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Jun 12, 2020
TIFFIN -- Heidelberg University Athletic Director Matt Palm announced Friday the hiring of Rachel Ferri as the new head women's basketball coach. Ferri comes to Heidelberg following a two-year stint as an assistant coach at Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Va.
Jun 10, 2020
We recently reached out to our alumni to get their perspectives about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their work. Here, we hear from six alumni working in a broad spectrum of fields, about how life has changed over the past few months and how they have responded.
Julia (Lachowski) Palombi, ’16, is a social worker in the emergency department / observation unit at Grant Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio.
Jun 9, 2020
Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. David Mallory, ’77, and his family practice colleagues were receiving daily updates about how to manage the situation, steps they should be prepared to take and new protocols if it arrived in the Toledo area, where he has practiced for 33 years.
Little did he know it would become very personal, even frightening – as a frontline healthcare provider and a patient.
“If someone came in, they’d be asked questions at the door … Have you been in China? Have you been on a cruise ship? We tried to screen them as they showed up,” he explains.
Jun 8, 2020
The School of Music & Theatre is offering music educators an opportunity to seize the summer with online courses for graduate credits, coursework toward a Master of Music Education (MME) degree, or Continuing Education units.
Jun 1, 2020
The following letter was sent to the campus community by President Huntington.
June 1, 2020
Since the abhorrent, brutal, and indefensible public murder of Mr. George Floyd while in police custody in Minneapolis on Memorial Day, we have witnessed peaceful protests and violent outbreaks in cities large and small across our country. I am sickened and saddened by seeing another restrained and defenseless black man killed by police officers who are supposed to serve and protect all citizens all the time.