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.
Kelly Dillon, assistant professor of communication at Wittenberg University, is making headlines with her co-authored research article examining the impact of popular culture on children’s curiosity with guns.
Federal Funding Restored To Wittenberg’s TRIO Upward Bound Program
After five months of uncertainty, Wittenberg University was notified that its TRIO Upward Bound Program will receive a five-year grant in the amount of $516,958 per year from the United States Department of Education.
Don Henderson, Wittenberg class of 1954 and one of the most successful high school basketball and baseball coaches in Springfield history, died at the age of 87 on Saturday, July 8, following a long illness.