Meet the faculty
Dr. Jennifer Hodge teaches Physical Education at Capital University
Dr. David Reed is a professor of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Physics at Capital University
Dr. Ann R. Peden is professor and chair of the Department of Nursing at Capital University.
A native of St. Petersburg, Russia, Dr. Dina Lentsner teaches in the Conservatory of Music
Dr. Andrea has expertise in learning and comparative psychology
Dr. David Summers teaches classics at Capital University
Gail Lehto Zugger is highly regarded as a clarinetist and teacher
Dr. Wilson is a cognitive psychologist with a particular interest in adult language processing and the fallibility of memory
Dr. Barbara Barresi teaches business ethics and leadership in both the traditional and graduate programs.
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June 2, 8 am to 5 pm Bexley Campus
Get your first taste of life as a Capital student at one of our Summer Orientation Days. Get to know your classmates — they're CapFamily after all. Meet with an advisor, schedule your fall classes, have your Capital ID picture taken. Your transition to Capital starts now so you'll be ahead of the game when you arrive this fall. Start connecting today with #CapSO15.
May 29 6:30 pm The Capital Green
Bexley's summer outdoor entertainment and movie series returns with a lineup that’s the perfect mix of classic and modern films. The opening Main Event will feature music by the Shazzbots, activities including human hamster balls, Lego club and robotics demonstrations, fare from local vendors and food trucks, feature film Big Hero 6, showing at sunset, and more. Join us on the Capital Green, our front lawn, for this free community event.
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Tuesday, May 26th
Are you considering doing more with your nursing career? With concentrations in administration, nursing education, legal studies, clinical nurse-specialist (adult-gerontology) and theology, our Master of Science in Nursing program may be the right fit for you. Learn more at our information session on Tuesday, May 26.
Explore our academics
Work one on one with your professor. Find out what it means to be a scholar in your discipline — in the sciences, humanities or the arts. Answer a question that really means something to you. Here, the only thing that limits undergraduate research opportunities is your imagination. So be bold. Discover something new. Contribute to the body of knowledge. Then share your findings.