An interest in learning Russian language and history during his days at Wittenberg led Thomas Hyra, class of 1975, to a lengthy and prestigious career of federal service as a Russian intelligence analyst focused on what used to be the Soviet Union.
In a moment of serendipity, Brandi Lyons, a 2018 graduate of Wittenberg University and lifelong resident of Springfield, Ohio, found the path to her educational and career dreams right in her own backyard.
Scott Voorhees, Wittenberg class of 1978, is putting his uncommon double major in biology and East Asian Studies to work as a member of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) international team.
When life knocks someone down, it’s up to that person to decide to rise back up. Dixie Brown, Wittenberg class of 2005, decided to rise back up and use her past addictions as a catalyst for finding her “calling.”
Just seven years after graduating from Wittenberg University, where he enjoyed a record-breaking career as a member of the Tiger men’s basketball team, Chris Sullivan is making a name for himself as an up-and-coming young coach in men’s collegiate basketball.