Features

Truth Be Told

The spring edition of ‘OWU Magazine’ features several students and professors who share their favorite places to travel and learn, as well as to think and create.

OWU Commencement 2015

Raindrops didn’t dampen the spirits of those attending Ohio Wesleyan’s 171st Commencement ceremony May 10, as more than 350 graduates, their families, and friends celebrated this special day.

KuShinda 2015

Each year, Ohio Wesleyan University’s Office of Multicultural Student Affairs celebrates KuShinda (to be victorious) as a way to recognize outstanding student leadership, academic achievement, community impact, and more.

Student Symposium Highlights Academic Achievements

Over the past year, Ohio Wesleyan University students have researched connections between brain waves and video games, served as a surrogate mother to 11 baby rhinoceroses, created an original music composition based on minimalism, and much more. On April 15, OWU students shared their academic experiences as part of the University’s first Student Symposium.

‘Outstanding Accomplishment’

While soccer was a leading factor in bringing Matt DiCesare ’16 to Ohio Wesleyan, he’s proven himself off the field, too. The Central Ohio chapter of Financial Executives International recently recognized DiCesare’s academic ability, awarding him a $1,000 scholarship.

‘Where Leaders Grow’

Ohio Wesleyan University strives to plant seeds of knowledge, sow and reap a sense of service to others, and cultivate a passionate community prepared to become moral leaders in the global society. This is where leaders grow! On April 18, the University recognized its student and campus leaders at the 2015 Golden Bishop Awards.

Financial Literacy

Students from assorted majors learned it’s dangerous to hit the financial snooze button when they participated in a recent financial literacy workshop sponsored by the university’s Woltemade Center for Economics, Business and Entrepreneurship.

Remembering the Reeds

Ohio Wesleyan University will celebrate the lives and legacies of Libby and John Reed during Alumni Weekend 2015. This year’s May 17 All-Alumni Convocation will become a public remembrance of the Reeds, each of whom worked at Ohio Wesleyan for 32 years.

Seeking to Heal the World

Brenda Gable’s experiences studying abroad in Jordan and completing an internship with the Syrian-American Medical Society in Washington, D.C., have helped the Ohio Wesleyan University senior to connect passion with possibility.