When most people think about science majors at Wartburg, they come up with programs such as chemistry or biology. However, there’s another major – the actuarial science major.
Northwest Iowa native Kay Grigsby is the inaugural Grant Price Endowed Archivist at Wartburg College.
Each year since 2007, Wartburg selects one project to submit for the Davis Projects for Peace.
Davis Projects for Peace is an initiative for all undergraduate students. Participating schools must be a part of Davis United World College Scholars Program.
Over the past year maintenance staff at Wartburg struggled to keep up with the demands brought on by COVID-19.
Science fiction, especially in the United States, is a genre we all know. Everyone has either seen or heard of “Star Wars,” “Avengers” or “The Terminator,” and these are all nice, fun, comfortable franchises, but their connotation is much more broad than what meets the eye. We see these films as fun stories about heroes and antiheroes saving the day from the challengers of order, and “order” will be a keyword here.
Plexiglass dividers. Spaced-out desks. Sanitizing buckets in every corner. No touching allowed. This is the reality of an elementary school classroom during COVID-19.
Before coming to Wartburg from India, Tsering Tashi knew he wanted to start a club here that could benefit students who share the same passion as him. The second-year biology and neuroscience double-major is the club president and creator of the new computer science club.
Wartburg Public Health Ambassadors are now rewarding students for masking and social distancing on campus. This new student-led group focuses on providing health and safety information and activities for students to participate in during this unprecedented time.
No matter what path he followed, Marty Johnson always found his way back to Wartburg College. After setting foot on campus for the first time in 1979, he knew there would be a lifetime of memories to follow.
A love of music and passion for people drive Wartburg professor Dr. Karen Black.