Meet the faculty
Dr. Jennifer Hodge teaches Physical Education at Capital University
Dr. David Reed is a professor of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Physics at Capital University
Dr. Ann R. Peden is professor and chair of the Department of Nursing at Capital University.
A native of St. Petersburg, Russia, Dr. Dina Lentsner teaches in the Conservatory of Music
Dr. Andrea has expertise in learning and comparative psychology
Dr. David Summers teaches classics at Capital University
Gail Lehto Zugger is highly regarded as a clarinetist and teacher
Dr. Wilson is a cognitive psychologist with a particular interest in adult language processing and the fallibility of memory
Dr. Barbara Barresi teaches business ethics and leadership in both the traditional and graduate programs.
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October 9-11, 2015
Join alumni and friends for a weekend of fun with your Cap Family. Whether you want to relive memories of the time your chemistry experiment went awry, show your kids where you used to live, meet up with an old teammate or check on construction progress of the new Convergent Media Center, we think you’ll have a great time at this year’s Homecoming festivities.
Open to the public and campus community.Through recent and generous gifts, The Schumacher Gallery has acquired a significant number of works in the field of photography. The exhibition features works by Isle Bing, Larry Fink, Ken Heyman, Jeannette Klute, Herman Leonard, Leon Levinstein, Louis Stettner and Gary Winograd that add to the rich diversity of the gallery's collections.
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September - November
Get the full Capital experience on a weekend (including lunch in our main dining room)! Our Open House events are the perfect campus visit for students at any stage of the college search. It’s also great for any major since faculty from all academic departments will be hosting information sessions.
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Highly motivated, curious explorers who want to blaze their own paths find their place in our Honors Program. Learn what it means to be a true scholar in your field. Find your own answers through research topics you develop and discover independently. Connect with your intellectual peers, and with professors who will feed your passion for lifelong learning and personal growth.