Myrna Hernandez

Hernández named interim vice president of student affairs and dean of students

Myrna Hernández, associate vice president of student affairs and senior associate dean of students, has been named interim vice president of student affairs and […]

Wooster Part of Statement Prioritizing Self-Care, Care for Others to Prospective Students

VP for Enrollment Scott Friedhoff among nation’s admissions leaders to sign statement

Jonathan Huisel ’14

Business economics alumnus supports PPE supply chain for essential businesses and organizations

Jonathan Huisel ’14 takes pride in Wooster background

Wooster Professor Part of New Innovative Research on Neural Networks

John Lindner part of NAIL team that is teaching artificial neural networks to adapt to chaos

John Talbot ’81

Involvement in student organizations prepares alumnus for leadership role

CEO of California’s Milk Advisory Board, John Talbot ’81, supports dairy farmers through challenges of pandemic

Susan Clayton

Susan Clayton the First Guest on Environmental Identities Program

Wooster professor discussed number of issues related to environmental identity on new webcast

Jean Pham '17

Psychology alumna wins award for non-invasive diagnostic technology

Experience with interdisciplinary collaboration prepares Jean Phuong Pham ’17 for master’s program

Kauke Hall

Wooster Reveals Plan to Return to In-Person Classes This Fall

2020 fall semester will begin on Wednesday, Aug. 19

Paige Cotcamp ’82

Business economics alumnus applies critical thinking to logistics industry

Wooster education prepares Paige Cotcamp ’82 to contribute to the ‘worldwide community’

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Wooster campus pauses for learning, reflection on Juneteenth

The College of Wooster will halt operations Friday, June 19, 2020, in observance of Juneteenth. President Bolton sent the following letter Monday, June 15 […]

Pause, Learning and Reflection: June 19th

Dear Colleagues, I write at a time where many in our community are experiencing overwhelming trauma, grief and exhaustion from relentless anti-Black violence, most […]


President Bolton on SCOTUS ruling to uphold 1964 Civil Rights Act barring sex discrimination in workplace

President Bolton issued the following statement in response to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling Monday, June 15 to uphold the 1964 Civil Rights Act […]

Next Steps for an Equitable and Inclusive Workplace at Wooster

Dear Colleagues, I write as we continue to reflect on the appalling murders of George Floyd and others through anti-Black violence, and on the […]

Brian Watkins '00

Middle school principal draws on lessons from Wooster

Brian Watkins ’00’s minor in education prepared him for a long career in Ohio schools

Blake Moore

Blake Moore ’80 Named CEO of Touchstone Investments

Wooster alumnus taking over largest mutual fund company in Cincinnati, Ohio

Maggie Popadiak ’05

Sociology major engages community through immersive theatre

Maggie Popadiak ’05 educates people through the arts

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Experts Discuss 2020 Protests Against Systemic Racism

For the second Wednesday in a row, hundreds of students, staff, faculty, and alumni gathered online to discuss the state of race relations in […]

Kimberly McDonough ’17

Music performance major builds career as violinist and teacher

Kimberly McDonough ’17 brings people together through music

Racism, Wooster and the Urgent Work Ahead

Dear Wooster Students and Colleagues, George Floyd’s funeral was today. We mourn his loss as well as the loss of so many others whose […]

Max Lesko ‘06

Political science major learns to engage with academic and social community

Max Lesko ’06 leads National Children’s Defense Fund