Brooks earns PALNI’s Open Educator Award

Tim Brooks, instructor of engineering, has been named by the Private Academic Library Network of Indiana, Inc. (PALNI) as a recipient of the PALSave Open Educator Award for the 2021-22 academic year. The award recognizes innovation and excellence in support of higher education, textbook affordability and student success. As part of the PALSave: PALNI Affordable

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Professor Madlen Batchvarova has been appointed world musics and cultures chair for the American Choral Directors Association’s Repertoire and Resources Committee. The American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) is one of the largest professional organizations for choral directors in the world. The association’s mission is to inspire excellence in choral music through education, performance, composition and

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Hanover will present its highest alumni awards to five graduates during a special Homecoming ceremony this fall. Deby Grosskopf Dihoff ’73 and Charles Stewart ’63 will receive the Alumni Achievement Award. Adam Clevenger ‘05, Devon Sharpe ‘13 and Okletey Wilson-Tei ‘09 will be presented with the Distinguished Young Alumni Award. The event is scheduled for

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Jefferson County is home to a number of manufacturers that collectively provide jobs to thousands. An engineer plays a formative role in each organization. Hanover engineering students are putting their education to work in the local community. Adam Combs ‘24 and Caleb Geary ‘25 are among a group of six students completing engineering-related internships or

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Local youth have an opportunity to learn the German language this fall through a unique Hanover College program. SPARK for German, a joint project of the American Association of Teachers of German and the Goethe-Institut, is teaming with Hanover to provide free after-school German classes for kindergarten through high school students in the Hanover/Madison area.

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Former standouts Thad McCracken ’04, Matt Moore ’05, Fran Quigley ’84 and Richard Veach ’88 have been selected to join the Hanover Athletic Hall of Fame. The foursome will be inducted Oct. 22 during a special ceremony as part of the College’s Hall of Fame Day. One of the top three-point shooters in school history,

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Classroom spaces may be empty during the summer months, but work doesn’t slow down around campus. Residence halls are cleaned, painted and remodeled. Mowers frequently buzz across the Quad. Landscaping is continually manicured to maintain the beauty of Hanover. All of this is made possible by the dedicated Hanover College facilities team and – this

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Hanover College awarded Dean’s List honors to the following students for Winter/ Spring 2022. To qualify, students must earn a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher. Class of 2022 Rachel Adams Zoe Adams Marigrace Anderson Riley Austin Dylan Baker Isaac Ball Cody Bauer Gabe Beatty Delaney Benner Owen Bevis Aakriti Bista Lanette Blume Autumn Boothby

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The Fourth of July is Isaac Ball’s second favorite holiday. Christmas is his first. His sense of patriotism is strong and perhaps equal to his love of learning and “a good challenge.”  Ball, one of 251 members of the Hanover College Class of 2022, received a Bachelor of Science in engineering at the 189th Commencement

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Since its founding, Hanoverians have served in the U.S. military through every major conflict around the globe. Students who walked these grounds have fought in the Civil War, World War I and World War II. Hanoverians have also seen action in Korea, Vietnam and Desert Storm. Many continue to serve. While their service has carried

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