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Diane Rao and Dr. Steele Center on Tuesday. The William Rainey Harper Award for Outstanding Scholarship, The William Oxley Thompson Award for Excellence in Teaching and the Cora I. The William Rainey Harper Award for Outstanding Scholarship, named for an alumnus who was a renowned scholar, educator and the founder and first president of the University of Chicago, was awarded to Associate Professor of English Dr. She has published articles on nineteenth-century literature that have appeared in such journals as Symbiosis: A Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations and American Literary Realism.
Adams has presented six papers at major conferences in the United States and Europe. The William Oxley Thompson Award for Excellence in Teaching, named in honor of an alumnus whose career combined teaching, ministry and service as president of Miami University and The Ohio State University, was awarded to Professor of Theatre Dr.
She began her career at Muskingum in She instructs courses in theatre performance, theatre history and speech communication. During her time at Muskingum, Dr. Rao has directed more than 25 productions and written plays for students to present. Orr Faculty Service Award, named in honor of a Muskingum faculty member and administrator who served the university with devotion and distinction for four decades, was awarded to Associate Professor of Geology Dr.
He joined the Muskingum faculty in During his time at Muskingum, Dr. Van Horn has served as a department chair, a leader of search committees for president and provost, and executive secretary of the faculty.
And that is what truly defines who you are in this world. Balderson graduated from Zanesville High School in and attended both Muskingum and The Ohio State University. No matter what interests they may have, students at Muskingum University can expect to be challenged, Balderson added. Everyone on this campus is here to support and encourage you, as our Muskingum faculty lead you on that journey.
Students volunteer in 15 area service projects on Welcome Weekend. On their second official day on campus, nearly Muskingum University first-year students rose early in the morning to volunteer in 15 off-campus service projects on Saturday. The projects were coordinated by the Student Life Office as part of Welcome Weekend. Muskingum President Susan S. Hasseler spent the morning at the various project locations, assisting with service project tasks and encouraging the volunteers.
Bryce Vernon '21, from Adamsville, Ohio, volunteered at the John and Annie Glenn Museum, planting new flowers and weeding the flowerbeds, preparing them for the fall. Cassandra Bolyard '20, from New Lexington, Ohio, joined a group of students including her sorority sisters at New Concord Elementary painting the playground area.
Julia Sprague, a University Chaplain intern at Muskingum, joined Bolyard at New Concord Elementary School. New to Muskingum, Sprague said the student volunteers were the most polite group of students she has ever worked with. Volunteer transportation was provided courtesy of the South East Area Transit.
Muskingum kicks off fall semester with Welcome Weekend. Academic building tours and seminars filled the daytime schedule, but the evenings were reserved for games, movies and special treats, such as s'mores under the stars. Muskingum University engineering students, faculty adapt interactive toys for children with disabilities. Staci Wilson '18 and Warren Wilson '19, both engineering science majors from Cleveland, worked in partnership with Associate Professor of Engineering Dr.
The adapted toys will either be donated to local families or to a local toy library for distribution. The Muskingum University summer fellowship program selects students to work side-by-side with faculty on research and study that will make positive impacts on our surrounding communities and the world. In , there were seven student-faculty collaboration projects, ranging in focus from Music Education to Biology. For more information about the project, or to learn more about donating toys or funding for toy adaptation, contact Dr.
Nainsi Houston selected to lead innovative University Library Dr. Nainsi Houston has been appointed as the Director of the Roberta A.
Smith University Library, a technologically-rich teaching, learning and research center opened to students in Houston, the Henry S. Evans Director of the Library, will also serve as Chair of the Department of Library Science at the University.
Smith University Library will continue to provide the research and collaboration tools students need to succeed in an ever-changing world. Houston, an author and scholar with more than 20 years experience in higher education, most recently served as Director of Library Services at Heidelberg University, in Tiffin, Ohio, where she also taught several undergraduate courses.
Her work in higher education includes library services roles at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and instruction at the University of Tulsa, Creighton University, the University of Cincinnati and Concordia University in Seward, Nebraska.
Smith University Library is a 40, square foot facility modeled around the modern concept of an information commons, bringing together academic life and social life and infused everywhere with technology. Muskingum University is a member of the OPAL Ohio Private Academic Libraries and OhioLINK consortia with borrowing privileges at more than libraries throughout Ohio.
First-year Muskies get a taste of Muskingum at Room Preview Day. Hundreds of incoming first-year students got the chance to check out their assigned room and potentially meet their roommates during Room Preview day, Friday, Aug. Students were welcomed by members of the Muskingum faculty and staff, who assisted with questions and directions. T-shirts were also awarded to the first 50 students to arrive on campus and other gifts were raffled off during the event.
Cardinal Chorale hosts concert series, workshop on campus The Cardinal Chorale, a select group of singers and musicians chosen from across the state of Ohio, converged on our campus for its third annual music workshop, July As part of the workshop, the Chorale also hosted five public concerts, featuring a variety of musical guests. Modeled after similar workshops held by Fred Waring and his staff, the week-long workshop provided young singers development in body, mind, spirit, and voice.
