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  • Internationally Regarded Expert in Experiential Learning for Professional Development Comes to Columbus

    May 09, 2017, University Chronicle

    On Thursday, May 25, 2017, internationally regarded expert, Ginny Telego, will be coming to Columbus, OH to share her knowledge about how collaborating with horses can be utilized for professional development.

  • Many diagnosed with autism have found wrestling is right sport

    May 08, 2017, InterMat

    This article looks at wrestling as a sport for those with autism. Of note is Ohio's Mad River Wrestling Officials Association's annual Wrestle Against Autism tournament, which was held at Otterbein University in April.

  • ‘Hamilton’ casting call is good sign for Otterbein

    May 04, 2017, This Week News

    The casting team from the hit Broadway musical "Hamilton" held an open casting call at Otterbein University on April 29.

  • Supplying information for financial aid just got a little easier

    May 02, 2017, The Columbus Dispatch

    In recent years, the IRS Data Retrieval Tool has allowed users to have their tax-return information transferred electronically to federal student-aid forms. “It’s a great tool — it allows the data to transfer with no chance of you making a typo,” said Jefferson Blackburn-Smith, vice-president of enrollment for Otterbein University.

  • Art Professor Nicholas Hill Named Guggenheim Fellow

    May 01, 2017, Otterbein University

    Artist Nicholas A. Hill, a professor at Otterbein University, was recently awarded a prestigious fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.

  • Summer Camps Still Admitting Campers

    Apr 26, 2017, Otterbein University

    It’s not too late to register for summer camps at Otterbein University. Campers can come to campus for fun experiences and learning in equine, music and the sciences. For more information, or to register online, visit www.otterbein.edu/summercamps or call (614) 823-1371.

  • Campus Compact Announces 2017 Newman Civic Fellows

    Apr 26, 2017, Campus Compact

    Campus Compact, a Boston-based non-profit organization working to advance the public purposes of higher education, has announced the 273 students who will make up the organization’s 2017 cohort of Newman Civic Fellows, including Otterbein sophomore Haylie Schmoll.

  • Student Wins National Award for Original Play

    Apr 26, 2017,

    Not-for-profit History Matters/Back to the Future has announced the winner of their prestigious annual Judith Barlow Prize – Kara Jobe - an Ohio-based student, currently at Otterbein University who wrote a one-act play inspired by Lillian Hellman’s The Children’s Hour.

  • Otterbein Receives First-Ever Gift Endowment For Graduate Program

    Apr 25, 2017, Otterbein University

    Otterbein University recently became the recipient of a first-ever charitable gift endowment dedicated solely to assist in the cost of running a graduate program.

  • Otterbein University programs attract and support low-income students

    Apr 24, 2017, The Columbus Dispatch

    The Columbus Dispatch recently took a look at Otterbein's efforts to attract and support low-income students.

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