diversity news

Five incoming freshmen selected for Horizon Scholarship
Five incoming freshmen selected for Horizon ScholarshipFive incoming Huntington University freshmen have been awarded the Horizon Leadership Scholarship for the 2014-2015 academic year. The students will join a program that is helping to create a more racially and ethnically diverse campus.
Civil rights activist to speak at HU’s annual MLK Day service
DeLois McKinley-Eldridge, a civil rights activist who participated in the 1963 demonstrations for desegregation, will speak at the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day service at Huntington University. The program will begin at 11:30 a.m. Jan. 20 in the Zurcher Auditorium of the Merillat Centre for the Arts. The public is encouraged to attend.
Foundation Breakfast to discuss diversity initiatives at HU
Foundation Breakfast to discuss diversity initiatives at HUSince its inception, the Horizon Leadership Program has helped to greatly increase diversity on Huntington University’s campus. On Oct. 9, current and past directors Jesse Brown and Arthur Wilson will discuss the success of the program at the monthly Foundation Breakfast.
Horizon Student Madison Rhodes
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Madison Rhodes

Accounting '15

Madison found her niche at HU with the Horizon program.

Five students awarded Horizon scholarship
Five students awarded Horizon scholarshipFive incoming freshmen have been awarded the Horizon Leadership Scholarship for the 2013-2014 academic year. The students will join a program that is helping to create a more racially and ethnically diverse campus.
Reynolds to present annual MLK Day address
Reynolds to present annual MLK Day addressKeith Reynolds, senior pastor of Fairhaven Mennonite Church in Fort Wayne, will present the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day address on Jan. 21.
A new Horizon for HU
Four years ago, Huntington University had its own dream: To cultivate a campus environment reflective of the kingdom of heaven where every nation and tribe, every tongue and people are fully embraced and represented. On May 12, the university saw the fruits of its labor as the first of the Horizon students graduated.
History professor, pre-law students attend diversity mock trial

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History professor, pre-law students attend diversity mock trial

04/11/2012

Dr. Jeff Webb, professor of history, led a group of pre-law students to a diversity mock trial competition at Hampton University in Virginia during the weekend of March 24-25. The students are part of the pre-law club, Eunomia. Those attending were sophomore Rosa Cruz, freshman Alisha Sutton and junior Melissa Lawrence. As part of the trip, they took a tour of Historic Jamestown, which is part of the U.S. National Park System.

Horizon shows success with first graduates
Horizon shows success with first graduatesFour years ago, Huntington University created a program to promote a more racially and ethnically diverse campus. This spring, the university will graduate its first students from that program.
YFC president to speak at commencement
YFC president to speak at commencementHuntington University will host its 114th commencement exercises at 3 p.m. May 12 in the fieldhouse. The university will award master’s, bachelor’s and associate degrees to 264 graduates. The university will also award three honorary doctorate degrees.
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