Kelsey Coleman '18

Major: Sport Business
Hometown:Rittman, Ohio

I feel very honored to have professors that really want to see me succeed in life and will help me with almost any problem I have. 

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Scanlon to Discuss Keeping Resolutions at “UMU Experts: Lunch Series” January 23

January 12, 2018

ALLIANCE, Ohio – Many people ring in the New Year by setting resolutions to achieve over the next 12 months, but many know the struggle of keeping the resolutions after the first few weeks of the year. Is there a way for people to keep on track and achieve the goals they set for themselves?

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Mount Union Prepares for 22nd Annual Day of Service

January 11, 2018

ALLIANCE, Ohio – The University of Mount Union Regula Center for Public Service and Civic Engagement is seeking community volunteers for the upcoming Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service on Monday, January 15.

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Nickless Presents on Vlipsy During Entrepreneurship Lecture

January 02, 2018

ALLIANCE, Ohio – On Monday, November 13, Chris Nickless, the founder and CEO of Vlipsy, presented at the University of Mount Union during the monthly entrepreneurship lecture.

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Class Notes - Fall/Winter 2017

December 21, 2017

Class Notes to be included in the Spring/Summer 2018 Issue of Mount Union Magazine must be received before April 30, 2018. Material for Class Notes is obtained from the “Update” form at the end of the Mount Union Magazine, online, or through news passed along from alumni to the offices of Alumni Engagement, Advancement, and the Mount Union Fund. Notices sent by the Post Office are not printed in Class Notes. You may also submit your class note online at alumni.mountunion.edu or email alumni@mountunion.edu.

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From High School to Honda - Inspiring Stories Fall/Winter 2017

December 21, 2017

BY: Abbey Schlanz '18

When many students arrive at college, they are uncertain about the field of study they want to pursue. This was not the case for Cameron Senhauser ’18 of Powell, Ohio. A self-professed “gearhead,” Senhauser has been interested in working on cars since high school, and this interest led him to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering. 

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Talking Points Fall/Winter 2017

December 21, 2017

Mount Union Nursing Graduates Achieve 100 Percent Licensure Passage Rate
With an achievement that is rare among new nursing programs nationwide, the 2017 graduates of Mount Union’s nursing program achieved a 100 percent passage rate on the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX).

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President's Message - Fall/Winter 2017

December 21, 2017

Dear friends,

Astonishing things show up in the mail (and the email) of a university president. Last month, I received a showstopper: mid-19th century scrip issued by Mount Union College. 

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Foundation for Innovation - Exceptional Education Fall/Winter 2017

December 21, 2017

On October 4, 1846, 23-year-old Orville Nelson Hartshorn had a vision for an institution where “science would parallel the humanities.” More than 171 years later, STEM-related programs at the University of Mount Union continue to grow while the institution remains deeply rooted in the liberal arts tradition.

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The Business of Engineering - Expert Voices Fall/Winter 2017

December 21, 2017

BY: Dr. Chad Korach, assistant professor of mechanical engineering 

Engagement between engineers and management has taken place since the earliest existence of engineering...

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Building for the Future - First Look Fall/Winter 2017

December 21, 2017

In higher education, keeping up with the competition is the same as being behind the competition. In order to be a step ahead, the University of Mount Union’s current strategic plan, Compass 2021, focuses on a number of initiatives, one of which is to cultivate an innovative and expanding academic environment. One way this is being addressed is through renovations to the Engineering and Business Building (EBB), a facility that truly illustrates mount union’s commitment to the liberal arts, real-word experience, and preparation for success.

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