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Seeing science, technology up close
Seeing science, technology up close

Dec 2, 2016

Sometimes, things turn out better than you expect.

Dr. Nate Beres recently accompanied 10 natural science students to Tennessee, where the highlight was a daylong tour and interactions with scientists at the prestigious Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

Show and Tell. Heidelberg’s first Humanities Symposium

Nov 22, 2016

Research is a critical component of a college education. Students are able to learn and hone a variety of professional skills through conducting research, analyzing information, and presenting their findings.

This year, the departments of English, History, and Religion came together and initiated the inaugural Humanities Symposium to celebrate and promote student research. Over the two-day event, 25 students gave presentations on research topics ranging from bird symbolism to prohibition to the superhero culture.

HYPE’s Pam Oliver: ‘Keep your eye on the prize’
HYPE’s Pam Oliver: ‘Keep your eye on the prize’

Nov 15, 2016

As an elite sports journalist, NFL and NBA reporter Pam Oliver has never been enthralled with the idea about being on TV. Instead, her career journey has been about being the best journalist she can be, about pursuing your goals despite adversity, about believing in your own abilities and about taking advantage of opportunities.

And about working really hard.

There are a lot of people in the business who want to be known, and that breaks my heart,

Students: Sexual assault awareness ‘is on us’
Students: Sexual assault awareness ‘is on us’

Nov 10, 2016

Six Heidelberg student leaders nominated to attend a statewide summit last week on raising awareness and prevention of campus sexual assault are not letting the conversation end there.

Transforming the lives of at-risk kids
Transforming the lives of at-risk kids

Oct 31, 2016

When children and youth are struggling, sometimes it’s a matter of their life circumstances, and all they need is recognition and some timely, informed help.

Students in the Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC) Program looking to work with these at-risk children just got a big boost to aid their clinical training, thanks to a major new grant that will pay them during their internships.

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