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Ohio Wesleyan’s William Hayes (left) and students Jonathan Munroe ’24 and Alena Arnold ’23 visit Chile to study public-private conservation efforts.
Ohio Wesleyan awards nearly $47,000 in new Theory-to-Practice Grants to support OWU Connection signature experiences.
OWU marketing students, including Paddy Colligan ’24 (left) and Jenn Lee ’24, help refugee entrepreneurs in Greece to build up their new businesses.
The Perfect Pitch
Cierra Joiner ’22 (left), Chloe Merritt ’22, and Kenny Streb ’22 win the OWU Venture Pitch Competition, earning cash to help develop their “Closet Capture.”
A Different Kind of Presidential Scholar
Victor David Ayala Vera ’24 poses with the Rutherford B. Hayes statue near campus. He is Paraguay’s first recipient of OWU’s Hayes Scholarship.
‘She Kills Monsters’
The OWU Department of Performing Arts will present four performances of the drama-comedy from Feb. 17-20, featuring Daniel Smith ’24 (left), Ali Dix ’24, and Evan Van Deusen ’24.
Charting a Cosmic Course
Professor Chris Wolverton is co-chair of national panel on Biological Sciences in Space. The group will help “NASA prioritize and plan its investments in fundamental biology and physics research for the next decade and beyond,” he says.
Assistant professor Michele McMahon Nobel writes a book chapter exploring deficit thinking and what educator preparation programs can do to challenge it. The goal is to train teachers to see the strengths in their students, she says.
Linebacker Shane Quin ’22 is honored by the Columbus chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame as Central Ohio’s top scholar-athlete based on athletic and academic excellence.
Levi Kilian ’23 earns Division III All-Academic Cross Country honors from the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association, and the men’s cross country team receives All-Academic honors.
The OWU women’s cross country team receives Division III All-Academic Team honors from the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
First Team All-America
Men’s soccer midfielder Hector Gomez ’22 is named a first-team All-America pick by D3soccer.com and repeats as NCAC Midfielder of the Year.
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