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July 10, 2019
Life After Witt

Kate Mackie ’98

You never know where a liberal arts degree from Wittenberg University will take you. Kate Mackie, class of 1998 from Farmington Hills, Michigan, graduated from Wittenberg with a degree in English with a creative writing/poetry emphasis and a minor in psychology.

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July 3, 2019
Life After Witt

Lucas George ’18

Lucas George, Wittenberg class 2018, was recently awarded a prestigious James Madison Memorial Fellowship, becoming one of only 52 teachers in the United States to be honored with this annual award and the only recipient from the state of Ohio.

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Integrated Learning Leads to Fulbright Award

Waiting patiently and nervously was just part of the process Katherine Winner, Wittenberg class of 2019, had to withstand for months before learning that she was a recipient of a Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant.

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July 1, 2019
On Campus

Dan Butera ’19

Art major Dan Butera, Wittenberg class of 2019, was this year’s recipient of the Presidential Art Award, one of the highest accomplishments an art student can receive at the University.

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June 28, 2019
Life After Witt

Kathryn Chadeayne ’09

Kathryn Chadeayne ’09, a seventh-grade social studies and science teacher at Hayward Middle School, has inspired her students in Springfield, so much that she earned the Excellence in Teaching Award earlier this year.

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June 26, 2019
Life At Witt


The Communication and Business Leadership Experience (CABLE), made up of a select group of around 12 business and communication students, is a two-credit class that focuses on professional development through site visits, class speakers, and case studies.

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