The Reverend Elizabeth A. Eaton, M.Div., the first female presiding bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) received an honorary Doctor of Humanities degree and sent off Thiel College’s 238 graduates Sunday with a moving address that compelled them to “make the world a better place.”
Thiel College President Troy D. VanAken, Ph.D., was among the 25 employees recognized for reaching a significant employment milestone with the College on Thursday, April 23.
Patricia Murrin (above, second from right) and Patricia Turcic (above, second from left) have spent nearly three combined decades at Thiel College helping students, staff, faculty, alumni and friends of the College feel at home. Now a unique gift set up in their honor will help students in a different way.
Senior Associate Director of Northeastern University’s Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning Through Research, Michael Sweet, Ph.D., worked with the Thiel College faculty Monday on teaching techniques to better challenge, educate and develop students.
Grade schoolers to Ivy Leaguers will help Thiel College celebrate its 17th annual Earth Week with events on April 7 and 8. All events are free and the public is invited to explore this year’s theme, “Warm Temperature Experiences of the Earth.”
Thiel College assistant professor of English Dr. Melissa Borgia published an article analyzing the supernatural lore of the Seneca people living near the Kinzua Dam.
For the 21st time, the Thiel Tomcats are the champions of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC). Four Tomcats won individual titles Friday, leading Thiel to the team title at the 56th annual PAC Wrestling Championships, which took place at Washington & Jefferson College.
Thiel College assistant professor of biology and chair of the Biology Department Dr. Sarah J. Swerdlow recently had her research about a new method of identifying mutant bacteria published.
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