Jason Rosch ’01

Biology grad researches pathogens at St. Jude’s to develop new cures for childhood pneumonia

Jason Rosch ’01 initially chose The College of Wooster for its small class sizes, engaged faculty, and tight-knit community, as well as the emphasis […]

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Christa Craven’s book selected as an essential resource on reproductive rights

Reproductive Losses: Challenges to LGBTQ Families, a book by Christa Craven, professor of women’s, gender, and sexuality studies and anthropology at The College of […]

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Ahmet Atay elected president of Central States Communication Association

Ahmet Atay, professor of global media and digital studies, communication studies, and women’s, gender and sexuality studies at The College of Wooster, was recently […]

Susan Clayton

Professor Clayton discusses climate change’s effects on mental health on NPR podcast

Susan Clayton, Whitmore-Williams Professor of Psychology at The College of Wooster, was recently featured on the podcast The Sound of Ideas, produced by Ideastream […]

Zoe Seymour '23

‘Overlooked Adoptees’ I.S. research earns Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Award at the Senior Research Symposium

Zoe Seymore ’23 grew up in Texas after being adopted from China when she was 11 months old. The adoption community has always been […]

Jen Mynard '23

I.S. builds case for accessible sustainable housing

Jen Mynard ’23 believes making sustainability more accessible to everyone will be “the issue of the coming century as climate change threatens all.” The […]

Lucy Agurkis '23

Dual research in psychology and studio art helps validate art therapy career goals

For several summers, Lucy Agurkis ’23 worked at Camp Squanto in New Hampshire—it’s where her parents met, and it’s a special place that the […]

Jack Donahue ’24 and Takoda Zuehlke ’23 presented posters on their research at the National American Society of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (ASBMB) meeting in Seattle, Washington.

Wooster student wins honorable mention for I.S. research at National American Society of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Meeting

A group of ten Wooster students attended this year’s National American Society of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (ASBMB) meeting in Seattle, Washington, in March […]

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Class of 2023 urged to carry Wooster spirit of growing and learning with them after Commencement

The College of Wooster celebrated the Class of 2023 in its 153rd Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 13, 2023, in the Scot Center with […]

Mark Wilson, the Lewis M. and Marian Senter Nixon Professor of Natural Sciences

Earth Sciences professor names fossil for Wooster

Mark Wilson, the Lewis M. and Marian Senter Nixon Professor of Natural Sciences in the Department of Earth Sciences at The College of Wooster, […]

Alice Markey '23

Environmental studies major finds vibrant communities in Denmark cohousing research

In the age of technology, connecting to those closest to you seems like it would be easy, but some people don’t even know the […]

Zoe Semersky '23

Medical relevance and foundational biochemical research skills combine in I.S. project

Field hockey brought Zoë Semersky ’23 to The College of Wooster as a freshman recruit. On the field as a collegiate field hockey goalkeeper, […]

Lake Barrett '23

Biology I.S. research contributes to scientific understanding of melanism in Abert’s squirrels

A little black squirrel with tufted ears caught the attention of Lake Barrett ’23, not because of the tufted ears, but because the squirrel […]

Glenna Van Dyke '23

Digital history I.S. adds Indigenous voices to local history records

History has been a part of life for Glenna Van Dyke ’23 since being born into an Irish-American family in Pittsburgh. She took up […]

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Five alumni to be honored at 2023 Alumni Weekend celebration

The College of Wooster will honor five alumni with awards at this year’s Alumni Weekend celebration, set for June 8 through 11, 2023. The […]

Claudia Partridge ’23, Zoe Seymore ’23, Tomoka Adams ’23

Fulbrights awarded to three soon-to-be Wooster graduates

Tomoka Adams ’23, Claudia Partridge ’23, and Zoe Seymore ’23 will represent The College of Wooster when they take their talents overseas as 2023 […]

Wooster team at American Model United Nations Conference, fall 2022 in Chicago

Wooster Model UN team records successful year

The College of Wooster’s Model United Nations team capped off a successful 2022-23 year with impressive results at the National Model United Nations Conference […]

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Sina Lee wins two grants to support her works in feminist and Korean studies

Sina Lee, a visiting assistant professor in women’s, gender, and sexuality studies at The College of Wooster, recently received two grants to support her […]

Wooster placed on The Princeton Review’s 2023 “Best Value College” list

The College of Wooster has again been named a Best Value College by The Princeton Review, a distinction that shows the value of Wooster’s […]