President Troy D. VanAken presents the Louis and Barbara Thiel Distinguished Service Award to Thiel College alumnus Mark A. Nordenberg, ’70, H’97, Chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh.
Mark Nordenberg ’70, H’97, Chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh, interviews with Jim Cunningham ’77, artistic director at WQED-FM following the Founders ’ Day Ceremony and luncheon at Thiel College on Feb. 6.
Beeghly Gymnasium fills with spectators throughout the evening as the Thiel College Tomcats basketball team puts on a great show. The Tomcats beat PAC Champs, St. Vincent, after four overtimes – with only four players left on the court!
University of Pittsburgh Chancellor Mark A. Nordenberg ’70, H’97 is honored with the Louis and Barbara Thiel Distinguished Service Award by his alma mater Thiel College at its annual Founders’ Day Convocation.
Read about Thiel College’s role in supporting the efforts of The Greenville Neuromodulation Center which aspires to cutting edge technical and procedural training in deep brain stimulation surgery worldwide.
Dr. Erwin Montgomery Jr., Greenville Neuromodulation Scholar of Neuroscience and Philosophy at Thiel College, along with President Troy VanAken, are featured in an article detailing the new Greenville Neuromodulation Center (GNC) that has moved onto Greenville’s Main Street.
Current members and alumni from the Phi Theta Phi chapter at Thiel College talk about their partnership with Children’s Hospital.
Mark A. Nordenberg ’70, the seventeenth Chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh, discusses his career and also talks about his experience at Thiel College.