The Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges and Universities will honor communication arts professor Corey Cockerill Friday (Nov. 8) as Wilmington College’s outstanding faculty member at the CGGGU’s Celebration of Teaching luncheon.
Students are experiencing wide-ranging changes in their academic curriculum designed to broaden their knowledge and skill sets. Starting this fall semester, the College has implemented a four credit hour system and begun a new general education curriculum that utilizes infused skills.
Wilmington College has established a new minor, Sustainability, that will officially debut in fall 2013. It features an interdisciplinary curriculum with 12 hours in agriculture courses and a dozen hours of electives, from across the academic spectrum, designed to dovetail with a student’s career interests.
The Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education (SOCHE) will recognize six Wilmington College faculty members with 2012 awards for “Excellence in Teaching” Friday (Nov. 9) at its annual Faculty Awards Luncheon.
The word “hunger” conjures images of impoverished children in Africa’s Sudan or Rwanda, but persons in Clinton County are too often going to bed with empty stomachs. In conjunction with Wilmington College’s third annual Food Symposium March 20, a group of 27 students, faculty and staff placed 13,000 white garden stakes in the campus mall Thursday afternoon.
A group of Wilmington College students experienced symptoms ranging from feeling disoriented, anxious and irritable to having actual chest discomfort while engaged in a class experiment. The exercise was not any of the following: spending a night in jail, being deprived of sleep or food, or being forcibly held against their will. Rather, they were separated from their cellphones for 24 hours.