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Indian Hills Community College Fall Graduates List

Indian Hills

DECEMBER 6, 2018 OTTUMWA — Indian Hills Community College has released the names of the students who completed their graduation requirements at the end of the 2018-19 Fall Term. This is a list of students who received an Associate of Arts (AA) degree, Associate of Science (AS) degree, Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree, Diploma, […]

Oskaloosa Middle School First Trimester Honor Roll

7th Grade Oskaloosa Middle School Honor Roll Evelyn Adam Ashton Adams Kelsey Alderson Anjilina Andersen Madison Andrews Alison Arellano-Munoz Aubrey Ayala JaShaden Baker Boston Barnhart Ariana Barraza Addison Beane** Ashlyn Bjornson Carter Blanco Lily Bonnett Amelia Bowen Augustus Bunnell Isabella Carman Camryn Cassens Ryan Chuong Damion Clark Alyssa Cooley Izabelle Cooper Kristian Cortez Landon Covey […]

WPU Students Participated in the Iowa Collegiate Honor Band

WPU Students Participated in the Iowa Collegiate Honor Band (submitted photo)

(OSKALOOSA, Iowa) – Two students from William Penn University were nominated by their college director, Scott Cressley, Professor of Assistant Teaching Professor of Music, to perform with the Iowa Collegiate Honor Band. Seniors Mallari Winegar and Adam Genskow were both selected to participate in the 2018 Iowa Collegiate Honor Band performance on Saturday, November 17, […]

Students at William Penn University Get to Experience the Great Outdoors

Students at William Penn University Get to Experience the Great Outdoors

(OSKALOOSA, Iowa) – Getting involved on a college campus as a student can oftentimes be daunting. Students are pulled in different directions with academics, athletics, and fine arts. But when a club and advisor go above and beyond to prepare you for life after college in an exciting way, you do not want to miss […]

Indian Hills Fall Honor Roll

Indian Hills

NOVEMBER 29, 2018 OTTUMWA — Indian Hills Community College has released the names of the 451 students who were on the college’s academic Honor Roll for the 2018 Fall Term. To be included on the Honor Roll an IHCC student must be enrolled fulltime and have a grade point average for the term of 3.5 […]

Indian Hills Debuted A new Academic Program

Indian Hills

At the start of the current academic year, Indian Hills Community College debuted a new academic program that is sort of a hybrid, blending new areas of emphasis with some established courses. The new Agriculture and Construction Technology Department, housed on the Centerville campus, includes Landscape and Turfgrass, Animal Science, Precision Farming and Construction Technology. […]

William Penn University Partners with Drake University School of Law for 3+3 Program Pathway

OSKALOOSA, Iowa—William Penn University has partnered with Drake University School of Law for a 3+3 program pathway. This new partnership allows students to earn their undergraduate degree and a law degree in six years, rather than the usual seven. “The 3+3 Program with Drake University School of Law provides Penn students a fantastic opportunity to […]

Ramsey Smith Selected To Perform In Iowa Collegiate Honor Band

Indian Hills

OTTUMWA — Ramsey Smith, an Indian Hills Community College student from Oskaloosa, has been selected to perform in the Iowa Collegiate Honor Band at a concert in November. Smith was chosen from students nominated by their instructors at all Iowa community colleges and four-year schools, excluding the Regents institutions (Iowa, Iowa State, and UNI). Smith […]

WPU Pens Partnership with Palmer Chiropractic for a 3+1 Program

OSKALOOSA, Iowa—William Penn University has penned a new dual-program partnership with Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. Students pursuing their degree in Biology at William Penn University will have the opportunity to receive their Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and Doctor of Chiropractic degree in less time. “This partnership with Palmer Chiropractic College offers our […]

William Penn University’s Importance of STEM in Education

Computer Camp attendees designed race tracks for their hexbugs to follow to a determined location while meeting all of the constraints. (Photo provided by Breanne Garrett, Computer Camp 2017)

(OSKALOOSA, Iowa) — STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) has been an area of focus for education and business over the last decade. What has been an even greater focus is including STEM practices in early education and beyond. William Penn University’s own Assistant Teaching Professor of Mathematics, Breanne Garrett, has been highly devoted to […]

     

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