Mount Union Faculty Collaborate on Peace Studies Book
Six University of Mount Union professors recently contributed to a new book entitled, “Humanities Perspectives in Peace Education: Re-Engaging the Heart of Peace Studies.”
Nursing Professor Towne Named Jonas Philanthropies Scholar for 2021-2023
University of Mount Union Clinical Assistant Professor of Nursing Karen Towne, MSN, RN, APHN-BC, was accepted as a Jonas Nursing and Veterans Healthcare Scholar for the 2021-23 cohort. The $15,000 grant from Jonas Philanthropies was generously matched by the University of Kansas School of Nursing, where Towne is enrolled in the Ph.D. program.
Mount Union’s Regula Center Hosting Panel on Community Health September 23
The University of Mount Union’s Regula Center for Public Service and Civic Engagement is hosting a panel discussion entitled, “Community Health: Challenging Times” in the Newbold Room of Mount Union’s Hoover-Price Campus Center on Thursday, September 23 at 7 p.m.
Mount Union Faculty Member Wins American Institute of Physics Grant
The University of Mount Union’s Dr. Richelle Teeling-Smith, assistant professor of physics and astronomy, has won the American Institute of Physics Megger’s Project Award for 2021.
Voices of Mount Union: Regina Shellenberger
In recognition of International Housekeepers and Environmental Services Week, Lynn Reutens '23 spoke with three housekeepers at Mount Union. In this piece, Housekeeping Supervisor Regina Shellenberger shares her Mount Union experience.
Voices of Mount Union: Debbie Knepp
In recognition of International Housekeepers and Environmental Services Week, Lynn Reutens '23 spoke with three housekeepers at Mount Union. In this piece, Housekeeper Debbie Knepp shares her Mount Union experience.
Voices of Mount Union: Kirah Zelenak
In recognition of International Housekeepers and Environmental Services Week, Lynn Reutens '23 spoke with three housekeepers at Mount Union. In this piece, Housekeeper Kirah Zelenak shares her Mount Union experience.
Mount Union Named a Tree Campus USA Institution for 11th Consecutive Year
For now 11 years in a row, the University of Mount Union has been recognized by the Arbor Day Foundation as a 2020 Tree Campus USA for its commitment to effective urban forest management.
Mount Union students to teach English to workers at Trilogy Plastics
Four University of Mount Union students and Spanish professor Gregg Courtad were profiled by the Canton Repository for their efforts to teach English to the local migrant workforce.
Mount Union Once Again Named a Top 10 Midwest College by U.S. News and World Report
For the second consecutive year, the University of Mount Union was ranked 10th among Midwest Regional Colleges in U.S. News and World Report’s 2022 Best Colleges rankings. This was Mount Union’s 31st year in a row to be recognized as a top college by the outlet.
Mount Union Ascends to its Highest National Ranking in Washington Monthly History
For the 11th consecutive year, the University of Mount Union was ranked among the best baccalaureate colleges and universities in Washington Monthly’s 2021 rankings. The University was ranked 29th out of 244 institutions across the country, which is the highest position Mount Union has achieved, up an incredible 64 spots since 2017. That ranking placed Mount Union fourth among Ohio institutions.
Teaching Fellow, Artist Foster Featured in Youngstown Exhibit Through October
"While the Earth Remains," an exhibit featuring the works of Arron Foster, teaching fellow in art and the Integrative Core, will be on display at the Jewish Community Center of Youngstown through October 30.