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Students make meaningful connection with author

Apr 15, 2019

Social media sometimes gets a bad rap for all its negativity, but here’s a really great outcome.

When English professor Dr. Barry Devine was contemplating which books to incorporate into his Studies in the Irish Novel literature class this semester, he posted a photo of a stack of potential selections. Among them was “The Cruelty Men” by Emer Martin.

Emer herself saw the Instagram post, recognized her book in the stack and commented, “teaching my new novel? U made my day.”

’Berg honors trio of women entrepreneurs

Apr 11, 2019

Three local women entrepreneurs were honored Wednesday for their vision, creativity and commitment to their businesses and the community. The School of Business, Computer Science & Information Technology presented its 2019 Women Entrepreneur Awards to the following women:

Alum, USMC colonel joins ‘Berg Board of Trustees

Apr 11, 2019

For years, Heidelberg University alumnus Colonel Chad Breeden, USMC has wanted to get engaged with his alma mater, but his military career and distance precluded his involvement. Back in 2013, he “took the plunge” when he returned to campus for his 25th reunion.

NCWQR director testifies about water quality research

Apr 11, 2019

Dr. Laura Johnson, director of the National Center for Water Quality Research, was among a group of educators and scientists who testified on Monday before the House Finance Subcommittee on Agriculture, Development and Natural Resources in Columbus.

Dr. Laura Johnson
Dr. Laura Johnson

The zigs and zags of a career in research

Apr 10, 2019

There may just be a discrepancy between what people think researchers do vs. what they really do. But it all boils down to learning critical skills and diverse perspectives that can position students for just about any career.

Dr. Julie Reynolds, who is on the faculty of the Biology Department at Duke University, shared her sometimes messy and chaotic but always fun and exciting path as a participant and mentor in research as the keynote speaker for today’s Minds@Work Student Research Conference.

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