Performance poet, author, activist and film producer Natasha T. Miller joins the Thiel College community for its celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. events Jan. 15-16. She will be the keynote speaker at both the 7:30 p.m. Sunday “Be The Dream” kickoff program and the 4 p.m. Monday interfaith community service. Both events are in the David Johnson Memorial Chapel on the campus of Thiel College.
Thiel College will present Benedict Oddi’s collections “Scouts” and “Nomads” from Jan. 17 to Feb. 17 in the Weyers-Sampson Gallery of the Howard Miller Student Center.
Professor of Business, Administration and Accounting and Department Chair Gary Witosky ’79 will begin the semester as Thiel College’s first David M. Miller Endowed Chair of Accounting in January. Witosky received the appointment in late September, during Thiel’s Homecoming 2016 celebrations.
Presidential announcements, historic fundraising and campus facility upgrades made up the news items at Thiel College that received the most attention this year. Looking back on the year, the following are the top 10 stories based on the number of views in the Thiel College newsroom, media attention and social media impact.
Thiel College James Pedas Professor of Communication Dane S. Claussen, Ph.D., published a book review in the Winter 2016 issue of Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, the world’s oldest scholarly journal in journalism and mass communication research.
Thiel College announces Morgan Murphy ’17, of New Castle, Pa., and Nathan Flory ’17, of Export, Pa., as its November Students of the Month.
Thiel College will celebrate its fifth annual International Education Week from Nov. 14-20 with a range of on-campus activities emphasizing international discovery and cultural interaction.
James Pedas Professor of Communication Dane S. Claussen, Ph.D., was recently appointed as editor of The Intelligencer, the quarterly newsletter of the American Journalism Historians Association.
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