AMRE ’15 project works with Goodyear

Have you ever thought about what could go wrong if the tires on your car were faulty?  Tires may seem like simple rubber objects in comparison to the complex vehicles they support, but a team of College of Wooster students learned that it takes a variety of science and engineering techniques to ensure that modern […]

Anna Claspy ’16 assembles a museum exhibition

Having never researched medical history, Anna Claspy, Class of 2016, did not believe she was qualified for her APEX Fellowship at the Medical History Museum in Cleveland, Ohio.  With the support of her APEX mentors and her drive to challenge herself, Anna extracted an Independent Study thesis without intention. Anna Claspy is a history major […]

APEX Fellow Marcus Carano ’16 works with philanthropy

Not many college students can say that they had a major role in being awarded a $20,000 grant, however, Marcus Carano, Class of 2016, is an exception.  Marcus, a history major here at the College of Wooster, and a resident of Akron, Ohio received an APEX Fellowship to work with the Akron Community Foundation.  The […]

From full-time student to summer park ranger, Macy Conrad ’18

By spending her summer working as a park ranger at the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers at Deer Creek Lake in Sterling, Ohio, Macy Conrad, Class of 2018, discovered a better understanding of her geological interest. Macy’s summer internship experience was funded through an APEX Fellowship.  During her internship, she led tours of the dam […]

Ruben Quinteros ’17 gained professional experience right here in Wooster

Juggling responsibilities between two business entities in The City of Wooster proved to be a challenge for Ruben Quinteros, Class of 2017.  However, Ruben’s difficulties proved beneficial in the end because he was able to enhance his statistical skills and excelled in other areas he did not expect. Ruben, an economics major from Ciudad del […]