Huntington, Ind.— Judge Daniel G. Heath of the Allen County Superior Court will teach an upcoming EXCEL Gateway course at Huntington College. Business Law will take place during six Monday evenings from June 7 through July 12, 2004.
Huntington, Ind.—On May 15th, Huntington College held its commencement ceremonies, marking the end of another school year for most of its students, but for six Forester track and field athletes, one final test remains. These six individuals will head to Louisville, Ky., to compete in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Outdoor Track and Field National Championships to be held May 27-29, 2004.
Huntington, Ind.— Alpha Chi and Indian Beta Chapter member Rachel Tinon, a junior English major from Pataskala, Ohio, has been named one of ten Alpha Chi Nolle Scholarship winners for 2004-2005. The nomination was based on a research paper she wrote while in Oxford, England, as part of a Shakespeare seminar. Her paper was titled, “Bruised Read, Smoking Flax: Shakespeare’s Portrayal of Puritanism in ‘Twelfth Night’ and ‘Measure for Measure.’” Tinon presented the paper at the 2004 Alpha Chi regional conference, where she received the scholarship.
Preeminence to tour Midwest and Mid-Atlantic regions
Huntington, Ind.— Huntington College will send a traveling group of talented student musicians to tour the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic regions throughout the summer. Preeminence will present approximately 60 performances between
Huntington, Ind.—On Saturday, May 15, 2004, Huntington College honored 206 graduates of the Class of 2004. The College’s 106th commencement services took place at 3 p.m., on the front lawn of campus with Dr. KunMo Chung, a licensed nuclear engineer and experienced science administrator, delivering the commencement address
Huntington, Ind.—Huntington College’s 2004 Commencement speaker, Dr. KunMo Chung, was given a tour of a current Huntington County Habitat for Humanity project on Friday. Dr. Norris Friesen, Huntington College Vice President and Dean and President of Huntington County Habitat for Humanity, along with county Habitat board members John Jepsen and Jean Michelson gave Chung a tour of two completed houses on Schultz Drive and one that is expected to be finished this summer
Huntington College’s 2004 Commencement speaker, Dr. KunMo Chung, was
given a tour of a current Huntington County Habitat for Humanity project
Huntington, Ind.— Huntington College held its annual appreciation dinner for faculty and staff on Tuesday, May 11, 2004. Many campus community members were recognized for their service to Huntington College, while Randy Neuman was honored with the Staff Member of the Year award.
Dr. Evans will discuss the origins of life along with thoughts as to why
the whole universe seems to be astonishingly fine-tuned in a new
Gateway course offered by the EXCEL Program at Huntington College.
Huntington, Ind.—According to British scientist Richard Dawkins, “Father Christmas and the Tooth Fairy are part of the charm of childhood. So is God. Some of us grow out of all three.”
Nalliah, Miller receive May Peer Award
Huntington, Ind.— The Huntington College Peer Award has been passed on to two new individuals for the month of May. April’s recipients, Professor Ken Hopper and Mrs. Sarah Harvey, passed their awards along to Mr. Rick Miller and Mr. Paul N
Huntington, Ind.— There is no greater testament to the Huntington College mission, “educating men and women to impact the world for Christ,” than students who give of their time and talents to serve others. Therefore, when the Huntington College Student Senate decided to award a fellow student with the first-ever Student Senate Impact Initiative Scholarship, it was only fitting that the recipient have a passion to impact the surrounding community.
Huntington, Ind.— The Huntington College Theatre Department has announced its performance schedule for the 2004-05 year.
Starting in the fall semester of 2005, Huntington College will offer a bachelor’s degree in social work.
Huntington, Ind.— The Huntington College athletic department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of May 3-9, 2004. Women’s softball freshman April Snider and men’s golf sophomore Andrew Porterfield earned the honors for their outstanding efforts during the week’s competitions.
Huntington, Ind.—Starting in the fall semester of 2005, Huntington College will offer a bachelor’s degree in social work. The professional degree program will prepare students to enter private and public social service agencies.
Huntington, Ind.— A matching grant from Lilly Endowment, Inc., will enable Huntington College to offer seven new academic programs. College officials have earmarked $1.5 million for developing and marketing a master’s degree in Education and additional bachelor’s degrees in the fields of communication, business, political science, recreation, social science, and ministry.
Huntington, Ind.— Huntington College will award three honorary degrees during the 2004 commencement services on May 15, 2004. The Doctor of Human Letters degree will be awarded to Dr. William J. Webb, Jr., physician and medical missionary, and Dr. KunMo Chung, nuclear engineer and experienced science administrator. A Doctor of Commercial Science degree will be awarded to Mr. Bernard J. Hull, home developer and long-time Huntington College Board of Trustees member.
Huntington, Ind.— Dr. Wayne Priest, assistant professor of psychology at Huntington College, was awarded the distinguished Professor of the Year honor at the 33rd annual Forester Night at Huntington College on Tuesday. The award, voted on by the student body, is presented each year at the Forester Night ceremonies.
Huntington, Ind.— Ten Huntington College students enrolled in the Communication Research Methods class recently presented original research at the Butler University Undergraduate Research Conference.
Dr. Wayne Priest, assistant professor of psychology at Huntington
College, was awarded the distinguished Professor of the Year honor at
the 33rd annual Forester Night at Huntington College on Tuesday.
Huntington, Ind.—Nine Forester Athletes were recently inducted into Chi Alpha Sigma, a national honor society that gives recognition to college students with both academic and athletic excellence
Huntington, Ind.— The Indiana Beta Chapter of Alpha Chi National Scholarship Honor Society recently presented seven Huntington College students the 2004 Sophomore Honor Award at a reception hosted by Huntington College President G. Blair Dowden.
The 33rd annual Huntington College Forester Night was held Tuesday, May 4, 2003, at Huntington College.
Huntington, Ind.— The 2004 edition of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges will include the names of 20 students from Huntington College who have been selected as national outstanding campus leaders
A matching grant from Lilly Endowment, Inc., will enable Huntington College to offer seven new academic programs.
Huntington College has announced the featured speakers for its 106th Commencement exercises to be held Saturday, May 15, 2004.
Two Huntington College students received the Huntington College Servant Leadership Award, in partnership with the Barney II and Moore Foundations, at the Joe Mertz Center for Volunteer Service (JMC) Banquet April 29, 2004. Anna Geivett and Laura Petery received the award which recognizes students who have demonstrated leadership in the area of community and ministry service.
The Huntington College athletics department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of April 26 – May 2, 2004.
Schwob directs Enterprise Resource Center
Huntington, Ind.—Kay Schwob has been appointed Director of the Huntington College Enterprise Resource Center. In this important role within the Advancement Office, Schwob will provide leadership in cultivating experiential learning part