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Qimin Huang receives early-career NSF grant to research data-driven mathematical tools that address antibacterial resistance

Qimin Huang, assistant professor of mathematics who also teaches in statistical and data sciences at The College of Wooster, received a National Science Foundation’s Launching […]

Adrienne Reding '17

Biochemistry and molecular biology and German studies alumna pursues interdisciplinary master’s degree in Germany

Adrienne Reding ’17 planned to do something after she graduated from The College of Wooster that not all students do: moving across an ocean […]

undergraduate research at Wooster

US News & World Report recognizes Wooster for strength in undergraduate research

For more than 20 years, the strength of The College of Wooster’s undergraduate research program has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report’s […]

Professor Atay publishes new book about generational media and culture

Ahmet Atay, professor of communication studies and program chair of global media & digital studies at The College of Wooster, recently published Millennials and […]

Corona Factotum, a sculpture by Kristen Cliffel

The College of Wooster Art Museum fall exhibition highlights midwestern women artists

The College of Wooster Art Museum (CWAM) is displaying its fall exhibition, “Mirror Mirror,” Sept. 5 to Dec. 1 in the Sussel and Morgan […]

Students celebrating the College mascot

Archie Ambassador Day brings Scottish terriers to campus Sept. 23

More than 50 live Scottish Terriers and their owners will be on The College of Wooster campus Saturday, Sept. 23 from 10 a.m. to […]

Stacey Lim ’01

Stacey Lim ’01 has been breaking sound barriers throughout her life

Stacey Lim ’01 never let being born profoundly deaf get in the way of living a full life. The 2001 communication sciences and disorders […]

Asad Khan '93 and Bina Venkataraman

Bina Venkataraman encourages community to look ahead and work together during visit to Wooster

Bina Venkataraman urged the Wooster community to look towards the future and use their abilities for positive social change as she delivered The College […]

Wooster students receive prestigious Dr. James B. Johnston Scholarships

Three first-year students at The College of Wooster received the Dr. James B. Johnston Scholarship through the SAGE Scholarship Educational Foundation. Class of 2027 […]

Tyler Nordgren

The College of Wooster hosts astronomer and artist Tyler Nordgren for lecture on eclipses Sept. 19

The College of Wooster will host scientist and artist Tyler Nordgren as he presents a lecture titled “See the Sun and Moon Align for […]

Welcome banners in front of fall foliage at The College of Wooster.

Wooster announces seven members to the Alumni Board

The College of Wooster welcomes seven new members to the Alumni Board this fall including Gabrielle S. Caldwell Aryeetey ’04, Ramses Clements ’10, Tate McCoy […]

Wooster announces four new Board of Trustees members

The College of Wooster welcomed four new members to its Board of Trustees for the 2023-24 school year. Sarah Murchison ’93 and Brian Grandison […]

Tae-Young Lee

Wooster Science Café begins tenth year with “The Science of Termite Behavior”

The tenth year of the Wooster Science Café, sponsored by The College of Wooster and The Ohio State University, begins Sept. 6 at 7 […]

David Jones

David Jones named Wooster’s next vice president for finance and business, treasurer

David Jones ’88, a seasoned finance manager for some of the world’s largest and complex employers, has been named the next vice president for […]

Amyaz Moledina, professor of economics and business economics at The College of Wooster

Professor of economics and business economics publishes research summary on economic impacts of foodborne antimicrobial resistance

Amyaz Moledina, professor of economics and business economics at The College of Wooster, recently co-authored a research summary for policymakers that was published by […]

A general chemistry course this spring included lab activities geared toward students interested in art and art conservation; pictured in Shuri Mauser ’26.

Wooster receives two grants from the Council of Independent Colleges to support vocation and work-based learning programs

The College of Wooster has received two grants from the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) that support vocational discernment and work-based learning programs in […]