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Apr 23, 2018
Senior Jessica Barnes had quite a decision to make after applying to six law schools and getting accepted to all six.
“I’m pretty excited about it. I didn’t expect to go six for six,” she said.
Her options: Capital University Law School, Cleveland Marshall College of Law, Duquesne University School of Law, Indiana University’s Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Vermont Law School and the Widener University Commonwealth Law School.
Apr 20, 2018
Junior Judy Smith has found an artistic and cool way to make a difference in the Tiffin community, and it originated with the HYPE Career Ready® Program.
Last fall, Judy participated in a HYPE session, titled Non-Violence in Conflict Resolution and conducted by Sister Paulette Schroeder.
“When she came to campus and gave that presentation, something caught my attention,” said Judy. “Then, she invited me to come to a meeting and I was hooked.”
Apr 17, 2018
What a difference a year makes. Heidelberg’s Berg Enactus chapter is moving onto national competition in May after the group’s first-ever regional win in Chicago earlier this month.
Competing against the likes of the University of Michigan, the University of Nebraska, SUNY at Fredonia and Western Kentucky, the Berg Enactus team – juniors Sydney Calabro, Kristopher Wingerd, Nicholas Meyer, Jacob Cooper and Ty Garrett -- presented a live, multi-media summary of their entrepreneurial project at the regional competition and stood tall to some tough questioning from the judges.
Apr 16, 2018
Jobs in Ohio’s insurance industry are in high demand. Heidelberg alumnus Corey Frazer can attest to that.
“We are in the midst of a huge talent shift as baby boomers retire,” said Frazer, who graduated from Heidelberg in 2011 and now owns a State Farm Insurance agency in Lima, Ohio. “The Ohio insurance industry alone will need to fill more than 29,000 jobs by 2024. We have vacancies we simply can’t fill fast enough with qualified candidates.”
Apr 12, 2018
Dr. Jeremi Suri’s message to students Thursday was part history lesson, part call to action.
Suri, who traveled to Heidelberg from the University of Texas at Austin, where he is a history professor and global affairs scholar, gave the Minds@Work keynote Thursday. Using his most recent book, The Impossible Presidency, as the framework for his talk, Suri argues that the successful presidents of the past created unrealistic expectations for every president since JFK. And, the resulting problems for American politics are huge.