Marietta professor had big future ahead of him

June 11, 2014 | Timeless Faculty
In the history of the College, it’s well known that a sizeable number of graduates have gone on to accomplish historic roles — including becoming the Vice President of the United States, pioneering medical advances and manning Space Shuttle missions for NASA. The same can be said about many members of the faculty.
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The Krause brothers found Marietta College a labor of love

May 1, 2012 | Timeless Faculty
Their name is synonymous with excellence. They were the Krause brothers—the heart of the Chemistry Department—members of campus who contributed a combined seven decades of service to Marietta College. Their tenure at Marietta is marked by moments of selfless decisions and countless graduates who benefitted from their expertise and care in the...
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Registrar held decades worth of Marietta College memories

July 1, 2013 | news2013
The Saturday Lillian Spindler Sinclair arrived on Marietta College’s campus was one she never forgot.
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John Sandt wore a number of hats at Marietta

January 3, 2013 | Timeless Faculty
In a 1928 letter to William Allen, president of Lafayette College, Marietta College President Edward Parsons asked about the teaching ability of a young alumnus of that Pennsylvania liberal arts college who was interested a one-year teaching position in the Mathematics Department.
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