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  • Otterbein University Partnership with TechColumbus

    Otterbein University Partnership with TechColumbus Gives Students Opportunities for Internships, Full-time Jobs

    Otterbein students have proved themselves as interns and earned full-time jobs after graduation through an innovative partnership.
  • Alumni Weekend 2015

    Otterbein to Host Alumni Weekend, April 24-26

    Otterbein University is excited to welcome alumni reunion classes back to campus for the 2015 Alumni Weekend, April 24-26.
  • Paul Longenecker

    Otterbein Instructor Wins 2015 Edgar C. Hayhow Award For Healthcare Management Article

    The American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) has awarded the 2015 Edgar C. Hayhow award for an outstanding article to Paul D. Longenecker, senior instructor at Otterbein University, and his brother, Clinton O. Longenecker faculty member at the University of Toledo, for their research article, “Why Hospital Improvement Efforts Fail: A View From the Front Line,” which was published in the March/April 2014 issue of the Journal of Healthcare Management.
  •  Leadership Certificate

    Otterbein Offers New Leadership Certificate for Adults

    Otterbein takes another next step in the University’s longstanding commitment to developing tomorrow’s leaders today by offering a new Leadership Certificate. The four-course certificate is taught entirely in the evening and is designed for adult learners.
  • No Tuition Increase in 2015-16

    Second Year in a Row, Otterbein University Announces No Increase in Tuition

    Otterbein University announced there will be no increase in undergraduate tuition for the 2015-2016 academic year. The tuition freeze, for a second academic year, was approved by the Board of Trustees at its fall meeting on Oct. 25.
  • Otterbein Announces Tuition Freeze for 2014-2015 Academic Year

    Otterbein University announced there will be no increase in undergraduate and graduate tuition for the 2014-2015 academic year. The tuition freeze was approved by the Board of Trustees at its winter meeting on March 8.
  • Habitat for Humanity Embarks on Annual Collegiate Challenge

    On March 1, the Otterbein Habitat for Humanity team embarked on our annual Collegiate Challenge, an alternative spring break trip. This year, the team traveled to Vineland, New Jersey.
  • Summer Camps at Otterbein 2015

    Otterbein's Summer Camps a Draw for Middle and High Schoolers

    Young music and equine enthusiasts, among others, will love Otterbein's summer camp offerings.
  • Baseball vs Cancer

    Cardinals Baseball Players Shave Heads for Cancer

    The Otterbein University baseball team came together to support a great cause Monday, Feb. 23, shaving their heads at the Campus Center and teaming up in the fight against cancer.
  • Ruth Downing '06

    Ruth Downing ’06 Receives Liberator Award

    Alumna uses forensic nursing background to educate healthcare and legal professionals to work with victims of violence and human trafficking.
  • Bonny Norton

    Pack Scholar-in-Residence to Speak About Language Learning

    Otterbein University will welcome Dr. Bonny Norton for a lecture, “Language and Identity Across Time and Space,” at 6 p.m. on Monday, March 16, in the Fritsche Theatre at Cowan Hall, 30 S. Grove St.
  • Sam and Jillian Snavley ’02

    Cardinal Connections to Cardinal Couple

    The friendships Otterbein students make while on campus are unending. So it’s not surprising that the long-lasting relationships students begin in freshman year often turn into long-lasting marriages. Sam and Jillian Snavley ’02 are no exception. The two met their freshman year around Valentine’s Day and have been together ever since.
  • Women in Philanthropy Summit

    Otterbein to Host Women in Philanthropy Summit

    Otterbein University is proud to host the Women in Philanthropy Summit: Investing in Women for the Common Good on March 3-4, 2015, on the University’s campus.
  • OtterThon Dance Marathon

    OtterTHON Raises Money for Nationwide Children's Hospital

    Otterbein University students are raising money for Nationwide Children’s Hospital with the third annual OtterTHON, a seven-hour dance marathon beginning at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 21, in the Clements Recreation Center, 180 Center St.
  • Otterbein Choirs Concert for WARM

    Otterbein Choirs to Perform Benefit Concert

    The Otterbein University choirs will partner with the Westerville Area Resource Ministry (WARM) with a concert to benefit the community non-profit organization. The Otterbein choirs will perform the “Share the Love: Otterbein Sings For WARM” concert at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 22, in Riley Auditorium at the Battelle Fine Arts Center, 170 W. Park St. The concert is free and open to the public. Donations of cash or checks payable to WARM are encouraged.
  • The Greeks: The Murders

    Otterbein University Theatre Presents "The Greeks: The Murders"

    Otterbein University Theatre presents a bloody, dramatic, rock adaptation of classic literature, The Greeks: The Murders, Three plays by Euripides, Aeschylus and Sophocles, at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 19; 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 22; and 8 p.m. on Feb. 20-21 and Feb. 26-28 in the Fritsche Theatre at Cowan Hall, 30 S. Grove St. Tickets cost $18. Call 614-823-1109 or visit www.otterbein.edu/drama.
  • Lauren Lichtenauer

    Alumna's Non-Profit Provides Adaptive Bicycles to Children with Special Circumstances

    As a junior, secondary education and life sciences major at Otterbein University, Lauren Lichtenauer ’11 accepted an internship position that would fill one of her requirements for graduation. Little did she know, this opportunity at Camp Sunshine, a therapeutic camp in Portland, Maine for children battling life-threatening illnesses, would change her life.
  • Allison Cortez

    Alumna Discovers New Career Path at Otterbein

    College is a time of discovery. Most freshmen think they know what they want to become but many discover new passions once they arrive on campus. For Allison Cortez ’99 things were no different. When Cortez came to Otterbein in Fall 1995, she planned to have a teaching career. Four years later she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in public relations and journalism.
  • Bryan Knicely

    Alumnus Named Executive Director of Evansville Museum

    The Board of Directors of the Evansville Museum of Arts, History, & Science announced today the hiring of Bryan W. Knicely as the new Executive Director. He was hired after a nationwide executive search guided by Arts Consulting Group. Knicely will begin his new role in mid-October.
  • Music Faculty News

    A round up of music faculty and instructor accomplishments and performances.