The Wabash community has come together in an exceptionally student-focused way to achieve our educational mission during this difficult and fragile time as all of us face a significant public health crisis.
We are working to replicate content that would have been presented at Admitted Student Day. Soon, you will have the information you need to make decisions about housing, selecting a freshman tutorial, planning your fall schedule, and receiving and paying your tuition invoice. Bookmark this site where we will post updates on new virtual events.
Dave Boulware '96, a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases and International Medicine at the University of Minnesota, currently is researching drugs to aid in the treatment of COVID-19. Last week, he received Food & Drug Administration approval for further clinical trials.
Once Colorado native David Riggs ’20 got to Wabash and found his footing on the soccer field, he began to “hunt for experiences.” The financial economics major recently received an Orr Fellowship and says he’s “battle-tested, battle-ready to go out into the real world.”
Larry Landis recently helped start and support the President’s Distinguished Speaker Series (PDSS), which brings inspiring and influential individuals to campus. The Series began in 2017, and the gift allows the events to be free and open to the public in hopes of spurring conversations among the broader community.
When Allie Metcalf stepped into the role of Travel Coordinator, she had no idea what her first semester of work would throw her way. But her background in the military has come in surprisingly handy. In her first three months on campus she was forced to the forefront of some difficult conversations.
It wasn’t too long into her first virtual classroom session – a live chat – that Associate Professor of Education Studies Michele Pittard found herself a little anxious. “I could see five people were typing,” she started.
Educational Technologist Aaron Elam is assisting professors as faculty transition to virtual learning classrooms. Though it's hectic, he still finds time to laugh.
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Wabash College senior soccer player Michael Tanchevski has been selected to receive the prestigious Postgraduate Scholarship from the NCAA.