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Virtual Field Day with Green Iowa Americorps-Mahaska Partnership

June 18, 2020

The South Skunk Watershed Project invites area landowners to a Virtual Field Day, live on the South Skunk Watershed project Facebook page, on June 29, 2020, at 6:30 p.m. Get a first-perspective view of how the DeBruin family farm integrates cover crops with their cattle operation to increase profitability. There will be a Question and […]

https://www.wmpenn.edu/news-story/virtual-field-day-with-green-iowa-americorps-mahaska-partnership/

William Penn University Announces Spring 2020 President’s List

William Penn University is pleased to announce the following students that have received recognition for the President’s List during the spring 2020 semester. To be included on the President’s List, a student must complete at least 12 hours of credit with a minimum grade point average of 3.9 on a 4.0 scale. Located in Oskaloosa, […]

https://www.wmpenn.edu/news-story/william-penn-university-announces-spring-2020-presidents-list/

Women’s Golfer Chosen as Chair of NAIA ASA

May 20, 2020

Written by: Wade Steinlage, Assistant Athletic Director for Communications William Penn senior women’s golfer Madison Lantz will end her college career working on the national stage as she has been named the Chair of the NAIA’s Association of Student-Athletes (ASA). A native of Corona, Calif., Lantz had been serving as WPU’s Chair as well as […]

https://www.wmpenn.edu/news-story/madisonlantz/

Virtual Art Gallery

April 24, 2020

We are pleased to share a virtual Art Gallery with you featuring William Penn University students. As part of her internship, senior student Marie Garcia curated this on-line gallery of art. The project was intended to be an Art Show, however, she switched gears once campus went to remote learning and created a beautiful gallery […]

https://www.wmpenn.edu/news-story/virtual-art-gallery/

We’re Stronger Together

April 9, 2020Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, colleges and universities across the nation are faced with the difficult decision of what to do with students that consider their campuses home. For safety reasons, many colleges across the country have decided to transition to remote learning for the remainder of the semester. Along with this transition, many schools have [...]https://www.wmpenn.edu/news-story/were-stronger-together/