During the 1976-77 academic year, Dr. George Whitmore “Whit” Hancock Jr.
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.
As a freshman, Sarah McNeer ’21 (Liberty Township, Ohio) was excited to get into a Biochemistry lab and start conducting her own research.
Ohio Department of Higher Education Chancellor Randy Gardner has announced that Marietta College will receive a $1,051,500 Choose Ohio First (COF) Grant to support students in the fields of science, (including the health professions) technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
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.
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.