The Heidelberg story can't be told without telling the stories of our alumni. Over Heidelberg's history, our alumni have gone on to do great things. They truly live out our educational philosophy of developing individuals with high moral and ethical standards who are productive in their life's work, engaged in their communities, and responsible citizens of the world.
Oct 18, 2018
Since 2010, Gail (Koechling) Cordy ’82 has made it a priority to return to campus regularly – to see old friends, make new ones and check on the growth of the university. She’s a fixture at major events such as PALS, Homecoming, Fellows Day and many others.
Sep 24, 2018
The wheels started spinning for Jim Reese, ’64, when he was asked to chair his 50th Class Reunion Giving Committee about five years ago. A little gentle arm twisting of classmate Bill Minor, and the two were off and running in their quest to lead their class’s successful reunion giving efforts.
Aug 21, 2018
First-generation alum Enya Granados did it all during her four years at Heidelberg: internships, student organizations, student research, faculty collaboration. Now, just three months after graduating with her bachelor’s degree in biology and education, she’s realized the first step in her dream to be a high school science teacher, and she’s getting a boost to get her career off on the right foot.
Jun 26, 2018
Doors open for successful people because they have great passion and find great value in what they do. Dr. Denise Seachrist’s stage in higher education is impressive. As an intelligent, creative, hard-working lifelong learner, her teaching and administrative leadership skills place her an octave above the rest.
With humble beginnings as a graduate teaching assistant in music at Kent State University nearly 30 years ago, Denise rose to become dean and chief administrative officer at Kent State University at Stark in North Canton, Ohio, in 2016.
Jun 26, 2018
Members of the Mayer-Longworth-McDonald-Uher Family have been represented among Heidelberg’s alumni for well more than a century – nearly 14 decades, to be exact. Today, we honor them for sending five generations of graduates – including one current student – to Heidelberg.