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You Won’t Believe These Insane Events at Aultman College Preview Day! Plus, Malone University Alumni Awards Unleash Jaw-Dropping Surprises!

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You Won’t Believe These Insane Events at Aultman College Preview Day! Plus, Malone University Alumni Awards Unleash Jaw-Dropping Surprises!

Aultman College to host Preview Day

CANTON – Aultman College will have a Preview Day – an open house event for interested students – at 6 p.m. Oct. 18.

The event includes tours of college facilities and classrooms, the opportunity to meet with students, faculty and staff and presentations about the various programs in nursing, radiography, social work, medical assisting and the health sciences, as well as College Credit Plus for high school students.

The event is free, but reservations are required. To learn more and RSVP, visit www.aultmancollege.edu/open-house. Aultman College is located next to Aultman Hospital at Dartmouth Avenue and Seventh Street SW. For more information about Aultman College, visit www.aultmancollege.edu.

Malone University names Alumni Award winners

CANTON – Malone University recently named its 2023 Alumni Award winners:

They are: Young Alumnus of the Year, Mike Terry (’15); Alumni of the Year, Stanley Anderson (’80,) M.D. and Marva (Anderson) Hoopes (’76, ’97), Ed.D.; Pioneer Pinnacle Award, Rod (’99) and Liz (Bradshaw) (’99) Neuenschwander; Earl Bailey Lifetime Achievement Award, Karen (Leach) Warner (’76, ’95). The winners were honored at a banquet during Malone’s University’s Homecoming.

Biographies for the winners are at https://www.malone.edu/alumni/news/current-alumni-award-recipients/.

Canton resident receives Western Governors University Distinguished Graduate Award

Western Governors University has named David Lee Morgan Jr. of Canton as a recipient of the school’s Distinguished Graduate Award. Fifteen alumni were selected nationwide to receive the award, according to a news release. In each Distinguished Graduate Award recipient’s name, WGU is donating $1,000 to a cause, classroom, or charity and $500 to the Fellow Night Owl Scholarship Fund, which supports current WGU students facing financial hardship to cross the finish line to graduation.

Morgan Jr. graduated from WGU Ohio with a Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction in 2021. Before becoming a high school English teacher, he spent more than 20 years as a sportswriter in Northeast Ohio, most notably with the Akron Beacon Journal. He is an award-winning author of 11 books.

Mount Union announces $4,000 Campus Visit Award for all future students

ALLIANCE – The University of Mount Union has launched its Campus Visit Award, which is available to all new students beginning in the Fall 2024 semester. The award is given to any student who schedules and attends a campus visit or admissions event and subsequently enrolls at Mount Union, according to a news release. Those eligible students will receive $1,000 each year for a total of $4,000.

Mount Union’s biomedical engineering and computer engineering programs earn accreditation

The University of Mount Union’s programs in biomedical engineering and computer engineering have earned accreditation from the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, according to a news release. All four majors in Mount Union’s School of Engineering are now accredited by ABET, with its programs in civil engineering and mechanical engineering earning initial accreditation in 2015. Learn more about Mount Union’s School of Engineering and its programs by visiting mountunion.edu/school-of-engineering.

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