Education

Clark State Announces New Manufacturing Scholarship and Sweet Advanced Manufacturing Center
Education

Clark State Announces New Manufacturing Scholarship and Sweet Advanced Manufacturing Center

The Clark State Foundation will begin offering a new scholarship opportunity to students majoring in manufacturing technologies thanks to Greg and Alicia Hupp of Springfield. The Greg and Alicia Sweet Hupp Scholarship will benefit two Clark State students annually. Alicia Sweet Hupp, president and CEO of the Sweet Manufacturing Company, said the couple set up…

Hagen Center, Community Service Program Celebrate Milestone Anniversaries
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Hagen Center, Community Service Program Celebrate Milestone Anniversaries

Wittenberg’s Susan Hirt Hagen Center for Civic & Urban Engagement, established in 2008, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, at the same time the university’s longstanding Community Service Program turns 30. A ceremony for both anniversaries took place during Homecoming and Reunion Weekend 2018 in October to reflect on student successes, thank those who…

Clark State Board Member Bell Reappointed to National Committee
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Clark State Board Member Bell Reappointed to National Committee

Clark State Community College Board of Trustees member Andy Bell has been reappointed to the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) Finance and Audit Committee for 2019. “Andy Bell has served Clark State’s students, faculty and staff with distinction as a Board member,” said Dr. Jo Alice Blondin, president of Clark State. “Now, on a…

New Partnership Supports College Promise Program
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New Partnership Supports College Promise Program

Wittenberg University recently joined several other Ohio colleges and universities in partnering with the Montgomery County Ohio College Promise program. The program, created in 2010, seeks to identify, select, and support 500 Montgomery County, poverty-impacted, eighth-grade students, over a 10-year period, who have shown academic promise so that the dream of attending and graduating from…

Clark State Approved for Second Bachelor’s Degree
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Clark State Approved for Second Bachelor’s Degree

Clark State Community College has received official approval from the Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) for a second applied baccalaureate degree. The four-year degree in Web Design and Development is anticipated to be available to students beginning in 2020 pending final approval by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). “We are grateful to the ODHE…

Writer, Tutor Excels in Field and On Campus
Education

Writer, Tutor Excels in Field and On Campus

Jennifer Ryan, class of 2019, might just be one of the busiest seniors on Wittenberg’s campus. The English major from Upper Burrell, Pennsylvania, has certainly squeezed everything she can into her four years of college, from being involved in a wide array of activities to working three on-campus jobs, including statistician in the Athletics Department,…

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