Thanks to Wittenberg board member David Gogol ’73, president of Washington, D.C.-based B & D Sagamore, and Congressman David L. Hobson (R-Springfield).
Wittenberg recently received funding to advance technology on campus.
Known as the SBA I Grant Initiative, the funding allowed the university to expand Hollenbeck Hall’s state-of-the-art technology to all meeting rooms in the Shouvlin Center, and the Li Room and Alumni Room in the Benham-Pence Student Center.
First-floor offices in Recitation Hall also benefited, and Koch Hall’s Kissell Auditorium received a technological and functional facelift as well.
Moreover, the grant created a new, technologically advanced Foreign Languages Learning Center in Hollenbeck Hall, which will help facilitate the university’s commitment to infusing the curriculum with international perspective.