Naoka Skala, assistant professor of theatre and dance at The College of Wooster, received the Herbert D. Greggs Merit Award of Outstanding Article from the United States Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT).

Naoko Skala honored for outstanding article in Theatre Design & Technology journal

Naok0 Skala, assistant professor of theatre and dance at The College of Wooster, received the Herbert D. Greggs Merit Award of Outstanding Article from […]

Joseph Coll, assistant professor of political science at The College of Wooster, coedited Lessons Learned from the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election: Hindsight is 2020

Political science professor publishes book providing insights from 2020 election

Joseph Coll, assistant professor of political science at The College of Wooster, recently published a book providing insights into the historic 2020 election, held […]

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Statistical and data sciences professor uses structural equation modeling to show the importance of relationships in STEM degree persistence

Jillian Morrison, assistant professor of statistical and data sciences at The College of Wooster, was featured in the “Meet a Member” column of the […]

Don Goldberg, professor at The College of Wooster in the communication sciences and disorders, talked about his work on the Test of Auditory Functioning with fellow Wooster faculty and staff at the Celebration of Creators and Scholars on March 1.

Don Goldberg develops much-needed Test of Auditory Functioning to assess children who are deaf or hard of hearing

Donald M. Goldberg, a professor at The College of Wooster in the communication sciences and disorders (CSD) program and a professional staff member at […]

Ahmet Atay, professor of communication studies and chair of global media and digital studies at The College of Wooster

Ahmet Atay named Distinguished Scholar by National Communication Association’s International and Intercultural Communication Division

Ahmet Atay, professor of communication studies and chair of global media and digital studies at The College of Wooster, received the Distinguished Scholar Award […]

Christina Welsch, associate professor of history and South Asian studies at The College of Wooster

Christina Welsch’s The Company’s Sword co-winner of John Ben Snow Prize

Christina Welsch’s book The Company’s Sword: The East India Company and the Politics of Militarism, 1644-1858, earned the 2023 John Ben Snow Prize for the […]

Suwatana “Pla” Rockland, costume designer and costume shop supervisor, recently completed the colorful costumes and folk art for the Sarasota, Florida, production of Once on This Island by the Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe.

Suwatana Rockland inspires students and costume creations

The College of Wooster’s costume designer and costume shop supervisor draws much of her creative inspiration from nature before transforming the vision into magnificent […]

Qimin Huang receives early-career NSF grant to research data-driven mathematical tools that address antibacterial resistance

Qimin Huang, assistant professor of mathematics who also teaches in statistical and data sciences at The College of Wooster, received a National Science Foundation’s Launching […]

Ahmet Atay, professor of communication studies and chair of global media and digital studies at The College of Wooster

Professor Atay publishes new book about generational media and culture

Ahmet Atay, professor of communication studies and program chair of global media & digital studies at The College of Wooster, recently published Millennials and […]

Amyaz Moledina, professor of economics and business economics at The College of Wooster

Professor of economics and business economics publishes research summary on economic impacts of foodborne antimicrobial resistance

Amyaz Moledina, professor of economics and business economics at The College of Wooster, recently co-authored a research summary for policymakers that was published by […]

Mark Snider, Robert E. Wilson Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at The College of Wooster

Longtime research identifies enzyme’s role in removing contaminants from the environment

Mark Snider, Robert E. Wilson Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at The College of Wooster, has identified the kinetic mechanism of […]

Students walk on the quad in front of Kauke Hall in the fall at The College of Wooster.

Wooster welcomes new faculty to campus community this fall

The College of Wooster welcomes new faculty to a number of programs this fall, bringing new perspectives and academic innovation to the classroom. Included […]

Ellyn Evans

Biochemistry and molecular biology professor receives travel award to attend international conference in plant-microbe research

Ellyn Evans ’16, visiting assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at The College of Wooster, received a Shimamoto Travel Grant from the International […]

Nigel Brush, John Garber Drushal Distinguished Visiting Professor of Archaeology and Anthropology at The College of Wooster

Archaeological excavation uncovers clues that climate change between 1300-1800 disrupted lives of some early Ohio inhabitants

A 30-year archaeological survey and excavation at sites in Ohio’s Walhonding Valley, about an hour south of Wooster, has discovered evidence that the abrupt […]

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Professor Clayton pens essay for Time about owning climate anxiety

Susan Clayton, Whitmore-Williams Professor of Psychology at The College of Wooster, wrote an essay for Time calling attention to the ever-more-present reality of climate […]

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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 […]

Hamed Goharipour

Urban studies professor contributes article for Encyclopedia Iranica

Hamed Goharipour, assistant professor of urban studies at The College of Wooster, recently published an essay on “Tehran in Iranian Post-Revolutionary Films” in the […]

Image: Edmiston and Yubin Kim '24, a chemistry major, use Wooster's advancement mass spectrometer to study the chemicals in their samples.

Chemistry professor receives federal grant to study “forever chemicals”

Paul Edmiston, the Theron L. Peterson and Dorothy R. Peterson Professor of chemistry at The College of Wooster, received a $140,884 federal grant from […]

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Mentoring in intercultural and international contexts is personal topic for Ahmet Atay’s newest book

Mentoring is an important and personal topic for Ahmet Atay, professor of global media and digital studies, communication studies, and women’s, gender, and sexuality […]

Amber Garcia

Wooster professor Amber Garcia named finalist for Pearson Excellence in Education Award

Amber Garcia, professor of psychology at The College of Wooster, has been named a finalist for the Pearson Excellence in Education Award in the […]