Net BenefitsBrianna Graber ’20 spearheads a city-campus project to study and improve local water quality by installing a 13,000-pound storm drain net in the Delaware Run.
Grace Klausen and OWU students Colin Hawes ’20 and Dexter Allen ’21 research nuclear isotopes at OWU and at Florida State University’s particle accelerator.
Katy Tuggle ’20 uses OWU Connection funds to support an internship researching stem cells at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute in Melbourne, Australia.
Four students walk Offa’s Dyke Path in the United Kingdom. They use an OWU Connection grant to explore the historical, scientific, and cultural factors that impact the region.
More than 20 students, including Logan Rice ’20 and Shannon Agler ’20, will share abstracts and present findings at the September 23 Summer Science Research Symposium.
2019-2020 Economics Management Fellows
Fourteen first-year students are selected for the EMF program, highlighted by a trip to New York to meet alumni and professionals in business and government.
2019-2020 Global Scholars
OWU’s 13 new Global Scholars take special classes, receive funds for global projects, complete a faculty-supervised thesis, and graduate with a global certificate.
2019-2020 Education Fellows
Thirteen first-year students earn spots in OWU’s Education Fellows program in recognition of their high potential for success and intention to become classroom teachers.
Outstanding Teacher Educator
Professor Emerita Amy McClure is the first private college recipient of the International Literacy Association (ILA) Jerry Johns Outstanding Teacher Educator in Reading Award.
2020 Best Colleges
U.S. News & World Report includes Ohio Wesleyan among the ‘Best National Liberal Arts Colleges,’ ‘Best Value Schools,’ ‘Top Performers on Social Mobility,’ and ‘A+ Schools for B Students’ for 2020.
A Universal Sport
This year’s field hockey team includes five international players – Bolu Ogunye ’23, Astrid Koek ’22, Floor Jansen ’23, Marie Overing ’20, Veronica Hardman ’23 – from Canada, Australia, and the Netherlands.
Back in the Groove
It’s been a busy first month for new and returning OWU students. While everyone finds their footing and maps out the steps they need to succeed, some confidently share their fancy footwork at Day on the JAY and the combined Rock the Block-Student Involvement Fair! (Photo by Paul Vernon)
Free Pipe Organ Concert
September 20, 2019
Bishop Backer Fall Community Day
September 28, 2019
‘From Delaware to Deng Xiaoping’
Presentation by Ezra Vogel ’50
September 30, 2019
Presentation by Dave Kaufman ’81
October 1, 2019