Mount Union’s Fully-Online MBA Program Earns HLC Approval, Application Now Open
The University of Mount Union is pleased to announce its fully-online Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program has earned approval from the Higher Learning Commission and Ohio Department of Higher Education. The program is slated to begin in May of 2021, and applications are now being accepted.
Mount Union Japanese Program Awarded Grant
The University of Mount Union Japanese program was recently awarded the Japan Foundation’s Japanese Teaching Material Purchase Grant. The $1,000 grant allows educational institutions in the U.S. to purchase teaching materials for their Japanese-language courses.
Write For Your Life
Calliope, The University of Mount Union’s English Society, hosted “Write for Your Life” on Monday, October 19 where students expressed their feelings regarding social issues such as discrimination, political issues, police brutality and much more.
Nursing Students Gain Real-World Experience Through Local Contact Tracing
University of Mount Union nursing students have stepped up to do their part in helping public health professionals during the pandemic. For COVID-19 safety reasons it has become more of a challenge for aspiring nurses to complete clinical hours in hospital and community settings. Mount Union nursing students do not have to forfeit the opportunity to get hands-on experience because of the pandemic. Karen Towne, clinical assistant professor, knew that getting students to help with pandemic emergency health responses in local health departments would be the perfect real-world learning opportunity.
Geology Professor McNaught Cited in Earthquake Drill Piece
Dr. Mark McNaught, professor of geology at Mount Union, was cited as an expert source in a Canton Repository feature on the "Great Shakeout" earthquake drill.
Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center hosts "tailgate party for birders"
The Mount Union Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center was featured in The Canton Repository for its participation in the national bird watching event "The Big Sit." | Photo courtesy Ed Ballint, Canton Repository
Students Find Unique Ways to Volunteer Through the Regula Center This Fall
Despite COVID-19, Mount Union students have still been active in community service through safe and unique opportunities provided by the Regula Center for Public Service and Civic Engagement.
These are Challenging Times, but not the Worst of Times
Mount Union President Thomas Botzman offers his thoughts on entering a new presidency in 2020 and how overcoming adversity is nothing new for Mount Union.
Not Another Statistic Diversity Conference to be held November 7
ALLIANCE, Ohio – The 13th annual Not Another Statistic Diversity Conference (NASDC) will be held virtually on Saturday, November 7. This year’s conference, entitled “Getting Into Good Trouble,” featuring keynote speaker Rev. Dr. Jamie Washington, will be hosted by Mount Union's Student Diversity Council and Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
Brumbaugh Scholar Students Participate in Hands-on Environmental Research with Faculty
The University of Mount Union’s Brumbaugh Scholars Program has given students the opportunity to work with a faculty mentor for hands-on research at the Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center. Selected students were expected to commit at least eight weeks to their research and collaboration with their mentor.
Registered Raiders: Students Work to Increase Voter Engagement on Campus
Corrin Calderone '23 spoke with Mount Union students who are volunteering with national civic engagement organizations in order to enhance voter engagement on Mount Union's campus.
Members of Mount Union Dance Team Featured as Finalists in National Dance Competition
ALLIANCE, Ohio — Members of the University of Mount Union dance team, Julie Fioritto ’21, an athletic training major of Westlake, Ohio, Olivia Bevan ’22, nursing major of Hubbard, Ohio and Victoria Rieger ’21, psychology major of Houston, Pennsylvania were finalists featured in the Universal Dance Association’s (UDA) Solo Showdown.