A Celebration of Learning: April 5, 2019
On behalf of the Wittenberg Community, we welcome you to Wittenberg's seventh annual Liberal Arts in Action: A Celebration of Learning! This is a day dedicated to celebrating student achievement. The program for this year will be available on this page a few weeks before the event. Past programs are linked below.
We invite you to join us in celebrating our students' achievements!
Molly Wood, Professor of History; Robert Sammis Sr. Director of the University Honors Program
Cherie Rebar, Professor of Nursing
Liberal Arts in Action Committee:
- Brandee Bates Kern, Director of Scheduling & Events
- Linda Beals, Admission
- Cameron Dobrotka, Class of 2020 Senate
- Sharon Greitzer, University Communications
- Holly Gersbacher, Director of Alumni and Lifelong Engagement
- Cindy Holbrook, University Communications
- Ryan Maurer, University Communications
- Sarah Shivler, Assistant Director of Scheduling & Events
- Vanessa Orduna Zarazua, Class of 2020 Senate
Schedule of Events
- Brad Malott's name is misspelled in the program. We apologize for the error.
- Hannah Weaver is listed as "Biology" in the program. The correct area of study should be "Geology."
- Christian and Muslim Perception of Depression and Anxiety within the United States by Emily Walzak, Samantha Stephens, Zacchaeus Martin, Psychology: this 12:00 p.m. poster presentation has been withdrawn.
- An addition to the 10:30 a.m. panel presentation (2-1): Beer-Bongs and Glitter: How Greek Life Upholds Stereotypical Gender Norms by Micaela Pohlabel, Women’s Studies (Shouvlin 203).
- Beer-Bongs and Glitter: How Greek Life Upholds Stereotypical Genders Norms by Micaela Pohlabel, Women’s Studies: this12:00 p.m. poster presentation has moved to Panel 2-1.
- An addition to the 12:00 PM panel presentation (3-1): Miss Congeniality by Claudia Scully, Women’s Studies (Shouvlin 203)
Instructions for Participants
Wednesday, April 3
Leadership Awards Ceremony
Center Dining Room
Friday, April 5
9 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Celebration of Learning
Student Center and Joseph C. Shouvlin Center for Lifelong Learning
Geil Lounge, Student Center