Rehearsals were focused on study and master repertoire, explored interests in elective and workshop sessions, and built lifelong friendships with other singers and the Chorale staff. The workshop began the Chorale's 23rd annual season, which typically includes concerts in December, February, and a six-day tour in June.
The Cardinal Chorale was organized by Charles R. Since its founding, more than high school and collegiate singers have raised their voices in song as members of the Chorale. For more information about the Cardinal Chorale including a listing of their upcoming performances, visit the website. Professor Arnold talks Russian politics at Lakeside Chautauqua Associate Professor Dr.
Richard Arnold provided insight on Russian politics and culture on July 18 as part of Lakeside Chautauqua Lecture Series. A Quest for Sporting Glory? Arnold explored the relationship between the racial war on the streets of Russian cities and the national politics of the country. Arnold teaches classes on comparative politics and international relations. His classes include Russian politics and Russian foreign policy and he frequently co-authors conference presentations with students.
Last year he co-authored a presentation on the Cossack Congress in America, which he presented with student Dakotah Riddle at the Association for the Study of Nationalities at Columbia University in New York. The event was organized by the Muskingum University Alumni Relations and Admission offices.
As part of the event, attendees received free admission after 5: Muskies were also given the opportunity to connect at a picnic dinner, consisting of an introduction by Muskingum University President Susan S. Hasseler and a video welcome by Columbus Zoo and Aquarium Director Emeritus and Muskingum alumnus Jack Hanna.
The night concluded with a private animal encounter with several wild animals, including a baby kangaroo and two baby snow leopards. To view more photos from the event, visit the photo album. Throughout the summer, Muskingum hosts several events to bring together alumni. To learn more about upcoming Muskingum alumni events, visit the Alumni page. Clair awarded Dale W.
Dickson Scholarship A first-year Muskingum University student has been awarded financial support from the Dale W. Dickson Endowed Scholarship Fund. Clair, a Meadowbrook High School graduate from Senecaville, Ohio, will begin her studies at Muskingum this fall. Sara is the daughter of Eric and Susan St. As a high school student, Sara was in the top 10 percent of her class and was a member of the National Honor Society and Student Council.
She also played basketball and softball. Dickson Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in , following Mr. Dickson, who graduated from Muskingum in , was a member of the Mace Club and served on its advisory board after his graduation. The purpose of the fund is to make it financially possible for deserving and qualified students, preferably from Guernsey County, to attend Muskingum University.
Dickson was a teacher and coach at Meadowbrook High School, Cambridge High School, Cloverleaf High School near Cleveland and Mt. Beginning in , he was employed by Cambridge Savings Bank, where he served as vice president and secretary and as a board member of Camco Mortgage. Dickson was a member and past president of the Kiwanis Club, the Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce Board, the Guernsey County United Way campaign and the board of directors of the Southeastern Ohio Regional Medical Center.
In tribute to his college athletic career, he was inducted into the Muskingum University Hall of Fame in Paul McClelland joins Muskingum University as Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement New Concord-area native and experienced nonprofit professional Paul McClelland has joined the Muskingum University leadership team as Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement, the University announced today.
Serving in this newly created position, McClelland will lead operations within the Office of Institutional Advancement and create and support planned giving initiatives and awareness. He enjoys camping, mountain biking and reading, and lives in New Concord with his wife, Amanda, and their four daughters Maren, Tes, Tsige and Ella. Joseph Nowakowski named an OhioLINK Open Textbook Network System Leader Muskingum University Professor of Economics Dr.
Joseph Nowakowski has been named an OhioLINK Open Textbook Network OTN System Leader. One of seven selected from OhioLINK member institutions, Nowakowski will attend the OTN Summer Institute OTNSI , a training program, in August at the University of Minnesota. OhioLINK created a consortium-wide membership with OTN, a high-profile and growing collaboration of schools, universities and institutions that promotes access, affordability and student success via open textbooks.
To learn more about OhioLINK or Open Textbook Network, visit the OhioLINK or Open Textbook Network websites. Muskingum honors three alumni with Distinguished Service Awards Muskingum University celebrated the personal and professional achievements of three of its most accomplished alumni in a ceremony on campus, Saturday, June 17, part of Alumni Weekend. Lovejoy '51, Benjamin O.The new lecture series was established to honor the memory of John Glenn, Dr. Susan Hasseler, former President Dr. And now 75 Free adult dating proctorville ohio and a day later, we each of us this day hear the echoing strain of two lives so profoundly well-lived. After a week at Single catholic dating clubs, Kerrigan plans to visit Salem, birthplace of Henfield, and spend a week doing research in the Phillips Library in Salem. Holcombe then focused his career on higher education development, leading institutional advancement for Whittier College, Columbia University, and Yale University. For the second year, nursing graduates achieve percent pass rate on Datijg Nurse Licensure Exam. Meyer and Associate Professor of Sociology Dr.