Thiel College is a supporting organization for the Americans for the Competitive Enterprise System, which sponsors the Pennsylvania Business Week programs that promote an understanding of entrepreneurship and free-market economics primarily among high school students.
Margaret (Boose) Norris ’78 was recently appointed to serve a three-year term as a member of the Thiel College Board of Trustees.
Phi Theta Phi week began Monday in the Town of Greenville as the Thiel College fraternity raises funds in preparation to depart Greenville on Friday for its two-day, 100-mile walk to Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh.
Thiel College’s Vira I. Heinz Scholarship for Women in Global Leadership recipient, Hannah Uschock ’22, hosted a presentation about her international experience to complete the community engagement experience requirement of the scholarship in the College’s Bly Hall auditorium on Tuesday, Nov. 16.
Robert Crutchfield, Ph.D. ’71, a Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Washington, delivered a Common Hour lecture “Race and Justice: Black Lives Matter?” Thursday afternoon in Bly Hall of the College’s Academic Center.
The Class of 1971 is donating more than $100,000 to Thiel College to create an outdoor gathering space on campus that will improve and maintain this essential space for student and College community use.
Thiel College fraternity Phi Theta Phi recently received a proclamation from Town of Greenville Mayor Evan Hereford and a citation from Pennsylvania state Representative Mark Longietti recognizing the organization’s fundraising efforts for Pittsburgh’s Children’s Hospital through its annual 100-mile walk to Pittsburgh.
Thiel College is celebrating its annual Homecoming tradition with a variety of in-person and select online events from Friday, Oct. 1 through Sunday, Oct. 3.
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