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Ohio’s top teachers, principal to headline Heidelberg Education Summit

Mar 3, 2017

Heidelberg University’s School of Education will host its fifth annual Education Summit March 23-24 on campus with the theme “What Makes an Effective Teacher?”

This year’s keynote speakers are Dustin Weaver, 2017 Ohio Teacher of the Year; Teresa Cianchetti, 2016 Ohio Teacher of the Year; and Jeff Fisher, 2015 Ohio Principal of the Year.

Modeling Professional Practice

Feb 17, 2017

You never stop learning.

That’s the message Heidelberg professors sent to students during the 22nd annual Faculty Research Symposium.

“Professional development doesn’t stop with a degree,” said Dr. Emily Isaacson, associate dean of the honors program and assistant professor of English. “Students are going to continue to develop throughout their career because their job won’t always be the same.”

How important are internships? Ask the Queen

Feb 15, 2017

So, there’s this job you desperately want. There’s no better way to figure out if it’s a great fit than doing an internship to “observe, learn and decide if that’s the industry for you.”

Lauren Berger, the Intern Queen, should know. She completed 15 internships, starting her freshman year in college. Berger was on campus Tuesday as the keynote speaker for the HYPE Program to share tips and advice on the value of internships.

A new chef is coming to town

Feb 10, 2017

Starting this fall, students and guests who dine at Heidelberg will have greater flexibility and new meal options based on a fresh, made-from-scratch, high-quality approach to food preparation. Heidelberg has partnered with Parkhurst Dining to manage all of the university’s food service and catering operations, beginning June 1, 2017.

Intramurals going strong and growing

Feb 9, 2017

During his two years serving as a graduate assistant at Saurwein Health & Wellness Center, Austin Bentz has seen a ton of growth in student participation in intramurals.

“It provides a great opportunity for athletes and non-athletes to get out and take part in recreational activities, meet new people and build friendships and leadership skills,” said Austin, who oversees intramural programming at the Berg.

First and foremost, we want to make sure we keep students physically active and healthy.

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