Wartburg College is devoted to testing and sustaining understudies for lives of authority and administration as a vivacious articulation of their confidence and learning. Wartburg College was established in 1852 in Saginaw, Michigan, by Georg M. Grossman, a local of Neuendettelsau, Bavaria. Wartburg College is a four-year aesthetic sciences school of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America situated in Waverly, Iowa. Wartburg West is in Denver, Colorado. In 2007 U.S. News and World Report evaluated Wartburg College sixth for scholarly brilliance among Midwestern far reaching universities which essentially honor four year certifications, and second as far as "value for the money" (i.e. best esteem when educational cost costs, grant help, and scholastics are analyzed). Starting at 2012, the most mainstream projects of learn at Wartburg were (all together): business, science, rudimentary training, and discourse correspondence/talk. Wartburgs social work program is the most established undergrad program of its kind in Iowa. Wartburg is the main private school in Iowa offering a music treatment major. The school is very focused and has a 89 percent therapeutic school position rate and a 100 percent arrangement rate in different fields of solution.
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Wartburg College that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.