Greenville native David McWhirter, a television director and producer, visited Thiel College to tour the James Pedas Communication Center and meet with individuals from Penn-Northwest Development Corp. on Monday.
Thiel College celebrated the renovated spaces in Rhodehouse Memorial Science Building and its first class of Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies and second class of speech-language pathology students Thursday with faculty and administration members as well as local elected officials and economic development officers.
Graduate student Andrew Giesey ’20, G’21 and Alex Geraci ’21 were announced as Thiel College’s Presidents’ Athletic Conference Scholar-Athletes of the Year in July.
Thiel College graduate Makenna Sanders ’21 was awarded the Fund for Leaders full-tuition scholarship from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America to be used at any of the eight affiliated seminaries in the United States.
Thiel College recently awarded diplomas to its graduates following its spring 2021 academic semester.
Three graduates were recognized as the top students and another was awarded a top post-graduate scholarship by Thiel College recently.
Thiel College recognized the Class of 2020 and awarded degrees to the Class of 2021 in two in-person Commencement Exercises on Sunday.
Thiel College graduate and Trustee emeritus Mark A. Nordenberg, J.D. ’70 H’97 was appointed the chair by the State Supreme Court on Monday for a statewide panel that will draw legislative boundaries in the state.
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