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Mar 2, 2021
Caleb Frye’s first year of graduate school has been full of twists and turns, especially in the research world of COVID-19.
Following graduation from Heidelberg last May, Caleb selected Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, where he’s pursuing his Ph.D. in chemistry with a research focus in biochemistry. His timing was perfect; he hopes to develop his research specialization in the biochemistry of infectious diseases.
Jan 26, 2021
Even though he’s a big New York Yankees fan, December grad Sam Federici has always had a special place in his heart for the Cincinnati Reds. Cinci is his mom’s hometown, and he spent a lot of time going to Reds game as a kid.
Come March 1, his association with the Reds will take on a different tone. That’s when Sam will begin a marketing internship with the Reds.
Nov 5, 2020
One year after serving as a student representative for the Ohio Athletic Conference at the annual NCAA Convention, Heidelberg University senior P'hariz Watkins is headed back. Watkins was selected to attend the virtual conference in January as part of the NCAA Division III Student Immersion Program.
"I am honored to be selected," said Watkins, a member of the men's basketball team. "This convention is a great opportunity to network with people from all over the country and gain more knowledge about how the NCAA works in full."
Oct 30, 2020
’Berg Board of Trustees member and alum Steve Marin, ’90, has received an outstanding professional distinction. The president and CEO of Marin & Sons, a campaign management and governmental consulting services organization, Steve has been named one of the 100 most influential people in Florida politics by INFLUENCE Magazine.
Aug 14, 2020
Heidelberg marketing professor Dr. Salil Khetani and a counterpart in India have had an article published in the mainstream Indian newspaper The Hindu Business Line. The article addresses how to overcome mask reactance.
Salil and his co-author, Anuj Kapoor, explain that reactance occurs when we feel our freedom is being suppressed by an authority and to reassert our freedom, we act in the opposite direction to what the authority dictates.