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Jan 21, 2020
Instead of a paid day off, the Heidelberg University community came together on Martin Luther King Jr. Day Monday for a Day ON! With specific development activities centered around the theme of diversity, awareness, acceptance and inclusion, the campus community participated in a series of workshops and programming in the morning designed to foster a deeper understanding of the theme. In the afternoon, faculty, staff and students participated in community service activities both on- and off campus.
Jan 17, 2020
This year, Heidelberg is bringing renewed and bigger meaning to its observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, with the campus community participating in learning/development and service activities throughout the day.
In the larger Tiffin-Seneca County community, Heidelberg’s presence will be seen and felt throughout the day, especially at the Community Celebration: The Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday night. It’s open to everyone.
Jan 13, 2020
Across the board, 2019 was a year of firsts, new experiences, achievements in and out of the classroom, awesome guest speakers and vision for the future. Here’s a glance at our Top 10 highlights for 2019 (in chronological order).
Café-bakery gets a name (April 2019)
Jan 9, 2020
There’s about to be a flurry of construction activity on campus. In fact, it’s already started.
Construction of the new Townhouse Apartments, a student housing complex on Main street, is well underway, according to Associate VP for Facilities & Engineering Rod Morrison.
The complex will feature 15 contiguous 2-1/2 story, four-bedroom apartments built between Krieg Hall and King Hall, overlooking Rock Creek. The project will create 60 new student residences in two buildings, one with nine unites and one with six units.
Jan 9, 2020
The Owen Academic & Career Support Center and the Center for Teaching Excellence are merging, beginning in the spring semester.
The new structure puts Heidelberg on the cutting edge by creating a resource that brings together the needs of the Heidelberg community and supports the inherent connection between teaching and learning.
Its new name will be The Owen Center for Teaching and Learning. Congrats to Dr. Courtney DeMayo Pugno, who has been appointed to serve as the interim Executive Director.