BW Professor and DCL Faculty Member, Edwin Meyer, is Guest Columnist on Cleveland.com
Edwin Meyer is the chair of physics at Baldwin Wallace University and teaches several problem-solving courses for the DCL Community STEM program. Recently he was featured on Cleveland.com as a guest columnist profiling one of his former students whose determination and eagerness to learn became a true success story. Learn more and see the article on Cleveland.com.
BW Awards Recognize Professors for Excellence
Six faculty members are being recognized for achievements that highlight their dedication to the profession and the personal growth of students. Strosacker Award for Excellence in Teaching This award is the foremost recognition for outstanding classroom performance. Dr. Laura HopkinsAssistant ProfessorDepartment of Public Health & Prevention Science Nominator quote: “This professor fulfills the University’s mission statement as a professor, providing
Community STEM Initiatives featured on WKYC
Our Game Theory Camp was featured on WKYC.com, with a write-up about the week-long program that teaches math, statistics, and problem solving to attendees. Learn more about the program and see what WKYC had to say about us here.
Increased Camps and Programs Keep BW Campus Busy in Summer Months
A whole lot of learning and development was happening at BW over the summer, with much of it disguised as pure fun. While most traditional Baldwin Wallace University undergraduate students were busy with summer jobs and internships, BW faculty and staff used their expertise to attract and engage students of all ages. The BW Division of Community Learning (DCL) summer
An Artistic Collaboration Creates One Light
One Light, a new, fully produced dance video filmed on a rooftop overlooking the Cleveland skyline and Lake Erie,, was conceived by Director of Dance, Heather Dennen as a way for students to process the events of 2020, celebrates dance as an expression of identity and explores a transformative journey from isolation to community.
5 Things to Look for in a Music Camp
As April emerges with the sun and birds, minds drift to the summer months and how students will spend their days. One option for many families is a music camp. Whether instrument-specific or ensemble-based, day or residential, here are 5 things you should look for in a music camp for your child to be sure they will have a positive experience.
New Program Fosters Student Growth
With a long history of working with many foundation partners and CMSD students transitioning to online learning, CAS saw an opportunity to build upon a strong relationship and bring music curriculum home.
BW CAS Earns National Recognition
We are thrilled for our BW CAS team, faculty and students to be recognized with the Stand for the Arts national award, and we’ll continue to bring exceptional arts education to our community – and beyond!
Member Spotlight: Glenn Blair
For nearly 20 years, members of the New Horizons Program at Baldwin Wallace have been coming together to make music. Glenn Blair is one NHB member who has particularly enjoyed his experience in the program and is not shy about saying so
5 Unexpected Advantages of Teaching in a Hybrid Environment
Dance is very physical; not only do dancers fly across the floor, but classes require an instructor to gently manipulate the torso or a limb so the dancer can feel the correct position. During the fall semester, that freedom to move and physical contact was not possible in either a virtual or in-person class due to safety measures. But we did find other advantages of the hybrid environment.