Safe Campus GuideWorking together, we will return to campus this fall and create an environment that fulfills OWU’s educational mission while protecting the health, safety, and well-being of us all.
Alejandra Coronel-Zegarra ’22 is conducting inorganic and organometallic chemistry research with potential applications in photodynamic therapy and fuel-cell production.
Ross Eggleston ’22 is researching how house wrens battle predators that feed on their eggs and hatchlings and which behaviors will help the birds thrive.
Princeton Vaughn ’22 is researching the speed and spread of the invasive common wall lizard for his Summer Science Research Program project.
An Upkey Trajectory
Haris Ali ’22 is completing a virtual internship in entrepreneurial finance and global leadership with Chicago’s Upkey Corp.
Smith Hall’s Second Act
When it opened in 1968, Smith Hall was Ohio Wesleyan’s first coed residence. When its newly renovated west tower reopens in August, Smith will begin its second life as OWU’s home for incoming first-year students.
The Potential of Protesting
Professor Jim Franklin says the protests set off by George Floyd’s killing have the potential to create the public pressure needed to force widespread police reform.
Ahmed Hamed ’20 earns the North Coast Athletic Conference’s Don Hunsinger Award for 2020, recognizing excellence in academic achievement, athletics excellence, service, and leadership.
Woman of the Year Nominee
Cirrus Robinson ’20, OWU’s 4-time NCAA Division III champion, is nominated for the 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year Award. The winner will be announced this fall.
Women’s track & field athletes Tiffany Moore ’20 (pictured), Cirrus Robinson ’20, and Chase Patton ’22 earn All-Academic recognition from the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
Eighty-four OWU student-athletes are named to the North Coast Athletic Conference Academic Honor Roll, recognizing their cumulative grade-point average of 3.50 or higher.
The Ross Returns
Check Out the Museum’s Fall Plans
OWU Among Nation’s Best
Provides ‘Solid Liberal Arts Education’