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Passing of Trustee Emeritus Rev. Dr. Ralph Quellhorst, '59
Passing of Trustee Emeritus Rev. Dr. Ralph Quellhorst, '59

Jun 26, 2020

President Rob Huntington shared this announcement and his personal reflections about the passing earlier this week of Rev. Dr. Ralph Quellhorst.


June 26, 2020

Worth the wait: New Athletic Training grad program accredited
Worth the wait: New Athletic Training grad program accredited

Jun 19, 2020

It’s been a process three years in the making. Heidelberg University has received accreditation by the Commission on the Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE), and will begin offering a new Master’s of Athletic Training degree in the fall of 2021.

Bill Groman '58, NFL record holder, passes away
Bill Groman '58, NFL record holder, passes away

Jun 18, 2020

Bill Groman '58, an NFL record holder and an ardent supporter of Heidelberg University, has passed away.  He was 83 years old.  

A native of Tiffin, Groman was an All-American in 1957 playing for College Football Hall of Fame inductee Paul Hoernemann.  That season, his senior campaign, Groman led the nation with 19 touchdown receptions.  He inducted into the Heidelberg Athletic Hall of Fame in 1986.

MAC professor to lead state counseling group
MAC professor to lead state counseling group

Jun 18, 2020

Dr. DoHee Kim-Appel, associate professor of graduate counseling, has been elected president-elect of the Ohio Counseling Association, the professional organization representing all licensed counselors and those in graduate training to become counselors.

Adrianne Johnson, past president of the Ohio Counseling Association and chair of OCA’s Nominations/Elections committee, made the announcement on Monday.

Senior recitals go virtual
Senior recitals go virtual

Jun 18, 2020

Senior recitals are the culminating experience for Heidelberg music majors, celebrated with pride and joy by students, families and faculty members alike. But when COVID-19 disrupted the spring semester, sending students home at the midway point, seniors Emma Breyley, Marques Johnson and Will Sweeney had to reimagine their recitals and instead of preparing for live performances, they had to rehearse and perform on a virtual stage.

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