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Student employment — Positions available on Knightlink include:

  • (NEW) Residential Life — office assistant (for summer 2015)
  • (NEW) Maintenance — Centennial Complex student assistants
  • (NEW) Physical Plant — certified drivers
  • Admissions Office — office assistant (for summer 2015)
  • Pathways Center — Writing, Reading, Speaking Lab consultant (for next academic year)
  • Business Office — office assistant (for summer 2015)
  • Security — security assistant 
  • Dining Services — Mensa, Den, Zesty Orange, special events, and truck/inventory assistants 
  • Pathways Center — Pathways Peers (for next academic year)
  • International Student Programs — Orientation leader (for summer 2015) 
  • International Student Programs — Student liaison (for next academic year) 
  • Maintenance — Clinton Hall student assistants
  • Maintenance — Library student assistants
  • Maintenance — Student Center student assistants
  • Maintenance — Fine Arts Center student assistants

Questions regarding these positions or Knightlink can be directed to Abbie Raum, student employment coordinator, at 352-8350 or studentemployment@wartburg.edu

Wartburg West deadline — The application deadline for second- and third-year students interested in spending Fall Term 2015 or Winter Term 2016 at Wartburg West in Denver, Colorado, is Friday, Feb. 20. The deadline for first-year students applying for the Sophomore Program in Fall Term 2015 is Wednesday, March 11. Applications are online. Direct questions to Jo Dorrance, Wartburg West campus liaison, at jo.dorrance@wartburg.edu.

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Wartburg in the News

Mwalimu Karisa's ’18 crusade to build a medical center in his Kenyan village is nearly complete thanks to a new donation from a Davenport business, according to the Quad-City Times and RVBusiness

The college was named the February 2015 NCAA Division III Diversity Spotlight recipient for the video "Will You Join Us,' a collaboration between the Wartburg and Luther men's soccer teams. The men in the video ask others to stand with them and not discriminate based on age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, or sexual orientation.

Kosi Yankey ’04, founder of Nuba Foods, was named one of Ghana's 20 Influential Business Leaders Under 40 by Business World, Ghana's leading business magazine. 

Several music therapy and social work students visited Capitol Hill in Des Moines to advocate for a bill about music therapy licensing, minimum wage legislation, and the establishment of veterans' treatment courts, according to Rep. Sandy Salmon's newsletter

The June 19-20 Mumford and Sons' Gentlemen of the Road Stopover in Waverly was reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, KWWL, KCRG, Cedar Rapids Gazette, Mason City Globe-Gazette, Iowa Public RadioDes Moines RegisterMinneapolis Star Tribune and Rolling Stone.

Janna McClintock Behrendsen ’08 was named one of 100 Great Iowa Nurses

The wrestling team's domination of the Division III Central Regional was reported in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier and the Cedar Rapids Gazette.

The women's track and field team earned its 13th straight IIAC Indoor championship, and the men's team took home a share of the title, as reported by KCRG and the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier

The men's basketball team's loss to the University of Dubuque in the IIAC Tournament title game was reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier and KCRG.

Ed Droste's ’49 experiences during World War II were recounted in The Tampa Tribune

Dr. Jennifer McBride, assistant professor of religion, once taught Kelly Gissendaner, the death row inmate featured in this New York Times story and is spearheading a clemency effort, as reported by Religious News Service

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