Reading through Marietta College’s Commencement program, the names Alex Blackston ’22 (Lancaster, Ohio) and Owen Boyer ’22 (Delaware, Ohio) are listed back-to-back under the heading “Bachelor of Science.”
Growing up in Spencer, West Virginia, Shelby Lassiter ’22 had plenty of opportunities to be around animals. Along the way, she developed a passion for helping them.
There are few traditions with more history or prestige at Marietta College than the induction of students into Phi Beta Kappa.
Ever since he was a young boy, Jaelon Quiero-Gordon ’24 (Westerville, Ohio) has known what he wanted to do for a living.
“I was 7, 8 years old and I knew I wanted to be a sportscaster,” he said. “So when I met Phil (Mason) and I learned he was doing live game coverage here, I knew I needed to work with him.”
Ever since she conducted her first undergraduate research as a freshman, Shelby Millheim ’22 (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania) has wanted to turn that passion into a career.
From research posters to original works of art, the 2022 All Scholars Day will highlight the talent and dedication to research of more than 180 students — and for the first time in two years, all events will be in-person.
Owen Boyer ’22 (Delaware, Ohio) has dedicated more hours than he can remember on his senior capstone project.
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.
Securing energy independence has been an ambition of the United States for decades, and Marietta College’s Dr. Ahmed Algarhy has possibly had a hand in creating two innovative methods that may one day help achieve this goal.
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.