Ohio Wesleyan’s Sriharsha “Harsha” Masabathula will leave this May with an OWU diploma in hand and a prestigious Young India Fellowship (YIF) awaiting him in his native New Delhi, India.
Ohio Wesleyan alumnus Jabez Co ’12, a member of the Columbus Symphony Chorus and associate flutist/piccoloist for the New Albany Symphony Orchestra, has received the International Sterling Achievement Award—the highest honor awarded by the international professional music fraternity, Mu Phi Epsilon.
From the castles and cathedrals of Scotland and England to Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park—the 10 OWU spring 2014 Travel-Learning Courses will offer students challenging classroom study complemented by transformative worldwide travel experiences that will add a dimension of practical understanding for each student.
Late this month, Ohio Wesleyan Associate Chaplain Lisa Ho will find herself in the company of Vice President Joe Biden, Presidential Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett, and Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) as she attends a “national gathering of some of the most influential and leading clergy” for a national convening and briefing on the faith response to gun violence.
From studying the literature and politics of Ireland to exploring the intersection of religion and environmentalism in northern India, to delving into conservation possibilities for the endangered Green Sea Turtles of Tortuguero, Costa Rica, OWU’s newly-awarded Theory-to-Practice grants promise continued connection between academic theory and real-world experience. Here are our 2013 recipients:
Ohio Wesleyan’s Emeka Aniagolu, Ohio Wesleyan assistant professor of Black World Studies, is one of five Ohio individuals and organizations recognized on January 17 for efforts to advance social change, by Ohio Governor John R. Kasich and Lt. Governor Mary Taylor, at the 28th annual Ohio Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Celebration held at the Trinity Episcopal Church in Columbus.
When one of my field hockey teammates recommended that I join the P.H.A.T club I was slightly taken aback. What kind of club could be named P.H.A.T? Was she subtly trying to tell me something? In order to alleviate some of my confusion, I looked into it further and was pleasantly surprised by what I found.