Education Professor Coblentz Featured in EdWeek Piece on Teaching Legislation
Dr. Chanda Rhodes Coblentz, assistant professor of education, was featured in EducationWeek for her thoughts on the "three-cueing" method of teaching literacy.
Peter Stewart '77 Receives Community Service Award for Efforts in Music, Theatre
Peter Stewart '77 was recently named the 2023 Joanne Holbrook Patton Community Service Award from The Community House in Massachusettes. The award recognizes Stewart for five-plus decades of dedication to community service through music, messages for peace, and advocacy for charitable causes such as food insecurity.
Regula Center Celebrates Success, Honors Awardees at Annual Luncheon
The event honored Mount Union and Stark County community members and celebrated the center's projects, programs, and successes over the past year.
Exercise Science Students Present Research, Win Awards at National Conference
Nine students and two faculty members from the Department of Exercise, Sport, and Nutrition Sciences at the University of Mount Union traveled to Indianapolis, IN to attend the 49th Midwest Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine (MWACSM) Annual Conference.
Mount Union to Host Third Presidential Legacy Conference April 6-7
The University of Mount Union’s Department of Social Sciences, in coordination with the Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics at The University of Akron, is hosting its third presidential legacy conference titled, “The Donald Trump Presidency: Legacy and Record” April 6-7 on the campus of Mount Union.
Ohio's Impact on Women's Suffrage Detailed in New Book from Communication Professor Capuzza '85
Dr. Jamie Capuzza '85, professor of communication, is releasing an impactful new book that details Ohio's impact on the women's suffrage movement.
Figaro's '23 Determined Mindset and Perseverance leads to Success
ALLIANCE, OH- Oldest of three children, Urgela "Cla" Figaro ’23 has a committed spirit to succeed professionally and achieve all her personal goals in life.
University of Mount Union Renews Sister University Agreement with Akron Public Schools
Akron Public Schools (APS) announced yesterday a three-year renewal of the sister university agreement between University of Mount Union and Akron Public Schools. As a sister university, Mount Union will continue to give support and provide resources to students at North High School as they explore various college and career options.
Creighton, Kovach-Gates Named 2023 Regula Awardees for Public, Community Service
The 2023 Ralph Regula Award for Public Service and the Mary Regula Award for Community Service have been selected. Stark County Commissioner Janet Weir Creighton has been named the Ralph Regula Award for Public Service awardee and retired educator Pat Kovach-Gates has been named the Mary Regula for Community Service awardee.
Open Doors with Life Changing Opportunities
ALLIANCE- Juniors and seniors at the University of Mount Union discuss how Mount Union fostered an environment that provides exceptional learning and real-world opportunities allowing them to excel in their future endeavors.
Mount Union and the Greater Alliance Foundation to Host Workshop Series
The University of Mount Union and the Greater Alliance Foundation are hosting a workshop series this spring for non-profits, churches and other organizations serving the Alliance area.
Johnson ’79 Discusses Global Travels to Engineering Students Prior to UAE Experience
On February 14, students in the University of Mount Union’s Global Engineering course had the opportunity to learn from alumnus Scott Johnson ’79, who provided an informative guest lecture about his several trips to the United Arab Emirates. Johnson’s presentation preceded the students’ own 10-day trip to the UAE over the 2023 spring break.