Wooster in the News

August 2015

male fertility study making national news - New York Daily News/HUFFINGTON POST

  • Wooster Assistant Professor of Biology Laura Sirot and former student Paul Joseph report on how men can boost sperm numbers in major media outlets...more from New York Daily News and ...more from Huffington Post.

June 2015

making climate connections at the zoo - yale university climate connections

  • Wooster Professor of Psychology Susan Clayton tells how a visit to the zoo can help people understand the impact of climate change...more

today's fail-safe students - chronicle of higher education

  • The academic redemption of recent Wooster graduate Coleman Fitch...more

May 2015

new college graduates: how well prepared to be global problem solvers? - christian science monitor

  • Wooster's Independent Study is mentioned as an example of a program that gives graduates an edge...more

The Extra-Special expertise of a college senior thesis - npr [on point]

  • Wooster Professor of Communication Donald Goldberg tout's I.S...more

April 2015

TO THE MEDIA, 'BLACK' IS TOO OFTEN SHORTHAND FOR 'POOR' - atlantic monthly

  • Study by Wooster Assistant Professor of Political Science Bas Van Doorn subject of article in business section...more

did lebron james become the cavaliers' leader he said he would? - cleveland plain dealer

  • Wooster Professor of Communication Denise Bostdorff quoted in article by Wooster alumnus Joe Vardon...more

sinkholes as deep as eight -story buildings form on shoreline of  dead sea - accuweather.com

  • Professor of Geology Mark Wilson quoted in online article...more

March 2015

alumnus pledges $5 million to The College of Wooster - akron beacon journal

  • Gift by Trusttee Doug Brush to help build new science center and renovate old residence hall...more

February 2015

HOW ONE CAMPUS UNITED BEHIND A BUDGET-CUTTING EFFORT - chronicle of higher education

  • Wooster President Grant Cornwell featured in article about efforts to establish a sustainable budget...more