Angela Danso Gyane

The Nana Yaa Asantewaa War: Analysis of the Political Institutions of the Asante during The War Of The Golden Stool and the Existing Narratives

Student Name: Angela Danso Gyane Major(s): History, Political Science- International Relations Advisor: Dr. Ibra Sene, Dr. John Valdez Dr. Josephine Wright Diversity, Equity, and […]

Noticing Narratives: An Evaluation of Holocaust ‘Lessons’ Portrayed By American Museums

Name: Rachel Ginsburg Major: History Minor: Chinese Advisor: Dr. Joan Friedman This study focuses on identifying and understanding the narratives displayed by American Holocaust […]

Natalia E. Parra Diaz

A Continuación, Black Lives Matter: An Ethnographic Analysis of the Perception of the Latinx Community Towards the Black Lives Matter Movement

Student Name: Natalia E. Parra Diaz Majors: Communication, Spanish Advisor: Dr. Singh, Profesora Garonzik The death of George Floyd, an African American man, in […]

Rhiannon Johnson

An Atmosphere of Words: Clinical Considerations and Practices of Speech-Language Pathologists Regarding the Use of Speech-Generating Devices for Children with Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Name: Rhiannon Johnson Major: Communication Sciences and Disorders Advisors: Donald M. Goldberg, Ph.D., Joan E. Furey, Ph.D., Cara Hammond, M.A. The purpose of this […]

Varying Levels of Impulsivity in an ADHD Rodent Model Influences Behavioral Accuracy

Name: Sydney Schultz Major: Neuroscience Minor: Biology Advisor: Amy Jo Stavnezer Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a neuropsychiatric condition that typically arises in […]

Angie Bittar

A Case of Mistaken (Ethnic) Identity: Rethinking Civil War Duration, Ethnic Saliency, Terrorism, and the Real Factors Discouraging Resolution

Student Name: Angie Bittar Major: Political Science (focus in International Relations) Minor: Psychology Advisors: Matt Krain, Jeff Lantis (second reader) The field of political […]

Larissa Lamarca

Hyperconnected or Disconnected? An Analysis of Attachment of Smartphones and There Use in Family Households of College Students During the Digital Era

Student Name: Larissa Lamarca Major: Psychology Minor: Education Advisor: Michael Casey, Amber Garcia (second reader) Connection is necessary for survival in all species as […]

David Roney

Without a Second Thought: An Investigation of the Impact of the Fundamental Attribution Error on Perceptions of a Young Adult Who Stutters

Student Name: David Roney Major: Psychology, Communication Sciences and Disorders Advisors: Michael Casey, Donald M. Goldberg The purpose of this study was to investigate […]

Commencement 2021

Wooster to hold in-person Commencement for the Class of 2021

WOOSTER, Ohio (March 25)—The College of Wooster will recognize the Class of 2021 during an in-person commencement ceremony held Saturday, May 8 at 10 […]

Zhen Guo

Defeating the COVID-19 Infodemic on Twitter: A SIP Agent-Based Model of Rumor Propagation and Truth Bot Intervention

Student Name: Zhen Guo Majors: Computer Science, Sociology Advisors: Thomas Tierney (Sociology), Heather Guanera (Computer Science) Most Timely Award As stated by a World […]

Jade Robison ’16

Archaeologist Jade Robison ’16 protects the past so stories can be told for future generations

Jade Robison’s work as an archaeologist at the National Park Service’s Tonto National Monument in Arizona, with 100 active archaeological sites, is most definitely […]

Christabel Dadzie ’04 speaks at a Ahaspora mentoring event in 2019.

Alumna founds organization to support development in her home country

Mentored learning leads Christabel Dadzie ’04 to aspired trajectory

Tessa Ireton

Market Structure and Quality of Service: Investigating Oligopolies and the Quality of Nursing Home Care in California During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Student Name: Tessa Ireton Major: Economics Advisor: Dr. Brooke Krause Quality-of-service outcomes in nursing homes are of great social and human importance. However, especially […]

New student organization promotes inclusivity in performing arts

Teresa Ascencio ’23 and Victoria Silva ’23 founded the BIPOC Performing Arts Alliance at Wooster to empower students who are underrepresented in the industry

Wayne Cornelius ’67

Immigration scholar advises presidential campaigns and provides canine therapy

Wayne Cornelius ’67 volunteers time during pandemic

Barbara Burrell, associate professor of Roman Archaeology in the Department of Classics at the University of Cincinnati

Classical Studies co-sponsors lecture in archaeology

Barbara Burrell, associate professor of Roman Archaeology in the Department of Classics at the University of Cincinnati, to present ‘Archaeology and Ancient Texts: Friends or Enemies?’

Joe Vardon ’02

Communication studies alumnus experienced historical moment first-hand

Joe Vardon ’02 broke the news about the Milwaukee Bucks not playing from inside the NBA Bubble

Mike Frazier ’03

Mike Frazier ’03 analyzes information to put the Kansas City Chiefs in position to succeed 

As statistical analysis coordinator for the Kansas City Chiefs, Mike Frazier ’03 uses player statistics and data generated by coaches, the NFL, and third-party […]

Margie Sosa ’20

Political science major acts as student leader on campus

As the first member of her family to attend college, the transition for Margie Sosa ’20 wasn’t easy. She initially felt intimidated and unsure […]

Kelli Baxstrom ’16

Geology alumna researches landslides after natural disasters

As a geologist for the United States Geological Survey, Kelli Baxstrom ’16 put much of the expertise learned from her time at The College […]