Alumni, administrators and faculty came together to kick off the inaugural cohort of Master of Business Administration students on July 8 during the kick off retreat at the The Grand Resort in Warren, Ohio.
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.
The Thiel College Office of Communications and Marketing had its collaborative project with the Department of Athletics earn awards from communications and marketing professional groups.
Incoming students at Thiel College are selecting their first-year seminar classes, which combine the academic rigor of college-level work with subjects that interest a wide variety of incoming students.
Thiel College’s new Master of Business Administration program also includes a path for non-business majors to acquire a sought-after business credential.
The Thiel College Office of Admission is hosting online sessions for accepted and prospective students to learn about the College, the admission process and academic programs.
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.
Thiel College student John Ganiear Jr. ’22, WXTC radio’s business director and news co-director, won a national award for excellence in the category of Best Underwriting Spot, at the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System’s 80th Annual Student Media Conference in early March at New York City’s Hotel Pennsylvania.
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