Mount Union Nursing Students, Faculty Receive First Round of COVID-19 Vaccinations
The University of Mount Union’s Department of Nursing recently received its first round of COVID-19 vaccinations from the Alliance City Health Department.
Nursing student provides potentially lifesaving stem cells to leukemia patient
Nursing major Lauren Stewart '21 recently donated stem cells to help a leukemia patient in need. Read her incredible story from The Times-Reporter here.
Mount Union Athletics - Statement on Spring 2021
Mount Union's Office of Athletics releases a statement regarding athletics in the upcoming spring 2021 semester.
Nearly 200 Volunteers Participate in Fall Service Projects at Mount Union
The COVID-19 pandemic made traditional volunteering through the University of Mount Union’s Regula Center for Public Service and Civic Engagement undoubtedly difficult. Yet, 196 individuals participated in at least one of seven unique community service initiatives during the University’s fall 2020 semester.
Mount Union News Highlights for 2020
As we look forward to 2021, explore some of Mount Union's news highlights from 2020.
Mount Union Adds Medical Spanish Minor
The University of Mount Union is pleased to announce it has added a minor in medical Spanish to its academic offerings. The program is designed to help healthcare employees meet the needs of their Spanish-speaking patients.
$60,000 Goal Reached in Virtual Stadium Sell Out
Thanks to the generosity of nearly 800 donors, the University of Mount Union’s student athletes and Purple Raider Marching Band received more than $60,000 in gifts as part of the institution’s Virtual Stadium Sell Out event.
Haley Crews ’20 Earns Highest National Undergraduate Honor from Alpha Delta Pi
The Alpha Delta Pi Sorority recently announced that Haley Crews ’20, of Wellsville, Ohio was named a recipient of the Dorothy Shaw Leadership Award for the 2019-2020 Academic Year.
Brentons Providing for Future Raiders
“Establish a dream, believe you can achieve it, and go out and make it happen,” Flint Brenton ’77 said during the dedication of The Meg Gerlach Brenton Physical Therapy Teaching Lab in Gallaher Hall in honor of his wife, Meg (Gerlach ’78) Brenton.
Mount Union Science Faculty Receive $1,000 in Grant Funding for Innovative Teaching Workshops
Faculty in the University of Mount Union’s science-based programs recently received a $1,000 grant from the Association of American Colleges and Universities’ Project Kaleidoscope (PKAL) for innovative virtual workshops to enhance student learning processes.
In My Own Words
Mount Union alumnus Tony Zurbrugg '69 discusses why he and his wife give back to the institution that has been part of his life since he was born.
The unconventional way Matt Campbell ended generations of futility at Iowa State
Iowa State University football coach Matt Campbell '03 was profiled for his success at the program by Yahoo Sports' Pete Thamel, and how his experience at Mount Union helped pave the was for his career. | Photo, AP