Campus News: 04-12-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 12 April 2014 08:08
The University of Findlay Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble will join to perform "Enchanted Places - Worlds of the Imagination" in its annual concert at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Findlay High School Heminger Auditorium.
To reserve seating, contact the UF box office at 419-434-4458. There is no cost for the concert.
The following local students will participate: Amanda Ridenour of Bloomdale, Henry Witt of Perrysburg and Travis Wolph of Fostoria.

A record number of more than 100 Heidelberg University students presented their research at the 21st annual "Minds at Work" Student Research Conference in February. Among those presenting were: Elisabeth White of Northwood, a junior majoring in Education and History, and presenting "A Country Profile on Morocco" and "Integrated Curriculum: A New Outlook for Learning" (co-presenting); Jennifer Simko of Millbury, a senior majoring in Chemistry, and presenting "Study Towards a Cost-Effective Flow Injection Analysis System for the Quantification of Glyphos-ate in Surface Water " (co-presenting); and Krystal Harms of Walbridge, a junior majoring in Psychology, and presenting "The History and Controversy of Music Therapy."
Heidelberg hosts the Student Research Confer-ence annually each spring as a way to increase student interest and knowledge in academic research and scholarship. Each student is paired with a faculty mentor/advisor who assists in the research and presentation preparation process.

Huntington University students shined at the Fort Wayne Ad Federation Awards, taking home numerous awards in the annual creative advertising contest.
Amanda Daunhauer, a senior animation from Fostoria, was awarded gold in the elements of advertising, special effects category for "Clue."
Blake Hughes, a senior computer science and animation from Rossford, was awarded gold in the elements of advertising, special effects category for "Clue."

Natasha Kirkbride, of Pemberville, is a member of the running club at Ashland University, where she is majoring in dietetics.

Frances DiCesare, of Fostoria, is a member of Ashland University Alpha Phi Sorority. She is majoring in middle grades education. The purposes of the Alpha Phi sorority are to uphold high ideals of womanhood, scholarship and service

Lyman (Casey) Spitzer, of Perrysburg, took part in the American Model United Nations Conference in Chicago as a member of the team for Denison University. The conference simulates the United Nations as students prepare for and represent countries and special topics. This year, Denison students presented on the country of Columbia.

Gabrielle Rickle, a Denison University student from Fostoria, is studying off campus for the spring 2014 semester. Rickle, a member of the class of 2015, is studying with the School for International Training Program in Ghana.

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