The funds will be used to train students to train members of the Lehigh Valley community to administer the lifesaving drug Narcan.
Milne was named Division III National Coach of the Year by the American Football Coaches Association and Andy Talley Regional Coach of the Year by the Maxwell Football Club.
Muhlenberg is one of only 119 colleges and universities nationwide to receive the 2020 Carnegie Community Engagement Classification, an elective designation that indicates an institutional commitment to community engagement from The Carnegie Foundation.
The new School of Graduate Studies programs, in applied analytics and organizational leadership, will be offered this fall. The College is also changing the name of the Wescoe School of Continuing Education to the Muhlenberg College School of Continuing Studies.
The Fulbright Scholars Program supports extended research or study abroad opportunities for college graduates.
Austin Sherman, Jimmy Fratantoni and Luca Colestock all earned berths in the NCAA Championships by finishing in the top three at the NCAA Mideast Regional. The national meet was scheduled to be held in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
A trip to Disney should be fun. But for a group of Muhlenberg students this January, the trip also helped explore the many ways that Walt Disney World staff create a culture of leadership.
Students selected for the fellowship are campus leaders who demonstrate a commitment to finding solutions for challenges facing communities locally, nationally and internationally.
Davis is among the scholarship recipients honored for outstanding academic performance in physics.
Two sites Muhlenberg students visited on the Office of Multicultural Life’s second cultural immersion alternative spring break were the historically black Howard and Morgan State Universities.
Tri-Alpha honors outstanding students who are the first in their families to attend college.
Faculty, staff and donors came together to enable the College to offer 100 incoming students and 100 returning students the opportunity to apply for a grant to pay for one online course.
Harring is the first woman to hold the position.
A new scholarship and research grants, all earmarked for sustainability studies, expand opportunities for students.
In early March, the College sprang into action as a rapidly evolving global crisis was about to arrive on its doorstep. While the finish line remains out of sight, it’s possible to reflect on how the College community came together to face the COVID-19 pandemic and how it continues to exhibit resilience, compassion and togetherness.
Learn how Muhlenberg ensured robust academic, co-curricular and extracurricular experiences for students this fall.
Two Muhlenberg speaker series beginning this fall, “2020 Vision: Contested Political Futures” and “Engaging in Speech and Action,” provide community forums on crucial and challenging issues.
The gift by Drs. Thomas O. Burkholder ’70 and Judith A. McDonald Burkholder ’71 will support a number of initiatives, including scholarships for underrepresented students seeking a career in medicine.
BergVotes faced unprecedented challenges as it endeavored to ensure as many students as possible, on campus and off, could cast a vote this fall amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The collaborative renewable energy project between Muhlenberg College and three other Pennsylvania institutions has been announced as the recipient of AASHE's 2020 Campus Sustainability Achievement Award.
The pledge, made by a Muhlenberg graduate, is the largest personal gift in the history of the 172-year-old institution and will provide funding for two building initiatives.