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Campus News: 11-02-13 PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 02 November 2013 09:04
A group of 22 Heidelberg University students is reaching out to alumni and friends as a member of the phonathon team for The Heidelberg Fund. Among those serving on the team are Christy Hamman of Bloomdale; and Donna Scott of Perrysburg.

Beginning this semester, Dr. Holly Baumgartner, Ph.D., has joined Lourdes University as Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences.
Dr. Baumgartner holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Toledo, a master's degree in American Culture Studies and doctoral degree in English from Bowling Green State University.

The following local residents are members of Alpha Lambda Delta at Ashland University: Emily Elston of Stony Ridge, majoring in early childhood education and   is secretary for Alpha Lambda Delta; Jessica Jensen of Millbury, majoring in early childhood education; and Mercedes McGee of Rossford, majoring in integrated language arts.
Jensen also is a new initiate of Kappa Delta Pi at Ashland University.

The University of Evansville (Ind.) announces that Jonathan Wood of Rudolph was a finalist in the J.P. Morgan Code for Good Challenge, Oct. 4-5 in Columbus. Wood, who is majoring in Computer Science, was part of a five-person team representing UE in the competition, which challenged programmers to use their technological expertise to make an impact on a nonprofit organization.
The University of Evansville's team won second place out of the six collegiate teams that completed projects for Goodwill of Columbus.

Elisabeth White and Morgan Mabry, both of Northwood, have joined the Heidelberg University-Community Chorus.

Addy Mathias of Bloomdale is a member of the Sports Communication Club at Ashland Univer-sity.
Mathias is majoring in dietetics.
The Sports Communica-tion Club strives to educate Ashland University's campus and the surrounding community of the multiple tenets of sport communication, and how its actions can affect individuals on different levels. By attending sporting events, completing community service, and organizing programming for Ashland University, the members of the Sports Communication Club actively gain knowledge about the sports realm and learn how even consequences on a national stage can result in repercussions on a local level.
 

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