Bos’ Pioneering Study Reveals Opinions on the Presidency Begin at an Early Age

Wooster professor’s research on children’s views of the office of the president was first of its kind

Denise Bostdorff, professor of communication studies

Bostdorff a Featured Speaker at Dole Institute of Politics’ Presidential Lecture Series

Wooster professor offered her expertise on political rhetoric, was also interviewed on NPR affiliate

Wooster Mourns the Passing of Emeritus Professor L. Gordon Tait

World War II veteran, Harvard graduate, Presbyterian minister was a 35-year member of faculty

Halen Gifford

Halen Gifford Honored as Newman Civic Fellow

Wooster junior one of 290 students across the U.S. and Mexico to participate in year-long fellow program

Bos Awarded Fulbright to Study Early Political Socialization of Dutch Children

WOOSTER, Ohio – Angie Bos, associate professor of political science and associate dean for experiential learning at The College of Wooster, has been awarded […]

Computer Science Department Contributes to Major NSF Study on the Evolution of the Domesticated Tomato

Professor Sofia Visa, two Wooster students computationally analyzed DNA of cultivated tomatoes in Latin America

Rick Lehtinen Examines the Frequency of One of Wooster’s Trademarks—the Black Squirrel—in Recent Study

Biology professor’s publication reveals interesting data on localized squirrel populations

Bowen Selected Dean for Curriculum and Academic Engagement at Wooster

Member of mathematics faculty for 13 years excited to take on DCAE role

Ahmet Atay

Ahmet Atay Hopes Ideas from His Recently Published Books Resonate In and Out of the Classroom

Mediated Critical Communication Pedagogy and Queer Communication Pedagogy were both published in November

Gentrifying Brooklyn poster

Africana Studies Lecture Featuring New York University Professor Amanda Boston

Amanda Boston, assistant professor and faculty fellow at the Marion Institute of Urban Management at New York University, will present “Gentrifying Brooklyn: Race and […]

Josephine Wright

Josephine Wright Earns One of Highest Honors in Field of Musicology

Longtime professor of music and Africana studies at Wooster named an Honorary Member of the AMS

If Music is a Place poster

Wooster Music Faculty to Present “If Music is a Place” Sunday, Nov. 10

Performance to be held in Gault Recital Hall of Scheide Music Center

If Music is a Place poster

Faculty Recital to Feature Carrie deLapp Culver and James Marron

Carrie deLapp Culver (soprano) and James Marron (guitar) will present a recital on Sunday, Nov. 10, at 4:30 p.m., in Gault Recital Hall of […]

Amy Jo Stavnezer

Neuroscience Professor Recognized by National Association with 2019 Mentor Award

Wooster’s Amy Jo Stavnezer receives honor from Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience

Christa Craven

Craven’s Expertise on LGBTQ Family’s Reproductive Losses Included in Enlightening Article

Wooster professor quoted in Huffington Post Canada longform piece

Arleigh Savage

Faculty Recital Featuring Arleigh Savage Sept. 21

Bassoon instructor to present recital in Gault Recital Hall of Scheide Music Center

Four Wooster Faculty Awarded Promotion to Full Professor

Announcement made during recent board of trustees meeting

Arleigh Savage

Faculty Recital – Arleigh Savage (Bassoon)

Arleigh Savage (bassoon) will present a recital on Saturday, Sept. 21, at 7 p.m., in Gault Recital Hall of Scheide Music Center (525 E. […]

College Mourns the Passing of Glenn Bucher

Former dean of faculty and religious studies professor was 79

College Mourns the Passing of Floyd Downs

35-year member of biology faculty was 83