach for at least two more years,” said Wendy Bartlett, Geology instructor and his longtime friend. “I told him I couldn’t imagine teaching without him.”
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Unheralded Women's Wednesday kicks off with Dr. Ann Bragg

September 27, 2019 | Unheralded Women's Wednesday
No matter the subject field or line of work, it’s no secret that women are far too often overlooked by history textbooks, despite having major accomplishments. Unheralded Women’s Wednesday, a speaker series created by Dr. Michele Jeitler, is back again this semester aiming to help change that.
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Celebration of Life ceremony planned for Dr. John Michel

June 21, 2018 | John Michel
Arrangements have been made for a Celebration of Life for Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, Dr. John Michel, who passed away on May 15, 2018. The ceremony will begin at 2:00 p.m. June 30th in Andrews Hall Great Room. Dr. Michel’s family will host a reception immediately following.
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Honors and Awards handed out at Founders Day

March 1, 2017 | Founders Day
During the 2017 Founders Day ceremony, Marietta College recognized faculty, staff and community members with a variety of honors and awards. The following individuals were honored on February 16th:
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Career Center hosting networking event Nov. 7

October 29, 2013 | Career Center
Marietta College's Career Center is sponsoring a Graduate School and Employer Networking Event from 2:30-4 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 7, in the Andrews Hall Great Room.
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Family, friends tour Encino Energy well pad named in memory of late Petroleum Engineering student

March 11, 2019 | Petroleum Engineering
Encino Energy hosted family and friends of a Marietta College student who passed away unexpectedly for a tour of a well pad named in his memory. Joel Wunnenberg  ’20 was an aspiring petroleum engineer in his first year at Marietta College when he tragically passed away in the spring of 2017.
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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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Education pioneer chosen to deliver 181st Founders Day keynote address

January 4, 2016 | Founders Day 2016
Dr. Henry “Doc” Holliday ’70, who has more than 35 years of experience in both higher education and public school education, will deliver the keynote address at Marietta College’s 181st Founders Day on Feb. 18. Founders Day will begin at 7 p.m. with the presentation of faculty awards in the Alma McDonough Auditorium.
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Education Department receives $224,000 Ohio Deans Compact grant

September 18, 2019 | Advancement
Gone are the days when students with special needs are separated from the general education classroom on a full-time basis. Educators at Marietta College say that’s a good thing and they are training the next generation of teachers to educate children of all abilities in the same classroom.
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English & Modern Languages announce student awards, scholarships

June 4, 2018
Marietta College’s Department of English & Modern Languages handed out a number of student awards and scholarships at the end of the spring semester. Tyson Kemp ’19 (Vincent, Ohio) led the way with four honors, including the Charlene Samples Creative Writing Scholarship, which is renewable for four years. He also received the Kremer...
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TSE partners with Marietta College to form the First ScriptU

January 24, 2017 | TSE
In January, TSE Services, LLC and Marietta College announced the successful first semester activation of ScriptU as part of the Sports Management undergraduate degree program at Marietta College. ScriptU involves unique course material, designed by Rick Smith, Assistant Professor for Sports Management, focused on teaching proper live event...
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