Marietta College faculty are always looking for ways to add an experiential learning component to their courses.
During the spring semester, Julie Schlanz '23 (Shadyside, Ohio) learned how to grow melanoma cells. Weeks after the semester ended, she was still on campus working with the cancerous cells - this time, trying to kill them.
Marietta College’s Eric DeLong ’21 (Lowell, Ohio) and Logan Isner ’22 (Lowell, Ohio), who are both majoring in Public Accounting, are the recipients of the 2021 Certified Management Accountant (CMA) Scholarship offered by the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA).
As local children count down the final days of classes, Marietta College’s Education Department is busy creating and delivering Summer Reading Adventure Packs to partner elementary schools to help get books and reading activities into the hands of certain students before they leave for summer break.
While working for Waddell & Reed Financial last summer, Alexander Checcio ’23 (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) was already starting to think about future opportunities.
Autumn Heddleston ’22 (Belpre, Ohio) is continuing a positive trend of Marietta College students earning a prestigious Vance and Betty Lee Stickell Internship.
As an undergraduate student at Miami University, Dr. Charles Doan remembers fondly the professors who encouraged him to conduct his own research — and those who asked for his assistance on their research.
McCoy Professor of Management and Accounting Grace Johnson and senior Economics and Political Science major Katie McIlroy ’21 (Circleville, Ohio) represented Marietta College’s Department of Business & Economics at the annual conference of MBAA-International.
Austin McCleary ’22 (Marietta, Ohio) is studying actuarial science and may one day have a career as a budget analyst, insurance underwriter or a cost estimator — maybe even all three.
On the basketball court, Katie McIlroy ’21 (Circleville, Ohio) understands the importance of being coached and motivated to succeed.
The Economics and Political Science major realized recently that the same approach works just as well in the classroom.