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BW brother-sister duo are top-ranked racquetball players

World-ranked racquetball player Thomas Carter won singles and doubles national titles during his senior year at BW. In March, his sister did the same.

Innovative business leader Glenn Barrett of OrthoLite to speak at Commencement

Glenn Barrett '71, founder and CEO of OrthoLite, is BW's Spring Commencement speaker.

Clients, students give BW Voice Clinic shout-out for success

Stroboscopic assessment is one of the many services at BW's Voice Clinic, a center where SLP students gain valuable hands-on learning.

BW grad's musical 'Dusk' shines bright at Edinburgh Fringe Festival

From BW classrooms to the largest theater festival in the world, Daniel Ruffing's "Twilight" parody returns to Scotland after a sold-out debut.

Big thanks for BW Gives

BW's annual 24-hour fundraising event was a success in rallying the community together in support of helping students.

BW grad pays it forward as student success coach

A BW alumna returned to BW to work as a student success coach, helping students across campus thrive through interactive workshops.

BW takes aim at accounting workforce shortage with high school outreach

In sneakers and jeans, Professor Dan Schrag is dispelling the myth that accounting is "boring" and leading the charge to share the big career potential.

From BW Yellow Jacket to globe-trotting US Secret Service agent

Special Agent Corina Pavel '18 returned to BW to continue a recruiting tradition that got her hooked on an international career she calls "loads of fun."

BW alumna leverages the arts for social justice

Long-time theatre lover Emily Hutlock '20 has used her passions to guide her to the "perfect place" to start her career, right in Cleveland.

BW alumna in top research role with Coast Guard to protect Great Lakes

Helping safeguard the Great Lakes is an ongoing priority for biology major Sarah Bowman '07.

BW SLP grad publishes book aimed at children with disabilities

"Rusty the Raccoon is Scared of the Dark" resonates with all children but emphasizes the importance of friendship, courage and overcoming obstacles.

BW grad orchestrates change at Canton Symphony

When she took over at age 25, BW arts management alumna Rachel Hagemeier '19 became one of the youngest symphony orchestra CEOs in the country.

BW alumnus charts path from 'undecided' major to successful research administrator

Kyle Kinney's willingness to explore led him to blend a passion for research and interest in technology into a multifaceted role after college.

BW talent follow their dreams on American Idol

After clearing early auditions, a music theatre student and graduate are on site for the season premiere of the long-running singing competition.

From campus to forever: Love stories of BW

On this Valentine's Day 2024, we celebrate BW's more than 2,000 alumni couples with another round of their love connections.

BW LaunchNET helps students go from pitch to product

A BW LaunchNET success story, Matthew Harris '19 gained invaluable business skills and mentoring that enabled his video production company to excel.

From patient to advocate — BW grad is voice for people with incurable diseases

A diagnosis of epilepsy as a child led Christin Godale '16 to a career path that puts her at the forefront of medical advances.

From 'Flash' to Jefferson Award winner — Roland Gordon is lauded YJ4L

Rev. Roland Gordon '67 is a Jefferson Award honoree whose Great Cloud of Witnesses mural is the largest black historic one of its kind in the nation.

Melissa Bauer '86 named Baldwin Wallace CIO

BW turned to an alumna and longtime BW Information Technology leader to fill the chief information officer role.

BW professor, students' research featured in elite scientific journal

A BW professor and students were part of a consortium whose research was published in Science – one of the world's top academic journals.

BW alumni honored as standout leaders by Crain's Cleveland Business

The professional skills and successes of four BW alumni earned them recognition by Crain's Cleveland Business.

BW alumnus finds his forte in interior design

Jeffrey Haines ’72 has been causing high-end home envy for over 30 years with his sought-after interior designs.

BW communications grad rises as national voice-over artist

Christy Harst '98 has made a career out of being "heard and not seen" as the voice of many iconic national brands.

BW earns top U.S. News ranking as Best College for Veterans

Accolades abound for BW’s veteran and military services program, which has the support of the Cleveland Guardians as well as the campus community.

A vision transformed into 125 years of BW excellence

From a humble music program to a nationally acclaimed Conservatory of Music, the quasquicentennial celebrates BW’s commitment to artistic excellence.