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Marietta College’s tsunami donation makes a difference for 25 families

February 24, 2005
It was a small gesture, but one that made a big impression. Marietta College’s students, faculty and staff donated $2,500 during a special tsunami disaster relief fund conducted on campus in January. Now the money is making a difference in the lives of 25 families impacted by the natural disaster in December that took more than 225,000 lives...
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MC Professor’s work presented in National Leadership conference

February 23, 2005
Marietta College’s Dr. Daniel Huck, an assistant professor in the McDonough Center for Leadership and Business, made a presentation at the inaugural Leadership Educators Institute (LEI) conference in Greensboro, N.C., recently. The LEI, which was held Dec. 9-11, was formed to bring together more than 350 leadership professionals to discuss...
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Art students develop project to commemorate Marietta’s floods

February 21, 2005
Flooding that hit the Mid-Ohio Valley in September and again in January affected many of the students, faculty and staff at Marietta College. In remembrance of the events that took place, Kappa Pi, the art honorary at Marietta College has conceived a project that will illustrate the feelings and emotions of the devastating floods.
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Political Science professor presenting ‘Women as Global Leaders’ at Dubai

February 17, 2005
Dr. Jacqueline DeLaat, a McCoy Professor of Political Science at Marietta College, will be a presenter at a conference in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, from March 14-16. The conference, “Women as Global Leaders: Educating the Next Generation,” will be attended by female undergraduate students and their faculty mentors from more than 32...
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MC chooses four students for Investigative Studies Travel Fellowships

February 16, 2005
Marietta College officials selected three seniors and one sophomore to receive an Investigative Studies Travel Fellowship, which allows them to present their research at conferences around the United States. The students chosen are seniors Casey Trail, of Pittsburgh, Kathryn Moriarty, of Canton, and Melissa Yusko, of Jefferson, and sophomore...
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