Thiel College graduate Annika Schul ’19 was chosen for a pair of honors by the national organization of her sorority Sigma Kappa. She is undergoing training at Sigma Kappa’s national headquarters in Carmel, Ind. for her position as a leadership consultant with the organization.
Two-hundred-thirty-nine students were named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2019 semester.
Thiel College awarded diplomas to its graduates during its 145th Commencement Exercises on May 5.
Thiel College’s Environmental Safety Management program coordinator participated in the Pittsburgh Business Times Ask the Experts discussion about the “growing need for environmental safety management education.”
Thiel College Coordinator of the Disability Resource Center and the Assistant Director of Career Development Clarissa Arbuckle ’11 was recently recognized as one of Mercer County’s top young leaders during this year’s Mercer County chambers of commerce “40 under Forty” awards ceremony.
Female politicians benefit more than their male counterparts when it comes to positive news, but also suffer more severe consequences from negative news, according to research by a Thiel College professor and her colleague.
Thiel College is accepting registrations for both campus and online summer school offerings that are available and open to students from any college or university or area high schools, too.
Four members of the Thiel College Class of 2019 earned valedictorian honors and one received salutatorian honors at the 145th Commencement Exercises, which were held Sunday, May 5 in the College’s William A. Passavant Memorial Center.
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