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Wednesday Wire: February 2, 2022

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  1. Two ATI graduates of the agriscience education program, Rebecca McCarty and have been featured recently in news articles.


  1. Wooster Community Hospital will hold a COVID19 Vaccine/Booster Clinic at the Shisler Center on February 15th from at least 10 am to 1 pm. And don't forget! You can win bucks for getting boosted.

  2. Know any students heading to Columbus and looking for roommates? Be sure to tell them about the upcoming Roommate Fair.


  1. Join us for some Ohio State fun at the zoo!

    You and your family are invited to experience all that the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium has to offer!

  2. Here are some updates about our pandemic response guidance as it pertains to student life events and recreation:

  3. Beginning Feb. 1, all faculty and staff who test positive for COVID-19 are now required to self-report their status to the university’s Contact Investigation and Contact Tracing Team (CICTT).

  4. Volunteers are needed for Reverse Orientation, which will be held February 28 - March 3. This week of student programming will focus on providing graduating and transitioning students with information and tools that can help them with their next steps after ATI.

  5. You are invited to participate in our research by completing a brief survey. Food Studies is an interdisciplinary field and your unique insights would be invaluable to our study.

  6. Each year University Libraries presents the Ann W. and Emanuel D. Rudolph Student Book Collecting Awards - three scholarships that are awarded to undergraduate students who share the Rudolph’s passion for books.

  7. The most recent issue of Continuum, available online, features a profile of ATI Director's Award winner Patrick Parker.

  8. New DEI Multicultural Student Initiatives Director Dr. Tiffany Halsell will be working with student groups and faculty and staff on the Wooster and Columbus campuses.

  9. Congratulations to the Program Excel staff, who achieved or exceeded Substantial Progress measures required by the Department of Education to continue funding through the Trio Grant.