A Celebration of Learning: April 10, 2015
On behalf of the Wittenberg Community, we welcome you to Wittenberg’s third Liberal Arts in Action: A Celebration of Learning! This is a day dedicated to celebrating student achievement. As you will see, there are almost 200 students presenting their work and experiences throughout the day.
Students participating in the Celebration of Learning were selected by their departments to showcase their work. They represent the very best that Wittenberg has to offer. We congratulate them on being selected and want to pass on our thanks for their hard work and participation in the program.
Special thanks go to Sarah Fortner (Geology), Robin Inboden (English), and Amy Livingstone (History), for their help in program planning, and all to the faculty and staff who volunteered to chair the Celebration of Learning panels today. We would also like to thank Audra Hendrix, Elizabeth Howe, Seth Iiames, Jon Duraj, Sarah Jurewicz, Cathie Kuss, Elizabeth Ames, Beth Delaney, Doug Schantz, Marilyn Minette, Lindsey Stevens, Jeanne Riedel, Karen Hunt, Kelsey Ellis, Linda Himes, and Sophia Vandiford for their help and participation in the Celebration of Learning.
We invite you to join us in celebrating our students' achievements!
James Allan, Director of the Honors Program & Associate Professor of Political Science
Nona Moskowitz, Assistant Professor of Sociology
Liberal Arts in Action Committee:
Brandee Bates, Scheduling & Events
Linda Beals, Parent and Alumni Relations
Beth Delaney, Admission
John Young, Student Development
Sharon Greitzer, University Communications
Schedule of Events
9 a.m. – 2:45 p.m.
Celebration of Learning
Student Center and Shouvlin
Geil Lounge, Student Center