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Minds@Work on display at annual Student Research Conference
Minds@Work on display at annual Student Research Conference

Apr 13, 2021

Each spring for the past 28 years, Heidelberg hosts the Minds@Work Student Research Conference. It’s a great way for students to dig deep into topics they’re passionate about and practice their research and presentation skills. This year’s conference was held primarily virtually on Tuesday, April 13. 

D3 Conversations: An #D3Week Celebration
D3 Conversations: An #D3Week Celebration

Apr 9, 2021

Why Heidelberg?

It's the million dollar question … with a million different answers.

As part of the NCAA's annual Division III Week celebration, we asked different pockets of Heidelberg students about their decision to come to Heidelberg and their experience at the university. Join us for D3 Conversations.
I play two sports ...
I used to play, but I'm still involved …
I came from a big high school …
I came from a small high school … 
I transferred to Heidelberg … 
I'm from out of state …

Faculty members honored for excellence
Faculty members honored for excellence

Apr 6, 2021

Last week, the Student Awards Ceremony celebrated our students and their academic achievements. Here are a few of the senior winners.

MAC project provides mental health resources to veterinarians
MAC project provides mental health resources to veterinarians

Apr 1, 2021

Veterinarians face unique job challenges. Their patients can’t speak or tell them what’s wrong. They often have to euthanize a patient with a treatable injury or illness because its caretaker can’t afford the remedy. Over time, these and other stressors weigh heavily on vets.

Job challenges among the more than 70,000 veterinarians have led to disproportionately high suicide rates, according to the U.S. Centers of Control and Prevention. Nearly 400 veterinarians died by suicide between 1979 and 2015, the CDC said. 

Roxana Saberi: International News Reporter Taken Prisoner
Roxana Saberi: International News Reporter Taken Prisoner

Apr 1, 2021

Roxana Saberi, foreign correspondent for CBS News, has an immense amount of knowledge on dealing with conflict in a work environment, as well as how to transition into life after college. She shared her experiences and wisdom with Heidelberg students as the final HYPE Career Ready speaker this academic year.

Saberi has traveled the world, covering a wide range of topics from protests to plastic pollution. Many of her assignments were in the Middle East. There are many risks when reporting some events, one specific trip suddenly became frightening due to a false accusation.

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