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Counseling prof presents on international stage
Counseling prof presents on international stage

Jul 2, 2019

Heidelberg associate professor of counseling (MAC) Dr. DoHee Kim-Appel made the most of a recent trip to her native land, South Korea, representing Heidelberg on an international stage. 

New dean has sights set on opportunities
New dean has sights set on opportunities

Jul 2, 2019

On July 1, Dr. Scott Johnson became the new dean of the School of Business, Computer Science & Information Technology at Heidelberg. He’ll also hold the Adams Family Endowed Chair and serve as a professor of management.

Dr. Johnson brings many years of higher education experience and leadership, including time in Spain and the United Kingdom, and international scholarly contributions. He also has experience in the world of business and is passionate about creating a successful integration of the liberal arts with professional programs.

’Berg’s DeMayo Pugno gets Crain’s recognition
’Berg’s DeMayo Pugno gets Crain’s recognition

Jul 1, 2019

Dr. Courtney DeMayo Pugno, the director and creator of Heidelberg’s Center for Teaching Excellence, has been recognized as one of Crain’s 2019 Notable Women in Education.

Those named to the Crain’s list have been designated as leaders in their workplaces and in the community, as nominated by students or colleagues.

BASEBALL: Fitzgerald earns another honor
BASEBALL: Fitzgerald earns another honor

Jun 27, 2019

On Tuesday, Heidelberg University baseball coach Chad Fitzgerald earned yet another accolade following the memorable 2019 season.  The American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) and Diamond Sports released its 2019 Regional Coach of the Year list -- with Fitzgerald named as one of nine NCAA Division III recipients.  The National Coach of the Year will be announced on Thursday.  

’Berg group experiences border culture, hospitality
’Berg group experiences border culture, hospitality

Jun 27, 2019

A group of 21 from Heidelberg spent last week with ARISE in south Texas, working with the organization’s summer children’s program and experiencing the hospitality of three small Mexican immigrant communities there.

The trip is the culmination of the NDI 345 course on “Service Learning on the U.S./Mexico Border,” developed in 2006 by Spanish Professor Dr. Cindy Lepeley.

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