Ohio Wesleyan students, faculty, staff, and alumni make headlines every day with their expertise and accomplishments. Here are a few of the latest highlights…
OWU Men’s Soccer Team
According to Stars and Stripes: “Hundreds of fans crowded around the Bruhlstadion pitch in Baumholder on Wednesday evening [Aug. 7] to watch the OWU Battling Bishops face the German Forces national team in an international friendly that has grown into a small-town tradition.’’ Coach Jay Martin has been taking his Battling Bishops to Germany since 1990.
Read the Stars and Stripes article.
Ricardo Balmaceda ’16
Ricardo Balmaceda is included in The New York Times’ slideshow of “Far-Flung Students.” Balmaceda is from Mexico City.
View the New York Times slideshow.
Joshua Obar ’01
Joshua Obar, Ph.D., of the Department of Immunology and Infectious Diseases at Montana State University-Bozeman is honored with a 2013 Young Investigator Award from the Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy (ICAAC) for his research on factors affecting the regulation of immunological memory responses to infection.
Read the American Society for Microbiology article.
William Reilich ’13 and Andy Winters ’13
Both members of Ohio Wesleyan’s 2013 North Coast Athletic Conference Championship-winning men’s basketball team, Bill Reilich joins the coaching staff at Indiana University South Bend and Andy Winters at Ohio Dominican University.
Professor Sean Kay
A regular contributor to the “War on the Rocks” global security blog, professor Sean Kay writes about “Reaping What We Sow with Russia,” noting that regarding the Edward Snowden situation: “[I]t seems we are now paying a heavy price for 20 years, starting under President Bill Clinton and exacerbated under President George W. Bush, of failing to establish a relationship with Russia that was based on mutual interests and gains.”
Read the War on the Rocks post.
Jeff Coulson ’71
LAXPower.com features Jeff Coulson, founder of Indoor Action Sports in Greenfield, Mass., in an article about his longtime involvement in the Lake Placid Summit Classic, including organizing a record 11 lacrosse teams to participate in the 24th annual event this year.
Read the LAXPower.com article.
Norman Vincent Peale ’20
Investor’s Business Daily features Norman Vincent Peale (deceased) in a “Leaders & Success” article discussing Peale’s legacy as “one of America’s most popular motivational speakers and the author of best-sellers like ‘The Power of Positive Thinking.’”
Read the Investor’s Business Daily article.