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BW to Offer Peace Corps Prep Program
New Peace Corps partnership, kicking off in Fall 2015, will prepare BW students for international service and development.
 

English (ESL) Instruction Coming to BW
LADO International Institute will open a branch on the Berea campus, as BW widens the welcome mat and support for international students.

‘Minds Matter’ Taps BW for College Experience
A new partnership establishes an immersive summer experience for high-performing high school students from low-income backgrounds.
 
Largest Gift in BW History Announced
Trustee, Stephen Boesel '68, pledges $15 million to advance the study of business at BW through scholarships, faculty support and more.
 
Students Explore Health Care Industry
BW's first Health Care Exploration Week has students investigating a broad range of careers in one of the NEO's largest employment sectors.
 

Summer Scholars Break New Ground
Ten students are pursuing a research or a creative project of their own design as part of Summer Scholars.

Class of 2015 Marks Commencement
BW honors the achievement of more than 850 graduates at the University's 165th Commencement ceremonies.

Alumni Celebrate at Annual Gathering
A golden reunion and accolades for a distinguished group of alumni were the centerpieces of BW's 2015 Alumni Celebration.

Celebrating Faculty Excellence
Six Baldwin Wallace faculty members were singled out for special recognition April 30 at Ovation.

Day of Academic, Creative Success
A capstone event, Ovation 2015 showcased the best of BW through posters, presentations, performances and the Honors Award Ceremony.

Statue Honors Olympian Harrison Dillard ’49
The legendary, 91-year-old world record holder helped to unveil the bronze likeness that now stands at the entrance to Finnie Stadium.

New Business Clinic Builds Student Expertise
BW students boost local businesses and gain leading-edge “inbound marketing” experience, as they plug into BW’s new Digital Marketing Clinic
 
School of Education Pilots Co-Teaching Model
New approach to student teaching is aimed at increasing the value of the experience for teachers in training, their mentors and students.
 

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