Three-year grant will be used to study soil-dwelling bacteria’s ability to break down pollutants
University of Wisconsin, Madison professor to speak at The College of Wooster
The Ruth W. Williams Hall of Life Science is designed from the ground up to support a distinctive educational program centered on mentored student research.
“Garbology” author, the required summer read for first-year students, to visit Wooster
Free concert to be held Sept. 21, in Gault Recital Hall of Scheide Music Center
Part of Wooster Community Hospital’s Community Care Network
Meg Itoh asks, “What is Chinese food?”
Harry Todd explores the work of Daniel Clowes
From Wooster to Fenway: A Public Historian’s Journey
Major: Religious Studies Job Title: Teacher, The Breck School When Rob Johnson graduated from the Breck School in Minneapolis and headed off to college, […]
Danielle Shepherd was just seven years old when she attended her first IndyCar race with her family.
Cornell professor and author of “Down Girl: The Logic of Misogyny” to speak Sept. 12 at The College of Wooster
Ohio State professor to speak at The College of Wooster
Minnesota Court of Appeals judge to speak Sept. 18
Black & Gold Weekend concert “Not Mostly Mozart, Mostly Sinatra!” is Saturday, Sept. 22, in McGaw Chapel
Annual lecture series at The College of Wooster to study “Tikkun Olam: To Heal a Broken World”
And keeping company with Princeton for the 17th straight year
For a math major with an interest in data visualization and analysis, a summer internship at a Wooster alum’s start-up company in Richmond, Va. was the perfect fit.
Events to take place at Spoon Market & Deli and are open to the entire community