2014 Forester Night recognizes students, faculty
The 43rd annual Huntington University Forester Night celebrated the accomplishments of students from across campus, as well as the recognition of the Foresters of the Year, the 2014 Outstanding Scholar Award, the Impact Initiative Scholarship and the Professor of the Year. The event was held May 6.
Students, ‘Hoosier Grown’ team to present research at 2014 academic forum
After a lot of hard work this year, 30 Huntington University students, including the "Hoosier Grown" marketing team, will present their research from various disciplines at the 2014 Academic Research Forum from 2:45-5 p.m. April 23.
India: A long-term commitment of service
For the third year in a row, students worked, learned and served in the orphanages of India during the January term. It has become a tradition for the university — one that moves people to tears regularly.
HU liberal arts students prove the employability factor of their majors
Huntington University graduates are challenging the employability perception of the liberal arts — one job at a time.
Around the world in 90 days
In the summer of 2013, Huntington University faculty, staff and students took the institutional mission to “impact the world” literally as they traveled nearly 30,000 miles round trip to serve on three continents. The mileage they logged surpassed the circumference of the Earth – 24,901 miles.
Alpha Chi inducts 20 new members
Huntington University inducted 20 new members into the Indiana Beta Chapter of Alpha Chi during a convocation held Oct. 16.
2013 Forester Night recognizes students, faculty
The 42nd annual Huntington University Forester Night celebrated the accomplishments of students from across campus, as well as the recognition of the Foresters of the Year, the 2013 Outstanding Scholar Award, the Impact Initiative Scholarship and the Professor of the Year. The event was held May 7.
Dr. Hasker wrote a book
Dr. Hasker wrote a book
Dr. William Hasker, emeritus professor of philosophy, has written a new book titled, “Metaphysics and the Tri-Personal God.” His book contains an analysis of the doctrine surrounding the Trinity from a philosophical and theological standpoint.
Hasker answers ‘three-in-oneness’ in new book
How can there be three Trinitarian persons but only one God? That is the question Dr. William Hasker, emeritus professor of philosophy at Huntington University, addresses in his new book, “Metaphysics and the Tri-Personal God.”
Philosophy Alum Nick Colgrove
Philosophy & Religious Studies '11
With the help of his HU professors, Nick discovered his path to graduate school.