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May 3, 2019
Over the past few weeks and months, we’ve watched the progress of two very visible construction projects (The HeidelBean! and Sarah Street). Two others inside Saurwein Health & Wellness Center (Exercise Science lab and a new fireplace) are almost finished. The coming weeks and months will bring the start – and in some cases, the completion – of several important and exciting projects that will improve the campus by providing more and better learning, living and engaging spaces.
Apr 29, 2019
Congratulations to all of the students, faculty and staff members who were honored for their achievements inside and outside the classroom at the annual Student Awards Assembly on Friday, April 26.
Kiera Malone and Caleb Gerber are this year’s recipients of the Daniel J. and W.J.K. Snyder Prize, the top award for graduating seniors. Students selected psychology professor Dr. Ginny Gregg as the Faculty Member of the Year. Senior Sam Stohlman was chosen to give the student remarks at the celebration. He titled his speech “Embrace the Impractical; Attack the Impossible!”
Apr 25, 2019
Dr. Lisa (Schlater) Ziemnik is the recipient of the 2019 Young Alumni Achievement Award, presented Thursday as part of the Beyond the Berg event to welcome this year’s graduating seniors into the alumni family.
Presented for the first time at Beyond the Berg, the award recognizes a recent graduate between their 5th and 20th class reunions who has demonstrated leadership abilities and achieved distinction in his/her respective field of employment and/or service to humankind.
Apr 17, 2019
For the third year, the Heidelberg University community will bring awareness to the topic of sexual assault prevention during the annual It’s On Us Sex Week April 22-25. The week incorporates student and staff groups, most notably the Heidelberg University Center for Survivor Empowerment.
Apr 10, 2019
There may just be a discrepancy between what people think researchers do vs. what they really do. But it all boils down to learning critical skills and diverse perspectives that can position students for just about any career.
Dr. Julie Reynolds, who is on the faculty of the Biology Department at Duke University, shared her sometimes messy and chaotic but always fun and exciting path as a participant and mentor in research as the keynote speaker for today’s Minds@Work Student Research Conference.