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Rankings name HU top in Indiana for economic value
Rankings name HU top in Indiana for economic valueHuntington University has been ranked as the top school in Indiana for its economic value by Educate to Career’s recent college rankings.
Smitley named Huntington University’s vice president for business and finance and treasurer
Smitley named Huntington University’s vice president for business and finance and treasurerAfter a national search process, Huntington University has named Greg Smitley as the institution’s vice president for business and finance/treasurer. Smitley currently serves as the president/CEO of the Better Business Bureau of Northern Indiana.
Tribolet, Duffer recognized as December Peer Award recipients
The Huntington University Peer Award recipients for December are Polly Tribolet, accounts payable/student payroll processor, and Jay Duffer, assistant professor of theatre arts.
Projects to be named in honor of donors, coach
Projects to be named in honor of donors, coachHuntington University will dedicate two significant renovation projects during Homecoming & Family Weekend on Oct. 5-6 in honor of those who have been so committed to the university.
Huntington welcomes 20 new faculty, staff
Huntington welcomes 20 new faculty, staff’ collegeTwenty new faculty and staff joined Huntington University this year.
Hendryx named interim VP for business
Hendryx named interim VP for business at HUHuntington University has named Julie Hendryx as the interim vice president for business and finance.
Tom Ayers to leave Huntington University
Thomas W. Ayers, Huntington University’s chief financial officer, will leave his post in July to become vice president for administration and business at Kettering University in Flint, Michigan.
Seniors give HU spiritual parting gift
Seniors give HU spiritual parting giftSenior class president Sarah Martindale announced at Commencement that the class will be providing Huntington University with the means to build a prayer patio outside of the Merillat Centre for the Arts.
A bright financial future
A bright financial futureBrandon and Brenda Borders are the first HU grads to receive Loan Repayment Assistance.
College affordability focus of Washington DC panel
Architech of the CapitolPresident Blair Dowden will discuss HU's loan repayment program, low tuition increases, during NAICU annual meeting in Washington, D.C.
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