Monday, September 29, 2014

Moseman Passes FM Exam and Completes Internship

Senior Actuarial Science major Joel Moseman has passed the Society of Actuaries' Financial Mathematics Exam. The test requires hundreds of hours of study with 300 hours as the recommended amount.  Joel also recently completed an internship at Union Home Mortgage in the secondary marketing department which is where loans originate, are processed and then sold to other entities such as Ginnie Mae or Fannie Mae.  

AU Theatre Opens "Saint Joan" This Friday

Based on the life and trial of Joan of Arc, George Bernard Shaw's masterpiece “Saint Joan” is slated to run through October 11 in Hugo Young Theatre with audience seating configured on the stage with the production. As explained in Shaw's program note for the first London production, "The true tale of Saint Joan is a tale with a glorious ending; and any play that did not make this clear would be an insult to her memory." Get Your Tickets Today! www.ashland.edu/tickets

Last Film of the Spanish Language Film Festival Tonight, 7 pm at HCSC Auditorium

After a chance encounter with Jun, a Chinese man who has arrived in Argentina looking for his only living relative, Roberto takes him in. Their unusual cohabitation helps Roberto bring an end to his loneliness, but not without revealing to the impassive Jun that destiny's intersections are many and they can even divulge the film's surreal opening sequence: a brindled cow falling from the sky.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Join Us for an Amazing Documentary Tonight!

WHO IS DAYANI CRISTAL?
(English and Spanish with English subtitles)
Tuesday, Sept. 23 at 7 p.m., Ronk Lecture Hall

"In an effort to understand what it must have felt like to make this final journey, Gael Garcia Bernal  embeds himself among migrant travelers on their own mission to cross the border." MORE...

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Religion Dept. Hosts Lecture About the American Quiverfull Movement

Ashland University Religion Department to Host Public LectureReligion Department will host a lecture by Emily McGowin titled “Praying for More: Mothers and Motherhood in the American Quiverfull Movement” at 7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 13, in the Ridenour Room.  As featured in the TLC TV show “19 Kids and Counting, the Quiverfull movement is an evangelical subculture that has emerged within the Christian homeschooling movement over the past 35 years.  MORE...

Philosophy Department Sets Business Ethics Colloquium

Ashland University Philosophy Department Sets Business Ethics ColloquiumThe AU Philosophy Department presents a colloquium featuring Dr. James Stover, assistant professor of philosophy at Wheeling Jesuit University, on Wednesday, Oct.  1, at 4 p.m. in Ronk Lecture Hall. Stover, who specializes in the areas of philosophical ethics, ancient philosophy and business ethics, will deliver a talk titled “Business Ethics: Can Aristotle Save Help Us?”  MORE...

Tresch Passes Exam P

Garrett Tresch (12') has passed the Society of Actuaries' Probability Exam (Exam P). The exam tests the candidate's knowledge of the fundamental probability tools for quantitatively assessing risk.  Exam P is one of the exams required to achieve professional status as an actuary. MORE...