Thursday, October 12, 2017

AU Alumnus Exhibits 'Opioid Trail' Exhibit in NYC


Ashland University alumnus Andrew D. Ringler's exhibition titled "The Opioid Trail " is on view from October 4-22 at Gallery OneTwentyEight in NYC. Ringler's work is a stirring visual exploration of the people and places throughout rural America affected by a dismal outbreak of despair and drug abuse. READ MORE

Nesbitt Shines at WVMC Internship


This past summer, senior journalism and digital media major Tom Nesbitt worked more than 100 hours for his internship at WVMC in Mansfield, Ohio. Tom explains, "my internship at WVMC provided me with experience that shall be valuable to my future career, especially working in multiple formats and genres." READ MORE

Biology Major Interned in Croatia


Senior biology and health and risk communication major Hannah Wiles is planning to become a physicians assistant after graduating in the spring.  This past summer Hannah interned for two weeks in a hospital in Pula, Croatia as part of a program called Gap Medics. FULL STORY

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Rinehart Lecture: The Virtues of a Christian Teacher

Ashland University Lecture to Center on ‘The Virtues of a Christian Teacher’ This year’s Don Rinehart Lecture in Practical Theology will feature Dr. Wesley Null, vice provost for Undergraduate Education and professor of Curriculum at Baylor University in Texas, speaking on the topic of “The Virtues of a Christian Teacher.” The event is set for Wednesday, Oct. 11, at 7:30 p.m. in Jack and Deb Miller Chapel and is free and open to the public. READ MORE

Byndas Passes Exam C

Congratulations to Michael Byndas for passing Exam C: Construction and Evaluation of Actuarial Models, of the Actuarial Science exams.

Monday, October 9, 2017

Le Studies Abroad in Seoul


Brian Le, a history, political science and international political studies triple major and Ashbrook Scholar, is studying abroad this semester at Handong Global University in South Korea. He’s studying lots of American legal and constitutional thought as well as Korean foreign policy and even some Chinese political theory. READ MORE

100% Pass Rate for Integrated Language Arts

The English Department is pleased to announce that 100% of the test takers in the Integrated Language Arts and Bachelor's Plus programs passed both exams required for licensure by the state of Ohio in the 2016-17 academic year. READ MORE