Good habits start young, which is why Marietta College’s Physician Assistant Graduate Program is teaming up with the Ely Chapman Education Foundation (ECEF) this fall to help teach preschoolers about healthy living.
Natalie Bender ’17 (Akron, Ohio) got to touch the “Play Like a Champion” sign at Notre Dame.
Teaching graphic design to students at Trinity High School in Garfield Heights, Ohio, Sean Kenny ’12 believes many of his pupils have grasped the concepts and techniques.
In addition to being more environmentally friendly, Marietta College’s efforts to reduce its carbon footprint is paying off financially.
Zach Pope ’17 (Mechanicsburg, Ohio) had a cursory understanding of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), but he wanted to learn more.
Then he heard Dr. Matt Young, Professor of History, planned to teach a course in it and Pope had to give it a try.
Marietta College’s Matthew Johnson ’19 (Marietta, Ohio) has wanted to be an attorney since junior high.
Every college student has been assigned a case study to research and write a report. It’s right up there with group projects and adding a works cited page.
Mark Vizza ’98 remembers them all too well, and every case study seemed to come from another era.
A few students were emotional, others were smiling ear to ear and a couple just wanted to hand the microphone off to the next person.
Lily Riffle ’20 understands pain. Excruciating pain.
In middle school, her older brother, Julian, died at the age of 22. During the first two years of high school, she missed weeks of classes because of an illness. And just when everything seemed to be fine, her life was shattered again.