Starting Thursday, February 4th, the Entrepreneurship Program at Marietta College will offer six events throughout the Spring 2021 semester under the umbrella of the Riverview Credit Union Mid-Ohio Valley Entrepreneurship Expo.
Nick Gennuso ’24 (Washington, D.C.) describes receiving a full scholarship to Marietta College as “an amazing opportunity,” but it’s an opportunity for which he feels both grateful and guilty at the same time.
Long before the pandemic caused many internships to be canceled and impacted summer educational opportunities, Marietta’s Dr.
Jake Headley ’24 (Marietta, Ohio) has always had a passion for studying the stars.
With two sons, both under the age of 6, and her husband at home in Ohio, the decision to leave and help others impacted by COVID-19 in New York City wasn’t easy.
Dana Sharosky Pilz PA’04 thought long and hard, and recalled why she went into the health-care industry in the first place.
When it came to completing his senior capstone project, Ben Pratt ’20 (Tallmadge, Ohio) was up for a challenge.
The Physics major, who completed work on methanol-derived hydrogen fuel cells, was recognized by the science faculty with the 2020 Laura Scott Etter ’88 Prize.
Seven Marietta College seniors were inducted into the prestigious Phi Beta Kappa society, which was established in 1860 at the College, during a virtual ceremony on Monday, April 27.
Dean Regas, former co-host of the PBS TV show Star Gazers, will be speaking at Marietta College at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, February 27th, at the Anderson Hancock Planetarium. His topic is “I Want to Believe: Returning to an Age of Reason.”
Margaret Russell ’23 (Chesapeake, Virginia) likes efficiency. It doesn’t have to be her way, she says, as long as it’s more efficient.
“I can’t stand inefficiency,” she says. “I like problem solving.”
Two graduates of Marietta College’s Athletic Training program were recently honored by the National Athletic Trainer’s Association.