Holocaust Survivors, Teaching Teachers
Holocaust Survivors, Teaching Teachers
Survivors of the Holocaust discuss the dangers of hate; a Professional Studies in Education professor discusses her passion for teaching teachers; and more
From the Ground Up in 1,277 Days
Kopchick Hall will be the new home of the John J. and Char Kopchick College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. The building that once seemed like a dream will open to students in January. Check out a time-lapse video of its construction from March 10, 2020, to September 8, 2023.
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Collage of closely cropped head shots. From left: a black-and-white photo of a young man in a striped uniform, a color photo of an older man, a black-and-white photo of a boy in a white shirt and black jacket, and a color photo of another older man
Oscar Singer and Albert Farhy will discuss their experiences during the Holocaust and the dangers of hate in a presentation Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. in the HUB Ohio Room. The event is free and open to all. Attendance vouchers will be available. Learn more about these Holocaust survivors.
Head-and-shoulders portrait of Julie Ankrum in front of a white background with children’s books on shelves and a red wood-grain graphic on either side of her portrait
A professor in the Department of Professional Studies in Education, Julie Ankrum started her career by teaching kindergarten. Now she’s teaching teachers. Although the students she works with have changed, her passion for teaching has not. Learn more about her in this latest installment of the Meet Our Faculty series.
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