Check out some photos from the Commencement 2013 ceremony on May 5, 2013.
The Pedas Communication Center was featured on Youngstown’s television news on Saturday…check out the story!
Ground was broken for the James Pedas Communication Center at Thiel College on May 4, 2013. The building is scheduled to open in fall 2014. Check out photos from the event on Flickr!
The tent is going up for the Pedas Communication Center groundbreaking on Saturday! (The tent is between the Financial Services Building and Harter Hall.) It’s a big day at Thiel and we hope you can join us - if you can’t, you can watch it online as it happens! (You can find the links to the webcast for the groundbreaking and Commencement on Sunday on the Thiel homepage, www.thiel.edu.)
It’s Wayback Wednesday! In an impromptu, unscientific poll on Facebook yesterday, we asked who gave the hardest finals at Thiel College. Dr. Phillip Ode of the Biology Department was neck and neck with Dr. Jim Bloomfield of the History Department. So to congratulate our “winners,” we give you Dr. Ode (top) and Dr. Bloomfield (bottom) from the 1974 yearbook.
Scenes from an Alpha Psi Omega (theater honorary) induction…Dr. Bill Robinson was serenaded with the songs of Sondheim and students welcomed their “littles” to the family.
T-shirts dry in the sun at the Fairwell Festival on Friday at Thiel College. Check out more photos from the event at http://www.flickr.com/photos/thielcollege/sets/72157633364568712/. Good luck with finals everyone!
For Wayback Wednesday, we’re going WAY back…to the early 1900s. In honor of the current baseball team having a great season, we give you the 1907 baseball team (baseball was the first organized sport at Thiel), who look like they were having a bad day when this photo was taken!
The Communication Department put on CommFest today! Nice job to everyone involved with this great event.
Thiel College held its annual Employee Recognition Dinner on April 18 This event honors those employees, faculty and staff, who reached milestone years of service. This year’s honorees totaled 355 years of Service to Thiel College. Pictured are: (top row) Dr. Jeonghun Kim (mathematics and computer science – 5 years), Erika Jones (information technology – 10 years), Dr. Martin Bright (psychology – 10 years), Dr. Jie Wu (mathematics and computer science – 5 years) and Dr. Patrick Hecking (physics – 25 years); (middle row) Stacey Yake (financial services – 5 years), Dr. Victor Evans (communication – 5 years), Dr. Dan Eppley (religion – 5 years), Rose Egelsky (financial services – 5 years), Mario Marini (college advancement – 10 years), Angelo Giannini (business administration – 10 years), Bill Moore (maintenance – 30 years) and Mike McKinney (student life – 10 years); (bottom row) Gary Witosky (business administration – 10 years), Joyce DeFrancesco (public relations – 5 years), Vicki Cousley (bookstore – 5 years), Allen Morrill (library – 5 years), Dr. Bill Robinson (theater – 35 years) and Dr. James Bloomfield (history – 45 years).