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Retired professors added to Emeritus Chamber during ceremony

February 10, 2005
In front of more than 100 family, friends and faculty, Dr. Frank Cheng, Dr. Jack Prince and the wife of the late Dr. Bert Glaze — Emma — talked about their love and appreciation for Marietta College. “I’m thankful to Marietta College for giving me a chance,” said Cheng, in the Andrews Hall Great Room Thursday, Feb. 10. “I am very happy to...
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Geology Department announces Steel/Stone scholarships

February 10, 2005 | news2005
Ten Marietta College students majoring in geology were recently awarded Warren G. Steel/Dwayne D. Stone scholarships from the Department of Petroleum Engineering and Geology ranging in value from $4,000 to $1,000 for a total of $25,000. Seniors Ginger Bennett, of Newark, Emily Decker, of Friendly, W.Va., and Nicole Dobrinic of Wickliffe,...
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Marietta College forensics makes good showing at Ohio championships

February 8, 2005
Marietta College students of forensics and communication earned four awards at the 2005 Ohio Novice State Championships at Bowling Green State University on Feb. 4-5. Marietta competed against 10 other colleges and universities in the event sponsored by The Ohio Forensic Association. The other schools competing were Bowling Green, Cedarville...
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Chair of MC Art Department wins Best of Show in Digital Salon 2005

February 4, 2005
Marietta College’s Christina Ullman, an associate professor and chair of the art department, was recently awarded Best of Show at Digital Salon 2005 for her digital illustration The Tree People: Genocide of the Feminine Mystique. Ullman’s Mystique was awarded the top prize during the juried exhibition of digital artwork at the High Road...
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Marietta College’s Petroleum Department hands out 30 scholarships

February 3, 2005
Thirty Marietta College students majoring in petroleum engineering were recently awarded academic scholarships ranging in value from $1,400 to $380 for a total of $24,730. Senior Trevor Schaffer, of Beallsville, was awarded the largest scholarship — a $1,400 Walter and Joan Rinard Scholarship. Senior William A. Hohmann, of Louisville, Ky.,...
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