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Oct 28, 2019
She’s a science nerd and she embraces it.
Most of Ashlie (Burkhart) Gowitzka’s family works in the medical or education fields, so when she became a biology teacher, she saw it as a “best of both worlds” decision – although there never really was any doubt she’d be a teacher.
“I wanted to be a teacher from the age of 6, and some great science educators that I had at Margaretta Local Schools influenced me in selecting science education pretty early on,” she says.
Oct 21, 2019
More than 20 successful science alumni representing six decades returned to campus to present their research and share their experiences during the 2019 Science Celebration last weekend.
Highlighting the two-day celebration was a keynote address from Dr. Mark Peeples, ’74, a professor in the Department of Pediatrics at The Ohio State University and the principal investigator at the Center for Vaccine & Immunity at the Wexner Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
Oct 18, 2019
For the past 50 years, the National Center for Water Quality Research (formerly the Water Quality Lab) has been at the forefront of data collection, monitoring, research and outreach in support of sustainable use of soil and water resources. Those who created the lab, those who have worked tirelessly to sustain it and those who will see it into the next five decades came together Thursday night to celebrate its accomplishments and contributions.
Aug 5, 2019
Heidelberg University’s new Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program has received approval from the Ohio Department of Higher Education and the Higher Learning Commission and is now enrolling students.
Aug 2, 2019
A chance meeting – in where else but Heidelberg’s health center – got the ball rolling for Heidelberg’s first-ever nursing student.
Kaitlin Kingman, a junior, recalls visiting the health center last fall with a horrible case of bronchitis. Dr. Karen Estridge, a registered nurse and healthcare administrator who came on board to develop and implement the new Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, happened to be lending a hand in the center that day, and was taking care of Kaitlin.