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 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.
Cooper Smith ’23 didn’t make it ten words into his Moot Court argument—just past “May it please the court”—before the questions started coming at him.
College students are at high risk of spreading flu viruses. Yet vaccination rates among Wabash students continues to be low every year. Dr. Anne Bost and her microbiology class teamed up with Wabash College nurse, Chris Amidon, to re-evaluate how to best educate students on the importance of getting a flu vaccination.
FOX Sports Indiana and FOX Sports Midwest will again televise the Monon Bell Classic between DePauw University and Wabash College when the football teams meet for the 126th time on Nov. 16.
The 16 students in Dr. Shamira Gelbman’s PSC210/PPE238 course entitled “The 2020 Census” are in the middle of a unique experience.
Get an inside look at an experiential learning opportunity through the Global Health Initiative, as Steve Claffey '67 gives Wabash students a summer internship serving at his Indianapolis non-profit organization of Crooked Creek Food Pantry.
Colten Garland '20 prepped for the LSAT and was a key part of a two-man team as an intern with the Obvious Shirts Company in Chicago last summer.
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.
Six Wabash College degree programs rank among the top-one percent of programs nationwide, according to College Factual's 2020 rankings of U.S. colleges and universities.
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