Christa Craven the dean for faculty development and professor of women's, gender, & sexuality studies and sociology and anthropology

Craven receives 2021 CAR Book Prize for ‘Reproductive Losses: Challenges to LGBTQ Family-Making’

The 2021 Council on Anthropology and Reproduction (CAR) Book Prize has been awarded to Christa Craven the dean for faculty development and professor of […]

Shelley Judge

Shelley Judge named NCAA Division III Faculty Athletic Representative of the Year

Shelley Judge, one of The College of Wooster’s two faculty athletics representatives (FAR), was chosen as this year’s NCAA Div. III Faculty Athletics Representative […]

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Students and faculty team up to help local community adapt to climate change

As Northeast Ohioans along with people around the world live through unprecedented levels of natural disasters due to climate change, students and faculty at […]

Ahmet Atay, professor of communication studies and chair of the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; Global Media and Digital Studies, and Film Studies

Ahmet Atay co-edits book on mentoring in higher education

Professor of communication studies emphasizes importance of mentors taking a cultural perspective

Claire J. C. Eager

Claire J.C. Eager awarded grant to complete book

Claire J.C. Eager, visiting assistant professor of English at The College of Wooster, was named one of 14 awardees of the Project Development Grant […]

Sally Staley ’78

Sally Staley ’78 elected chair of Wooster Board of Trustees

Staley to succeed Donald R. Frederico to lead The College of Wooster Board of Trustees as first woman in position beginning July 1

Denise Bostdorff, professor of communication studies

Denise Bostdorff discusses journal reviewing on podcast

Communication studies professor gives advice to young scholars interested in becoming a peer reviewer

Jennifer Faust, assistant professor of chemistry

Wooster chemistry professor receives CAREER grant from NSF

Jennifer Faust awarded $641,239 grant over 5 years to support research with students in atmospheric and environmental chemistry

Ahmet Atay, professor of communication studies and chair of the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; Global Media and Digital Studies, and Film Studies

Ahmet Atay receives award recognizing his impactful contributions to gender and sexuality studies, queer studies

Ahmet Atay, professor and chair of the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGSS); Global Media and Digital Studies, and Film Studies programs at The […]

Ahmet Atay, professor of communication studies and chair of the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; Global Media and Digital Studies, and Film Studies

Ahmet Atay coedited two books on intercultural communications studies

Professor of communication studies highlights underrepresented perspectives in the field

Students in the class explored Wooster’s campus together in a scavenger hunt.

Globally minded approach to FYS Course connects students studying remotely

First-year Seminar (FYS) courses at The College of Wooster build students’ writing and critical thinking skills in their first semester at College. Composed of […]

: Hayward (center) com worked with colleagues (from left to right) Benjamin Hernández Pacheco, Michelle Prain Brice, Tess Henthorne ’16, Maria Paz Zegers Correa at the Digital Imaging Lab of the National Library of Chile in the summer of 2019.

Jennifer Hayward leads Chilean newspaper digitization project

The National Library of Chile publishes nineteenth century Anglophone newspapers digitized by a transnational team that includes Wooster students

New faculty add to academic excellence at Wooster

A virtual new faculty orientation earlier this summer as well as a number of teaching workshops allowed faculty to collaborate and develop strategies for online classes.

Angie Bos

Political science study in children demonstrates 100-years of women’s suffrage is not enough to close gap political engagement

Political science professor Angie Bos emphasizes need to involve young girls in politics

Wooster Mourns the Passing of Computer Science Professor Denise Byrnes

29-year member of faculty remembered as pioneer in CS, devoted teacher and advisor

Don Goldberg Selected as Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Wooster professor of communication sciences and disorders receives prestigious recognition

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

Jeffery Lantis

Lantis’ New Book Focuses on Influence of Extreme Factions Within Political Parties

Wooster faculty member a co-author of “The Battle for U.S. Foreign Policy”

Wooster Faculty Adopts Test-Optional Admission Policy

Applicants will have the option to submit ACT or SAT test scores, but no longer required

Susan Clayton

Clayton Offers Reflections on Coronavirus, Climate Change During Interview with Climate One

Wooster faculty member part of panel discussion on “Invisible Threats: COVID-19 and Climate Change”