Four Marietta College students recently visited New York City where they attended the American Advertising Federation’s student career conference, toured Google’s New York offices and visited with alumni.
Marietta College’s newest McCoy Professor said he enjoys both aspects of his career — teaching students in the Physician Assistant program while also maintaining a busy schedule as a working radiologist.
Careers in computer and information technology are expected to grow by 12 percent through 2028, according to the U.S.
The University of Toledo College of Law and Marietta College announced a 3+3 program partnership on Nov. 8, 2019, to offer Marietta College students a faster path to complete their law degree.
Marietta College students Joe Hall ’20 (Fulton, Maryland), Seamus Kenneally ’20 (Lebanon, Ohio) and Natalie Payton ’22 (St. Marys, West Virginia) recently earned a second-place award in an undergraduate case competition sponsored by the West Virginia Society for Human Resource Management.
The unique nature of Marietta College’s Fifth Street Consulting caught the eye of the Ohio Communication Association recently as it named the student-run organization one of two Distinguished Student Organizations during its annual conference.
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.
As a student at Marietta College, Norihiro Matsuyama ’23 (Osaka, Japan) is happy to talk with his new friends about his home country of Japan, and looks forward to the many events planned for the campus in November in celebration of Global Awareness Month.
Ten syllables packed with emotion — and gratitude.
“Absolutely mind-blowing fantastic!”
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.