Ashland Theological Seminary classes on the Cleveland Center campus have been canceled for this evening.
I believe a great mental game is what separates the elite baseball players from the rest,” according to Dr. Curt Ickes, clinical and sport psychologist and Ashland University associate professor of psychology. Ickes writes about his experiences working with high school, college and professional athletes in his new book titled “Mental Toughness: Getting the Edge.”
Ashland University is now on Facebook. You can now share comments with old friends, reconnect with old classmates, or just pop in to say hello. Don't forget to add us on Facebook to stay connected.
Dr. Jane Piirto, trustees’ distinguished professor in the Dwight Schar College of Education at Ashland University, has been selected as the 2010 NAGC Distinguished Scholar by the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC). The Distinguished Scholar award is the NAGC’s highest honor.
Trustees’ Distinguished Professor of Chemistry Dr. Jeffrey Weidenhamer has received national attention for his testing of inexpensive jewelry items for lead and cadmium content. His research, which included work done by Ashland University students under his supervision, has been featured in newspapers and national television news shows — leading to a number of consumer products recalls.
We would like to thank everyone who attended a very successful Homecoming 2010! This year provided the opportunity to see many new changes on campus. Alumni traveled from as far as California and Florida to attend, making this year's homecoming a great event. Mark your calendars now for Homecoming 2011, which will being October 15!
As the academic year began on August 23, Ashland University welcomed many new nursing students to the new Dwight Schar College of Nursing. The new college is a result of the acquisition which took place this past summer. The expansion will include a 50,000 sq/ft building on the Mansfield campus to support the academic growth of our nursing students.
Area residents are invited to celebrate the holiday season with Ashland University Department of Music's 35th annual Madrigal Feaste. Tickets are now available for the performances, which will run Dec. 1 to 5 at 6:30 p.m. in Redwood Hall. The Madrigal Feaste is a dinner theater based on the period of Queen Elizabeth I of England around 1600.
The Center for Community Service at Ashland University has scheduled a number of events for students as well as faculty and staff members as part of its “Calling All Volunteers” Community Service Week Oct. 23-30.
The final Spectrum event of the fall semester will be held Nov. 16 when the Golden Dragon Acrobats will perform at 7:30 p.m. in Hugo Young Theatre inside the Center for the Arts. The Golden Dragon Acrobats represent the best of a time honored tradition that began more than 25 centuries ago.