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UNOH Student Matthew Lutz poses for a photo during Star Wars Night at Coca Cola Park
Lutz Hopes Internship Leads to Home Run Career in Sport Marketing and Management

18 January 2018

Not all students who graduate from the University of Northwestern Ohio do so by attending classes on campus. A growing number of those students attend classes online through our Virtual College platform. One such student, Matthew Lutz who lives just south of Atlanta, Georgia, is enrolled in the Sport Marketing and Management program and couldn’t be happier with his choice.

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College of Applied Technologies Students in class

16 January 2018

2017 November Session Dean's List - College of Applied Technologies

The University of Northwestern Ohio is proud to acknowledge its Dean’s List for the 2017 November Session for students in the College of Applied Technologies. The following full time students received a grade point average of 3.5 or better.

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John Force addresses crowd at UNOH Event Center while accepting his honorary doctorate degree

11 January 2018

NHRA Legend John Force Awarded Honorary Doctorate Degree from UNOH

Hall of Fame National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) driver and record holder, John Force, received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the University of Northwestern Ohio on January 10, 2018. Force is best known for his 16 Funny Car championships and 148 NHRA victories. Force’s first championship came in 1990, and afterwards he went on to claim an incredible run of 10 consecutive NHRA titles from 1993-2002. In 2017, his teams took home the Top Fuel and Funny Car championships, earning Force his 19th and 20th championships as a car owner.

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UNOH Men's Soccer Head Coach Tyler Brock

04 January 2018

Tyler Brock's First Season as Men's Soccer Head Coach Proves Successful

When he was first brought into the program, Tyler Brock had a massive task on his hands. Quite a few players were weeks away from graduation and some were transferring, and there was not much time to recruit. Brock persevered and ended up building an entirely new program, with a new style and a new system and ended up having a very successful season. “I think it says a lot about our guys at the end of the day and how they dealt with all that adversity and still found a way to win the WHAC Tournament and make to the NAIA National Tournament,” says Brock.

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