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HU Chief of Police Sworn In
Huntington University’s Chief of Police, Justin Faw, was sworn in on August 14 by U.S. Circuit Judge Thomas M. Hakes.
“Congratulations to Justin on being officially sworn in as our campus police chief,” said Dr. Ron Coffey, vice president for student life. “Without a doubt, Justin’s background and training equip him well to educate our campus on the latest safety protocols. His professionalism and commitment to doing police work well were evident the first day he walked on campus. We are blessed to have someone of Justin’s caliber as a part of the Huntington University community.”
Faw returns to HU after spending over 20 years…Read More
HU’s Doctorate of Occupational Therapy Program to offer spring cohort
Huntington University’s Doctorate of Occupational Therapy (OTD) program is now offering an additional spring cohort start for the three-year,…
Siegel awarded spring 2017 Barlow history prize
The Huntington University History & Political Science Department has presented the spring 2017 Jack P. Barlow, Sr., History Book Prize to…
HU drops 5-set thriller to #RV Missouri Valley, bounces back to sweep Brescia
Huntington, Ind. - The opening match on day two of the Forester Invitational did not disappoint as the HU volleyball team went toe to toe…
Atkins named Indiana’s Youth Bowler of the Year
HUNTINGTON, Ind. - Huntington University junior Abby Atkins earned one of state’s most prestigious bowling awards by being named the Indiana…