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wes moore

Wes Moore Challenges Wooster Student Body to Fight for “The Others”

Bestselling author and social entrepreneur shares strong message at Wooster Forum event

richard bell

College Mourns the Passing of Richard Bell

Professor of philosophy and religious studies served Wooster for 34 years

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Mark Wilson Chosen as a Fellow of the Paleontological Society

Professor of natural sciences honored at Geological Society of America annual meeting


Local Discovery of New Salamander Breed Leads to Scientific Publication

Wooster professor Richard Lehtinen finds surprising hybridization between red-back and ravine salamanders

Wooster Student Shot at I-71 Rest Stop Near Columbus

The College has learned that one of our students, Alexander S. Melchert, a first-year from Wisconsin, was shot at a rest stop on northbound […]


Lankford One of Seven Finalists for American Physical Society’s Apker Award

Recent Wooster graduate honored for her senior Independent Study on quantum computers

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Proyecto Latino Teams with Cleveland Artist to Apotlight “Justice & Immigration Reform”

Layers of colored sawdust create an ephemeral art form called an alfombra

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Wooster and Princeton Again Singled Out By College Presidents and Deans

Praised for “stellar” undergraduate research and senior capstone programs

Bryan Karazsia

Women Now More Accepting of Their Body Image, Karazsia’s Study Reveals

Wooster psychology professor receives national attention following publication of study

seth kelly

NIH Awards Wooster Professor a Three-Year Grant to Continue Research on Nervous System Development

Seth Kelly will use significant funding to continue comparing similarities of fruit fly and human brain development

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Energetic, Enthusiastic, Engaging: The Legacy of John Gabriele

Popular professor of Spanish to retire this spring after 30 years as an educator

convocation 2016

Pres. Bolton Seeks a Committed and Intentional Community of Learners, as Academic Year Officially Opens

Convocation ceremony headlined by new president’s call for engaged conversation

Wooster Move in Day 2016

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Wooster Shares in $450,000 NSF Grant

Funding goes toward joint undergraduate research in neuroscience

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Madelaine Braver

Wooster Students Gain Real-World Experience with APEX Summer Fellowships

Structured program offers mentored and financial support during summer internships