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August 8, 2018
In the World

"Real" Southern Womanhood

Catherine Egley Waggoner, professor and chair of the department of communication at Wittenberg University, examines the role that myths of southern womanhood play in real women's lives in the Mississippi Delta in her latest book Realizing Our Place: Real Southern Women in a Mythologized Land, co-authored with her sister, Laura Egley Taylor.

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August 7, 2018
Life After Witt

Improving the Lives of Others

Apryl Walker Pope '01 Finds Passion In Helping Others

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August 2, 2018
On Campus

GPS Directing Students to Their Future

Offering the same breadth and depth of programs and services, Wittenberg’s School of Community Education is excited to be operating as the School of Graduate and Professional Studies (GPS).

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July 24, 2018
On Campus

Responding to the Need for Nurses

As the need for more nurses intensifies nationally, Wittenberg University is excited to announce that it will offer its own four-year, fully self-contained Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program beginning this fall.

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July 16, 2018
On Campus

Empowering Student Success

Wittenberg University has announced that Joshua Moore, associate director of the Serving Engaged Empowered & Diverse Students Office (S.E.E.D.S) at Texas A&M University-Commerce, has been hired as the new assistant dean of diversity and inclusion for the Office of Student Development.

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July 10, 2018
Life After Witt

Passion for Public Service

When Adam Hewitt graduated from Wittenberg in 2006, he aspired to become a member of the FBI. A decade later, he is pursuing his passion for public service, but in a way he never imagined as a then newly minted graduate.

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