A trio of Wilmington College science students joined peers from three continents in presenting research at the International Undergraduate Research Symposium held earlier this summer in the Philippines.
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 hosted the Ohio District 17 Science Day Saturday (March 16) for the ninth consecutive year as 64 high school, middle school and elementary school students presented their research projects.
Two Wilmington College faculty members earned kudos for their teaching prowess and an administrator received praise for her focus upon student learning in the April issue of "Cincy, the Magazine for Business Professionals."
College students from Ecuador, Serbia and the Philippines will join those from Wilmington College in presenting their scientific research later this month when WC hosts the fourth annual International Undergraduate Research Symposium.
A Math Club has been established at Wilmington College with an eventual goal of establishing a branch of Pi Mu Epsilon, the national honorary society, according to the group’s adviser, Russell Kincaid, assistant professor of mathematics.