Thiel College was scheduled to be a host site for the American Heart Association Heart Walk at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26. Due to the pandemic, the in-person portion of the event has been canceled for off-campus groups, but campus groups will meet at the The Dr. Barry ’70 and Carol (Yeager) Stamm ’71 Track & Field Complex and walk an approximately two-mile path through downtown Greenville and ending at the Quad.
On Friday, Sept. 11, members of the Thiel College fraternity Kappa Sigma were joined by two volunteer firefighters from a nearby department to take part in a symbolic walk at the Town of Greenville’s Plimpton Graul Amphitheater in Riverside Park in memory of the first responders who perished in the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
The Thiel College Center for Speech-Language Services is accepting appointments for free speech, language, cognition, voice, and hearing screenings and evaluations.
In tandem with Greenville, Pa. municipal government officials, Thiel College student Molly Shepler ’22 wrote new text for the town’s administrative code through her summer internship.
Three Thiel College students will do their student teaching at Greenville High School this fall.
Thiel College has developed a recruitment program based on one of its most valuable resources—the parents of current students.
Thiel College students, faculty and staff members will begin a project, which will also include collaboration with a local Veterans of Foreign Wars post, next year to research the College’s connection and role in Camp Reynolds and World War II.
Thiel College plans to resume in-person campus instruction this fall. Following the guidelines and recommendations of the Pennsylvania departments of Health and Education, the Governor’s office, and federal agencies, the College is implementing a new schedule for the fall semester, enhancing its technological capacity, and establishing new health and safety protocols.
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