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Feb 13, 2020
What originally started as an idea to create a Women in STEM program on campus has grown to a larger, all-encompassing day to raise awareness among high school students about the various fields of science.
With a lot of collaboration from across campus, Heidelberg’s American Chemical Society Chemistry Club is hosting its first High School Science Day on Saturday, February 29. Chem Club organizers are inviting National Honor Societies in local/area schools to participate in the day’s activities.
Feb 13, 2020
Three students from the School of Business & Technology – senior Anna Chalkey and sophomores Sarah Shoots and Kelsey Custenborder – represented Heidelberg last weekend at the People’s Bank Case Study Competition in Marietta.
Heidelberg’s team was one of 15 who participated in the competition.
Feb 7, 2020
The halls were alive with the sound of music and many more scholarly topics during the 25th annual Faculty Research Conference Thursday in Adams Hall.
In all, about 20 faculty and staff members presented current ongoing research for their colleagues and students. Dr. Josh Bowman and Dr. Lucia Palmer were the symposium coordinators this year.
Feb 3, 2020
Heidelberg’s Speech Team earned high honors at two tournaments this past weekend at Ohio University. McCartney Betz led the Berg’s efforts towards a first-place finish in the President’s Division of Team Sweepstakes. She placed second in Radio Broadcasting, second in Programmed Oral Interpretation and third in Dramatic Interpretation.
OU hosted a second tournament for varsity speakers in which Hannah Petitti was the tournament champion in Extemporaneous Speaking and Katie Bauman won fifth place in both Radio Broadcasting and Informative Speaking.
Jan 29, 2020
When he stepped off the plane in California last week, Phariz Watkins was excited just to see the sunshine. He could only imagine what the next four days of the NCAA’s annual convention would bring.
Jam-packed days – “early morning to late nights” – left Phariz totally fired up about his future career, the new friends and contacts he made, and the knowledge he gained about branding and marketing, leadership development and the impact that Division III athletics has with the Special Olympics.
He called the experience “absolutely unforgettable.”