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August 23, 2018
Life At Witt

Traveling Abroad

For 10 days, the Wittenberg women's basketball team spent time in Australia, competing against other teams, bonding, exploring history, traveling new paths, and serving others.

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December 13, 2019
Life After Witt

Charlie Painter ‘69

With more than 760 career coaching wins, Charlie Painter, Wittenberg University class of 1969 and recipient of the 2018 Dayton Agonis Club Don Donoher/Mike Kelly Coach of the Year award, was inducted this year into the Ohio Tennis Coaches Hall of Fame.

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December 11, 2019
Learning and Research

Diversity in the Classroom

Celebrating the inaugural year of Strengthening Ohio’s Teacher Pipeline Through Partnership, the Wittenberg/Yellow Springs Teacher Pipeline Scholars and Yellow Springs Teacher Mentors were recognized at a recent dinner at the Bayley Alumni House.

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Tiger Days 2020

Are you interested in learning more about Wittenberg? Join us for a campus tour and information session about what makes Wittenberg University distinctive. We invite high school students interested in experiencing our uniquely active and engaged learning environment that provides students with the skills and confidence to make an impact on the world. People can tell you how great Witt is, but the best way to know whether it is right for you is to see it - and experience it - for yourself.

December 5, 2019
On Campus

Hagen Center Names Director

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

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