In The Winter 2014 Issue

ON THE COVER: Carol Galante ’76 led efforts to develop affordable housing in the San Francisco Bay area before President Obama selected her to serve in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. (Photo courtesy of San Francisco Business Times)

ON THE COVER: Carol Galante ’76 led efforts to develop affordable housing in the San Francisco Bay area before President Obama selected her to serve in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. (Photo courtesy of San Francisco Business Times)

Features

2014Winter_Feature2Home Sweet Home in the City
Making a dent in housing inequities. Three alumni thank their OWU professor for showing them the way.

2014Winter_Feature3The Mathematics Behind the Melting
How do glaciers respond to our ever-changing climate? A troupe of Ohio Wesleyan researchers traveled to Alaska to gather important data and put their mathematical modeling skills to work.

2014Winter_Feature4Libby and Art—and Jeff Davis ’81
Promoting the liberal arts, 140 characters at a time.

2014Winter_Feature1Celebrating 30 Years of Inspired Learning
For the last three decades, the Sagan National Colloquium has linked the liberal arts to the civic arts of citizenship.

MURAL MASTERPIECE: More than 200 OWU students, faculty, and staff members came together during Homecoming Weekend to create a new mural that celebrates diversity, social justice, acceptance, and the importance of community.

MURAL MASTERPIECE: More than 200 OWU students, faculty, and staff members came together during Homecoming Weekend to create a new mural that celebrates diversity, social justice, acceptance, and the importance of community.

Departments

Leader’s Letter

Letters

From the JAYwalk

Gifts and Gratitude

In Writing

Comfort Zones

OWU Timescapes

Bishop Battles

Alumni Profile

Alumni Happenings

Class Notes

The Final Word

SAVE THE DATE! Alumni Weekend 2015, May 15-17, 2015. community.owu.edu/AW2015

SAVE THE DATE! Alumni Weekend 2015, May 15-17, 2015. community.owu.edu/AW2015


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