Waldorf University to host poet Gabriel Gudding on Sept. 24. The event is a part of the Distinguished Visiting Authors Series sponsored by the Waldorf University English Department. The reading is free and open to the public from 7-8 p.m. in the Salveson Ballroom located at 106 S. Sixth St. Forest City, IA.
On Saturday Sept. 22, from 10 a.m. to noon roughly 100 Waldorf University volunteers will join together at Pilot Knob State Park to participate in the annual Iowa State Park Volunteer Day.
Waldorf University Communications Professor Chosen as One of Five Finalists in Graphic Design Competition
Tiffany Olson, Waldorf University Associate Professor of Communications, chosen as one of five finalists in the Jordan Wine Bottle Poster Contest: Bring the Le Tour de Melchior to Life.
Waldorf University’s Biology Dept. Making Strides in University of Iowa FUTURE in Biomedicine Program
This past summer, Waldorf University biology sophomore Jennet Hojanazarova, and Dr. Carol Fischer, biology faculty, participated in the Fostering Undergraduate Talent – Uniting Research and Education in Biomedicine (FUTURE) in Biomedicine Program at the University of Iowa where they spent the summer researching cleft lip/palate in the lab of Dr. Robert Cornell, a professor in Anatomy and Cellular Biology. Hojanazarova and Dr. Fischer spent two months working side by side at the laboratory bench. As members of the Cornell lab, they also participated in the lab’s weekly journal club, including taking their “turn” presenting their research and current state of knowledge in the field. Near the end of July, they each presented the results of their research to other program participants at the FUTURE in Biomedicine Research Symposium. Hojanazarova also presented a poster at the University-wide Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium along with about 160 other students from other University of Iowa departments.
The Waldorf hockey team is sending one of its alumni into the ranks of the professionals.
Waldorf University to host artist reception and talk for area artist Richard Leet on Thursday, Sept. 6 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Waldorf University Gallery housed in the Campus Center located at 106 S. 6thSt Forest City, Ia. 50436. An artist talk will begin at 7 p.m.
Waldorf University's Bachelor of Arts, Occupational Safety has been reviewed by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) and approved as a Graduate Safety Practitioner® (GSP®) Qualifying Academic Program (QAP), providing the program's graduates the option to apply with BCSP for the GSP designation after graduation.
Scheduled to open in October of 2018, the Forest City fine arts center is a state-of-the-art facility being constructed along the city’s entertainment/recreational corridor. Excitement is building as the Fine Arts Center scheduling calendar begins to fill with future events and performances.
Waldorf University recently bolstered its online degree program offerings with the launch of its newest program, a Master of Arts in health care management.
Waldorf University will be granting degrees to approximately 735 graduates, both online and residential, during its Commencement exercises on Saturday, May 5.