Thiel College’s annual Spring into Action event is expanding to cover several locations over five days. Last year’s day of service and volunteering included students cleaning up Riverside Park and Main Street.
The third annual Thiel College Haer Family Symposium features internationally renowned expert in sports-related concussions Michael Collins, Ph.D., at 11:30 a.m. Friday, April 15 in the Lutheran Heritage Room of the Howard Miller Student Center.
Thiel College Vice President of Student Life Michael McKinney ’02 will be recognized as an influential young leader during this year’s Mercer County chambers of commerce “40 under Forty” awards ceremony.
The Thiel Choir is performing spring concerts at two churches in northern and central Pennsylvania, and one closer to home in Greenville.
From the worldwide battle for access to clean water to the Flint, Mich. crisis, water issues are the focus of Thiel College’s 18th annual Earth Week celebration April 5-7. All events are free and open to the public. This year’s theme is “Water Justice and the Earth’s Future.”
Dan Wagner ’17, of Espyville, Pa., was named the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) best production director at the IBS conference for his work at Thiel College radio station WXTC. The conference was March 4-5 in New York City.
Seniors Allison Gloor ’16, of Findlay Township, Pa., and Jaden Nozicka ’16, of Portage, Mich., are Thiel College’s March Students of the Month.
Thiel College Professor of Sculpture Jesse Amar, M.F.A., will exhibit his work at the College’s Weyers-Sampson Gallery.
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