The women’s advocacy group Women Inspiring the Next Generation will bring regional high school juniors and seniors to campus Thursday, March 30 for its annual leadership conference.
The Thiel College Career Development Center hosted a job fair March 21 in the Lutheran Heritage Room of the Howard Miller Student Center.
The newest student organization at Thiel College, the Outdoor Recreation Club, will focus on exploring the region’s natural resources, forging students’ connection to the larger community and teaching students outdoor safety. Interest in the club was one factor that led to its creation—with more than 40 students signed up at the club’s launch.
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.
The last day of the year marks the close of the historic Thiel 2016 Campaign. En route to surpassing its goal, the Campaign has now raised more money than any fundraising effort in the College’s 150-year history. Campaign gifts have totaled more than $65 million.
Thiel College announces Morgan Murphy ’17, of New Castle, Pa., and Nathan Flory ’17, of Export, Pa., as its November Students of the Month.
James Pedas Professor of Communication and Chair of the Department of Media, Communication and Public Relations Dane S. Claussen, Ph.D., announced seven students from a variety of majors compose the 2016-2017 class of Thiel College Pedas Fellows.
The Thiel College Office of Admission has increased its opportunities for students to participate in group visit days on campus this fall.
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