Erin Hord, Wittenberg class of 2017, is living the dream every day in Maui, Hawaii, as a naturalist for the Pacific Whale Foundation, thanks to the numerous opportunities she had as a student at the university.
A study-abroad experience in Osaka, Japan, during his junior year at Wittenberg University affirmed 1974 alumnus Don Wood's interest in Asian art and ignited his more than 30-year career in curation at the Birmingham Museum of Art (BMA) in Alabama.
John Shumate, Wittenberg class of 1999, recently became the new vice president of marketing at Eastbay and will be responsible for overseeing all marketing efforts and leading all sales and brand initiatives for the Eastbay brand.
A summer internship in the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB) following her junior year at Wittenberg proved to be a career-changing experience for LaTosha (Tosha) Johnson Bell, class of 2007.
Wittenberg is where love happens apparently, at least it has for 2,612 of the University's alumni couples. For many of them, their love story first began in the University's idyllic residential setting, and today they share a few of their stories.
Affirmed by Forbes Magazine as one of the Top 50 Most Entrepreneurial Colleges in the nation, Wittenberg inspires innovative thinking in its students, which will again be on display during the university's first-ever Tiger Tank event, Feb. 15.