Dr. Stephon Poulton cherishes the opportunities he gets to do multi-disciplinary collaborations — especially when the project is conducted locally and has an impact globally.
Emily Etheridge ’23 wants a career that moves beyond her interests in physics and science. A conversation with her first academic advisor, Associate Professor Dr. Ann Bragg, led her to become Marietta’s first Planetary Science major.
Some students dreamed of traveling halfway across the world to study in foreign lands. Some had dreams of connecting with other cultures and thriving in an international setting.
Ever since Lily Daneshmand ’23 (Chardon, Ohio) arrived on campus in the Fall of 2019, she has more than lived up to being a Rickey Scholar.
All 35 recent graduates from the Marietta College Master of Physician Assistant Studies Class of 2022 passed the Physician Assistant National Certifying Exam (PANCE), resulting in a 100-percent first-time pass rate for the program.
Marietta College is conducting a free Engineering and Science Summer Camp for high-school-age students from July 11-15. However, to attend the camp, students must be nominated by a high school counselor or high school science teacher.
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.”