Category: in the world

November 12, 2020
In the World

#WHEREARETHEYNOW?

Robert Leigh Davis, Wittenberg University professor emeritus of English, keeps a white paper “H” taped above his writing desk, a reminder of a moment he experienced at a Nuremberg, Germany church service that inspired the theme of his latest book, Playful Wisdom: Reimagining the Sacred in American Literature, from Walden to Gilead (Lexington Books, October 2020).

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November 12, 2020
In the World

Tiger Swag Success

Wittenberg University alumni have always bonded over their alma mater’s famed “flying W” brand identity mark. The gothic-styled first letter in the University’s name has served as an immediate connector among alumni and as a point of pride, worn proudly on apparel and various Tiger swag.

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November 11, 2020
In the World

Remembering Veterans

With the mission to Remember fallen U.S. veterans, Honor those who serve, and Teach children the value of freedom, the nonprofit organization Wreaths Across America coordinates wreath-laying ceremonies across the country.

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October 13, 2020
In the World

Wittenberg Philosopher Invited to Speak at Akron Roundtable

Wittenberg University’s Julius Bailey, associate professor of philosophy, will be the featured speaker for the Akron Roundtable, a free, one-hour live virtual forum, at noon this Thursday, Oct. 15.

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October 9, 2020
In the World

Alumni Leaders

With the mission of serving as a liaison for Wittenberg University by engaging and connecting the alumni body for the purpose of supporting the University’s mission and goals, the Alumni Board works to encourage alumni engagement in the life of the institution.

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October 8, 2020
In the World

#WhereAreTheyNow?

When Claudia Cornett, professor emeritus of education, retired from Wittenberg University in 2000, she anticipated working as an author and consultant, roles she’d taken on throughout her 24 years of teaching.

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