Mount Union Entrepreneurship Program Assists with Marlington “Duke Tank”
The University of Mount Union once again partnered with Marlington Middle School for their “Duke Tank” pitch competition held on Monday, January 14.
Panel of U.S. Army War College Representatives to Speak at Mount Union January 28
The Department of Political Science and International Studies will be hosting an open panel discussion on Monday, January 28 at 6:30 p.m. in Tolerton and Hood Hall room 100 on Mount Union’s campus.
Ruse Named Director of Mount Union’s Risk Management and Insurance Program
The University of Mount Union is proud to announce it has named Linda Ruse as the director of its recently-added program in risk management and insurance.
Health and Fitness are Focal Points for UMU Experts Lunch January 22
The final UMU Experts: Lunch Series event for the 2018-2019 Academic Year will take place on Tuesday, January 22 at noon in the Newbold Room of the Hoover-Price Campus Center at Mount Union.
Girls in STEM: The science behind athletic coaching
On Tuesday's Donovan Live, Betsy Kling welcomed the 'STEMbassador' of the week, Middle School and High School track coach, Veronica Clutter. She studied exercise science at the University of Mount Union.
Alumni Spotlight: Sparked at Mount, Senior Swimmer Still Aglow
From the Midwest United States (Toledo, Ohio) to the European continent (Germany), and everywhere in between, Mary (Wilson ’67) Grapentine moved a lot - 16 times to be exact. Amidst those moves, and her husband’s (J. Dee Grapentine ‘66) 26-year United States Air Force career, Mary’s Mount Union friendships and affinity for swimming remained steadfast.
Repository Editorial: Waste not, want not in 2019
Whether you’re still looking for a resolution you can keep through 2019 or you already are attempting a second or third try after a wayward New Year’s Day, we offer this suggestion: Waste less.
Mount Union Faculty Named to Ohio Magazine's "Excellence in Education" for 2018
The University of Mount Union recently had four of its outstanding faculty members named to the 2018 “Excellence in Education Honorees” list from Ohio Magazine.
Grinders ditches the straw in sustainability effort
The Stark County-area chain restaurant has stopped offering straws with its drinks at all seven of its locations – Alliance, Canton, Hartville, Dover, Louisville, Minerva and North Canton – as part of its environmental sustainability efforts and its new partnership with the University of Mount Union. Straws still are available upon request.
Mount Union Celebrates Highlights of 2018
The University of Mount Union had an incredibly successful 2018 and below are simply a few of many highlights from a wonderful year.
Mount Union Continues to Make Strides in Support of Mental Health Awareness
The framework of the mind is a spider web of connections, connecting to every experience, emotion, thought, and action. It is when the spider web gets tangled that effects the well-being of the individual. There are more stressors than there have ever been and is on a scale that goes as wide as the world. The University of Mount Union takes that into account, assisting their students with any type of problem that may arise.