SPRINGFIELD – Capping off a day-long celebration of the liberal arts at Wittenberg University, the campus community came together to celebrate the achievements of students and faculty members alike at the annual Honors Convocation in Weaver Chapel.
The faculty commemorated the occasion in full academic regalia as the university recognized high achievement of students and faculty members in academic and co-curricular activities.
Quintin Muhlenkamp of Greenville was recognized at the Honors Convocation. Muhlenkamp is the recipient of The Floid R. Nave Award.
Allyson Masterson of Arcanum was recognized at the Honors Convocation. Masterson has been rewarded entrance into Alpha Lambda Delta.
Kyle Dieringer of Versailles was recognized at the Honors Convocation. Dieringer has been rewarded entrance into Chi Alpha Sigma.
Wittenberg is proud to acknowledge students at this event for embodying the Wittenberg value of intellectual inquiry.
Repeatedly recognized by the Princeton Review for its professor accessibility, superior classroom experience and longstanding commitment to sustainability, Wittenberg is a nationally ranked university for the liberal arts and sciences affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. A leader in providing an active, engaged learning environment defined by excellence in academics, innovation, student success, service and athletics, Wittenberg was recently named one of Forbes’ Top 50 Most Entrepreneurial Colleges. Additionally, the university currently has more Ohio Professors of the Year than any other four-year institution in the state and recently earned a spot on the “Best Buy” list in the 2017 Fiske Guide to Colleges. For more information, visit www.wittenberg.edu.