Reynolds and Weilbaker are consultants in the Wabash Writing Center and over Spring Break traveled to Athens, Greece, to discuss best practices with Student Academic Support Services personnel at the American College of Greece.
Of all the places in the world Bryan Gonzalez ’03 has been, rural Iowa is the place he loves most.
The President’s Distinguished Speaker Series (PDSS) at Wabash College is pleased to present Dr. Jean Twenge, whose research focuses on Generation Z.
“There is no way we can work through the complexity here in an orderly way, so you might as well embrace the complexity of it,” said biology professor Dr. Eric Wetzel. “Getting them to slow down and look at something in depth, hopefully, allows them to see that better.”
“I want to be the college director, dean, president, who sets the example and shows other students of color that they have potential to lead a successful life,” said the senior from Indianapolis.
It was macro vs. micro. Big picture vs. hands-on learning. So which environment did the students on the biology immersion trip to Belize prefer?
Speaking in Pioneer Chapel is Marc Nichols, Wabash class of 1992, with his talk titled: “How Does It End?” (Episode 188).