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For the second time in three years, Capital’s ABA National Moot Court Team is going to the National Finals. ...
Capital Students Win Big at International Film Festival
What started out as a class project for Advance Production ended up being so much more for Wes Murray and Nate LaGuardia. Their film, "Buzzing in the Garage", took them all the way to the Eyecatcher International Film Festival where they ea...
Columbus Chamber of Commerce has debuted its first new episode of cbuzz, the region’s first business-themed
podcast, in a partnership to reboot the series with Capital University. ...
The Pizzuti Companies and
Capital University will form a joint venture to redevelop a University-owned
surface parking lot located along Grant Avenue between Capital and Oak streets,
near Capital University Law School in the heart of the Discovery District. ...
On Wednesday, January 10, 2018, Capital
University head women’s basketball coach Dixie Jeffers became just the 16th
NCAA women’s basketball coach and just the fifth at the Division III level to
earn 700 career victories. ...
An evening with Daniel H. Pink at Gramercy Books
Did you know you should avoid going to the hospital in the afternoon? Or that singing in time with other people is as good for you as exercise? And how do you know when it’s the ideal time to quit a job, switch careers or get married?
On January 1, 2018, Trinity Lutheran Seminary legally joined Capital University under the name Trinity Lutheran Seminary at Capital University....
Capital University has been honored with the Gold Award in the Pride of CASE District V Awards for events, marketing and communication for the inauguration of President Beth Paul. The Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District V annually recognizes excellence in the district, which includes Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin. The Pride of CASE V Awards showcase best practices in alumni relations, fundraising, advancement services, special events and outstanding communications. Experts from all disciplines outside of District V judge the entries....
Capital University’s Conservatory of Music voice students won
10 awards in the statewide Ohio National Association of Teachers of Singing
(NATS) competition held recently at Youngstown State University. ...
“Tidings of Comfort” is the
central theme of Capital University’s Christmas Festival this year, and the
Chapel Choir has taken an immersive approach to learning what comfort means,
not only beyond the walls of campus, but beyond the walls of our personal inhibitions as well....
OH. Monday, Nov. 6, 2017–The boards of Capital University and Trinity Lutheran
Seminary have approved an agreement to unify the institutions and establish
Trinity Lutheran Seminary at Capital University, effective Jan. 1, 2018....
“We’re from Capital: Our Story, Created and Told
By Us,” has won top honors — two platinum awards — in the 2017 MarCom Awards. The video, created and
launched in spring 2017 for the inauguration of Capital University President
Beth Paul, won platinum awards in the categories of Social Video and Original
Music. The magic behind the video’s creative concept and execution is it was
created by Capital students, alumni, faculty and partners who employ Capital
interns and alumni, like Fahlgren Mortine. ...
On October 24, Capital sophomore Lindi Cisco got to meet the
author she credits with inspiring her read. David Handler, aka – Lemony Snicket
was the featured speaker at this year’s Gerhold Lecture and the machinations of
the stories she read in early childhood came to life in the author’s personality. ...
national search, Capital University, in cooperation with the Southern Ohio
Synod Bishop’s office, has identified the Rev. Andrew Tucker as its recommended
choice for university pastor, and he accepted. The Southern Ohio Synod Council
will receive this recommendation and vote on his call to the position at its
next meeting on Dec. 2. In the meantime, with the knowledge of the synod,
Pastor Tucker will join Capital University community prior to this on Nov. 27. ...
Following his experience over the
last six months as a senior consultant for Capital University, Mark Pringle has
been named director of Human Resources. An
experienced human resources
leader, Pringle brings the ability to align performance management processes to
organizational goals and objectives; develop business strategy; manage benefits
creation and restructuring; foster employee engagement; and offer management
Capital University has named Erin Delffs assistant vice
president for Business and Finance, effective October 30, 2017. He comes from
St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas, where he has served as associate vice
president for Finance. ...
University Law School will honor Yvette McGee Brown with the Esther Brocker
award at a reception on Thursday, November 9, 2017. The award is given annually to a woman who
has made significant contributions to and had involvement in advancing the status
of women in the legal profession & the Columbus community. The event is graciously being hosted by
Thompson Hine LLP....
Capital University and
Trinity Lutheran Seminary will present a series of events beginning in late
September to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation.
Martin Luther’s posting of 95 theses for discussion and debate, which according
to tradition he nailed to the church door in Wittenberg, Germany, on October
31, 1517, is commemorated as the beginning of the Reformation. While not the
first or only reformer, Luther, a university professor, was a catalyst in this
movement, which brought sweeping changes to church and society and changed the
religious landscape of Europe. Luther championed free inquiry and education,
opening a critical dialogue that would change Christianity and its European
On Tuesday, October 24, 2017, the Gerhold Lecture Series in the Humanities will host Daniel Handler, creator of the Lemony Snicket books, “A Series of Unfortunate Events.” Handler will be at Capital University to talk about the writing of his new book, “All the Dirty Parts,” and sharing his thoughts on Lemony Snicket....
Capital University junior Amanda Sorrell is a double major in Creative Writing and Religion. This past summer she participated in the Summer Scholars program where she wrote a collection of Honduran-inspired poems based on her own personal experiences....
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