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June 11, 2020
In the World

#WhereAreTheyNow?

Almost 30 years after receiving Wittenberg University’s highest teaching award and 13 years into retirement, Professor Emeritus of History James Huffman is still teaching, researching, and writing about East Asian history and culture.

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June 8, 2020
On Campus

Wittenberg Announces Fall Re-Opening Plans

Wittenberg University will resume in-person classes on Monday, Aug. 17, a week earlier than the originally scheduled date of Aug. 24, University President Michael L. Frandsen has announced.

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June 4, 2020
On Campus

Leading Community Engagement

Ed Hasecke, professor of political science and Wittenberg class of 1997, has been named the director of the Susan Hirt Hagen Center for Civic and Urban Engagement.

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Preserving Democracy

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Professor of Political Science Rob Baker found a creative way to keep students engaged in his honors seminar class, American Democracy: Problems and Prospects,” this past semester.

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What Is Fake News?

When Assistant Professor of Religion Travis Proctor introduced his innovative class titled “Fake News, Forgeries, & Frauds,” little did he know that his students would have a global health crisis to provide the ultimate study guide.

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May 27, 2020
Life At Witt

Rachel Corsello ’20

Rachel Corsello '20 found Wittenberg’s commitment to hands-on learning to be a huge door-opener, as evidenced by her service-learning project in her environmental research methods course being published.

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