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Criminology honorary inducts first class
Criminology honorary inducts first class

Mar 5, 2020

Congratulations to the inaugural class of inductees to Heidelberg’s newest academic honorary, Pi Delta Pi.

Pi Delta Pi is Heidelberg’s chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma, founded in 1942 to promote excellence in scholarship and performance among criminal justice students. The national organization – which follows the ideas of academic excellence, leadership, service and unity – has grown to over 330 chapters and more than 90,000 members.

Roth headed back to nationals
Roth headed back to nationals

Mar 3, 2020

For the second year in a row, Dylan Roth is headed back to the NCAA Division III Championships.  Roth, who won the 184 weight class, is the lone representative for the Heidelberg University wrestling team to advance out of the Central region.  

Criminology, counseling students get 'street smart'
Criminology, counseling students get 'street smart'

Feb 28, 2020

A group of nearly 50 graduate counseling students, undergrad psychology and criminology students and community mental health professionals spent the day Friday getting a lesson in "street smart" from two retired officers from the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office.

3 professors honored for excellence
3 professors honored for excellence

Feb 28, 2020

The Heidelberg community extends big congratulations to three faculty members, who were honored for their excellence in teaching, commitment to the humanities and distinguished service.

The annual faculty awards were presented last Friday (Feb. 21) at a dinner with their colleagues and members of the Board of Trustees, who were on campus for their winter meetings last weekend.

This year’s winners are:

All in the family: Sisters share scholar-athlete honor
All in the family: Sisters share scholar-athlete honor

Feb 26, 2020

A bond between teammates is strong, but a bond between sisters is something far greater. Heidelberg University senior softball players Kaitlyn and Casey Moore have seen their relationship as sisters guide them throughout life in multiple ways. 

Born exactly 11 months apart (down to the minute!), Kaitlyn and Casey have always had a close connection with each other. Dating back to their childhood, older sister Kaitlyn could not begin preschool without her younger sister Casey, so she started school a year later. 

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