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Conrad Named 2019 Barlow Book Prize Winner
The Department of History and Political Science at Huntington University is pleased to announce that Jamie Conrad is the winner of the 2019 Jack P. Barlow, Sr., History Book Prize.
Conrad, of Whitestown, Indiana, is pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in entrepreneurial small business management and a Bachelor of Arts degree with a dual major in international & development studies and history. She intends to graduate in May of 2020.
“Jamie has produced an exemplary analysis of British decolonization in Malaya,” said Dr. Tim Smith, professor of history at Huntington University. “In doing so, she has had to analyze the…
HU Arizona Receives Mayor’s Award
At the Peoria Chamber of Commerce 100th Anniversary and Awards Banquet on June 14, Peoria Mayor Cathy Carlat announced that this year’s…
HU Announces 2019-20 Front Line Foresters
Huntington University is pleased to announce the names of the ten students who will serve as Front Line Foresters in 2019-2020. The upcoming…
HU Announces Staff Member of the Year
During the annual Celebration of Service luncheon on May 28, Huntington University President Sherilyn Emberton announced the 2018-19 Staff…
Social Sciences HU Students Present Original Research
Psychology, social work, sociology and criminal justice students from Huntington University recently attended the annual Butler Undergraduate…