Two longtime Wartburg College boosters and employees will be honored with the naming of the college’s new health and...Read more
Kunihiko Terasawa, associate professor of religion, visited the Lutheran Theological Seminary of Hong Kong on May 21. Terasawa, who...Read more
Kunihiko Terasawa, associate professor of religion, presented at the Hang Seng University of Hong Kong on April 23. Terasawa,...Read more
Wartburg College senior Emily Bingham was selected by the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board for a Fulbright award...Read more
A Wartburg College student’s plan to help increase mental health access for refugees in northern Uganda received a $10,000...Read more
Several Wartburg College students were honored with leadership and service awards for their contributions to the Wartburg and Waverly...Read more
A team of Wartburg College students took first place in the College Division last month at the Washburn University...Read more
In the days following the World Health Organization’s decision to classify the spread of COVID-19 a pandemic, Wartburg College...Read more
Dec. 6-8 Christmas with Wartburg
Sunday, Dec. 15 Winter Commencement
Sunday, Jan. 19. Scholarship Day
Sunday, February 23 Scholarship Day
Tara Norberg Young ’03 is using music to get through the COVID-19 pandemic. Young, who plays piano and sings, has posted her music to Facebook daily to help others find respite from the day, as reported by the Barron News Shield.
Jeana Larson ’01 was elected to be president-elect of the Iowa Bandmasters Association, a 93-year-old organization that promotes “excellence in bands through professional development, mentorship, performance and advocacy,” according to the Northwest Iowa Review. She is the band director at Sheldon Middle School. She named Craig Hancock, Wartburg’s director of bands, as an influential mentor in her life.
Jared Pirkl ’04 is using a small 3D printer he had in his Hansen Elementary School classroom to produce face shield visors for area medical professionals fighting COVID-19, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Will Haksen ’20, a biochemistry major from Miles, Iowa, was awarded a $10,000 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.