Ashland University Alumnus in Middle of Egyptian Revolution
Ahmed Ebraheem, a 2008 graduate of Ashland University, has been in the midst of the Egyptian revolution and has sent emails to Ashland University faculty and staff members petitioning their help.
Ebraheem graduated from Ashland University with a degree in journalism and a minor in electronic media production. After going back to his home country of Egypt, he has worked as a journalist for a Cairo-based daily newspaper and has established a small private video production company that has produced several corporate videos and documentaries for Al Jazeera and BBC Arabia.
Ashland Graduate Has Artwork Displayed in Troop Center
Recent Ashland University graduate Matt Durbin is known across campus for his artwork. Known for his live paintings and drawings, Durbin is a familiar face on campus. His interest in art began as soon as he could hold a crayon.
Relationships Study by Ashland University Psychology Professor Shows Clear Message for Couples: Reasons for Sacrifice Matter More
ASHLAND, Ohio – A study conducted by an Ashland University psychology professor shows that individuals’ reasons for making sacrifices in romantic relationships are more important than the sacrifice itself.
Ashland High School Graduate Interns in Celebration, Fla., through Ashland University Program
A senior at Ashland University, Heidi Roland experienced a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to student teach this past semester in Celebration, Fla., through the University’s Southern Internship Program.
Roland and three other students at Ashland University were not just enjoying the warmer weather down in Florida, but were keeping themselves busy with the amount of responsibility they were given.
Student Wins Lighting Design Award at Theatre Festival
Accompanied by faculty members Dr. Teresa Durbin-Ames and Scott Chapman, several students from Ashland University’s Department of Theatre attended the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) for Region 2 at Townson University in Maryland last week. The 43rd annual regional festival provided opportunities for students and faculty in all aspects of theatre through participation, networking and scholarship.
Ashland University Legacy Program Extended to Include MedCentral Alumni
Ashland University’s nationally recognized Legacy Program, which recruits and recognizes incoming students who are the sons, daughters and grandchildren of Ashland University alumni, is being extended to include a scholarship for children and grandchildren of MedCentral College of Nursing alumni.
The Ashland University Center of Religious Life will be sponsoring a February concert that will feature Christian rock band BarlowGirl and opening group Me In Motion. The concert will be held on Feb. 4 at 8 p.m. in Hugo Young Theatre.