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Sep 15, 2017
Nyle DiMarco was born into a multigenerational deaf family so it’s the only world he’s ever known. On Thursday, he shared his compassion, talents and activism for raising awareness and promoting the importance of language within and beyond the deaf community as the first speaker in this year’s HYPE Career Ready Program.
Years ago, when Nyle was living in Florida, a volleyball friend asked him a thought-provoking question: “He asked me if I wished I could hear. My answer was no. My life would be so different.”
Sep 12, 2017
The development of a Multicultural Student Affairs Office to provide a safe, supportive environment for students with marginalized identities has been a while in the making. But with last spring’s hiring of Cherrelle Gardner to direct the efforts, things are moving very quickly.
According to Cherrelle, students are very excited and providing great energy and ideas. “I’m very interested to see what this office can mean and what it will turn into,” she says.
Sep 11, 2017
Economics and political science professors from about 25 colleges and universities will converge at Heidelberg Sept. 15-16 as the School of Business, Computer Science and Information Technology hosts the Ohio Association of Economists and Political Scientists annual conference.
The conference brings together professional economists and political scientists as well as undergraduate and graduate students from across Ohio and surrounding states who work to produce and disseminate useful research on subjects related to Ohio’s economic and political climate.
Sep 8, 2017
The Heidelberg University community this week welcomed Dr. Christopher Abrams as the new dean of Student Affairs.
Sep 8, 2017
On Sept. 5, Heidelberg welcomed Dr. Chris Abrams as the new dean of Student Affairs. Chris comes to Heidelberg from Malone University -- his undergrad alma mater -- where he had served as vice president for Student Development the past 13 years. Earlier in his Student Affairs career, he worked at Weber State University in Utah, John Brown University in Arkansas, Messiah College in Pennsylvania and Houghton College in New York.