Ohio Wesleyan University students Lonnie Barnes and Hayden Knisley earned Best Undergraduate Poster and Best Undergraduate Paper awards, respectively, at the annual conference of the East Lakes Division of the Association of American Geographers.
On Oct. 20, William C. Hsiao, Ph.D., a 1959 Ohio Wesleyan University graduate, will return to his alma mater to present at free public lecture and receive an OWU honorary Doctor of Laws degree for his global efforts to improve health care for hundreds of millions of people.
So many exciting things are happening at Ohio Wesleyan University these days that Homecoming and Family Weekend practically burst at the seams this year, extending the unofficial celebration from Oct. 1 through Oct. 5.
“Words can’t describe how positive this experience has been for me. I have become more curious, and am really seeking experiences and opportunities where I can learn, grow, and become a good global citizen and try to learn from everyone and every situation.” – Erica Shah ’16
As part of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, Ohio Wesleyan University will host Peter S. Carmichael, Ph.D., director of the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College, discussing “The Final Battles of the 1865 and the Ongoing Civil War.”
Ohio Wesleyan University music faculty Mariko Kaneda, piano, and David Niwa, violin, who form The Rodin Duo, will perform a free concert at 3:15 p.m. Oct. 11 in Jemison Auditorium inside OWU’s Sanborn Hall, 23 Elizabeth St., Delaware.
“My experience definitely reinforced what I have learned in the classroom. Even in the classes I am taking now, I can take what I learned on the job and connect it to problems that occur in class.” – Sarah Flint ’16
Ohio Wesleyan University is ranked No. 45 in the nation among liberal arts colleges and universities for its “contribution to the public good,” according to Washington Monthly’s 2015 College Rankings guide.
Eddie S. Glaude Jr., Ph.D., chair of the Department of African American Studies and the William S. Tod Professor of Religion and African American Studies at Princeton University, will discuss “An Uncommon Faith: Pragmatism and Religion” on Oct. 8 at Ohio Wesleyan University.
Todd Gordon’s panoramic paintings capture more than mere moments in time. As the accomplished landscape artist and Delaware Hayes High School graduate explains, he is interested in “conveying a much slower, more gradual building of time, space, and ultimately, experience.”
Thousands of people will gather in October in Milan, Italy, for “Terra Madre Giovani” (We Feed the Planet), an international effort “to create and redefine ideas and models” for growing food and feeding the world.