The Princeton Review rated Wabash as No. 1 in both Best Alumni Network and Best Internship Opportunities, No. 22 in Best Schools for Financial Aid, and No. 26 out of 200 of the nation’s Best Value Colleges.
Carol Senkbeil honors her late husband Roger ’68 with an endowed scholarship in his name, awarded to a member of the Wabash College Glee Club in memory of Roger’s love of singing.
Wabash College remains among an elite group of institutions included on the list of U.S. colleges and universities that produced the most 2019-20 Fulbright U.S. Students.
The Wabash College basketball team and two kindergarten and first-grade classes at Hose Elementary School have been going to each other’s schools reading books and playing games, while also establishing student-mentor relationships.
The two-year fellowship serves as a leadership and entrepreneurial launchpad.
The 20th Celebration of Student Research, Scholarship, and Creative Work was held Friday. Afternoon classes were canceled to allow students to present their work to their classmates, professors, and the Wabash community.
Professors Bradley Carlson (Biology), Matthew Carlson (Philosophy), Damon Mohl (Art), Annie Strader (Art), and Heidi Walsh (Biology) all successfully completed the tenure process and will assume the rank of associate professor at the 187-year-old liberal arts institution.
The program will provide up to three full scholarships for entering Wabash freshmen each year who are chosen by the Army to participate in the ROTC program.
Wabash College student Ali Hakim '22 has earned a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to intern abroad during the summer 2020.
Heather Thrush was named one of 10 Outstanding First-Year Student Advocates nationally by the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition and Cengage Learning.
The planning grant allows Wabash to review successful strategies and collaborate with other institutions to build on best practices to ensure student success for historically underserved groups, as well as identify aspects of the College’s innovative summer bridge program, the Wabash Liberal Arts Immersion Program.
Richard J Stephenson ’62 recently received the 2019 Hayek Lifetime Achievement Award. The award bestowed jointly by Austrian Economics Center (AEC) and the Friedrich A. v. Hayek Institute (Hayek Institute) honors individuals who best exemplify the principles of freedom and free enterprise.
President Greg and Lora Hess are translating their belief in the College into substantial gifts, recently announcing that Wabash is included in their estate plans with a substantial endowment gift for student scholarships. This comes in addition to their prior giving to help start the lacrosse program, to the Fund for Student Housing, and to the Annual Fund.
Nov. 8 is the First-Generation College Celebration, a national day of recognition to highlight the success of first-generation college students, faculty, and staff. Here at Wabash, there are 48 members of the faculty and support staff who are first-gen college graduates.
Zachary McKinney ’22 was one of 30 first-generation college students honored with a scholarship at the Independent Colleges of Indiana at the “Realizing the Dream banquet.
Jack Oest has committed a substantial, seven-figure estate gift to the College that will endow a fund to bring prominent speakers to campus every year. The gift is meant to honor his grandfather, the late and much-lauded Wabash Professor W. Norwood Brigance.
The College’s new front door – the Wabash Gateway Project – was officially dedicated on Friday, Oct. 4.
Wabash College has announced plans to construct a new $13-million football stadium that will open when the Little Giants host Rose-Hulman on September 5, 2020.
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