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Heidelberg University Statement on Values, Beliefs, and Actions
Heidelberg University Statement on Values, Beliefs, and Actions

Jul 10, 2020

The following letter was sent to all members of the campus community today from Heidelberg Board of Trustees Chair Kathy Geier and President Rob Huntington.


July 10, 2020

Dear Heidelberg Community,

NCWQR a key player in lake algal bloom prediction
NCWQR a key player in lake algal bloom prediction

Jul 10, 2020

Dr. Laura Johnson, director of Heidelberg's NCWQR, was one of the partner scientists, researchers and educators who shared data Thursday as part of the annual prediction of the seriousness of the Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) on western Lake Erie this summer.

The experts – all research partners of NOAA – presented their findings during a webinar at Stone Lab. They are forecasting a moderate summer harmful algal bloom, based on a drier spring that should lead to a smaller nutrient load than last year.

President joins human trafficking awareness campaign
President joins human trafficking awareness campaign

Jul 9, 2020

Mega-stars such as Bradley Cooper, Justin Timberlake and Ashton Kutcher are taking part, and now, so is Heidelberg’s president, Rob Huntington, and Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz, ‘08. They have joined people all over the world who have taken and posted photos on social media, using the hashtag “Real Men Don’t Buy Girls” to raise awareness about human trafficking and support survivors.

Tiffin ranked top city for renting
Tiffin ranked top city for renting

Jul 9, 2020

The city of Tiffin is among the nation’s best in terms of renting.

According to website LendEDU, Tiffin has been nationally recognized as one of the most budget-friendly cities in the country for renters.

According to LendEDU, the cities and towns featured in this report, like Tiffin, are great places for young adults to rent an apartment or home in because the availability of high-paying jobs makes rent only a small portion of their budgets, which means the opportunity to save will be there for the taking.

Passing of Trustee Emeritus Rev. Dr. Ralph Quellhorst, '59
Passing of Trustee Emeritus Rev. Dr. Ralph Quellhorst, '59

Jun 26, 2020

President Rob Huntington shared this announcement and his personal reflections about the passing earlier this week of Rev. Dr. Ralph Quellhorst.


June 26, 2020

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