Huntington University is a Christian liberal arts college in Indiana

foundation's breakfast series

Give Now 2The Huntington University Foundation hosts a monthly breakfast meeting, open to all who are interested in learning about current issues and the people and programs of Huntington University. Breakfast meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month, October through May, at the Habecker Dining Commons.(one exception is the November 6 date, which is the first Weds.) The breakfasts begin at 7:45 a.m. and conclude by 9 a.m. The cost of our breakfast is $7.00. First time attendees eat free! Free breakfasts are provided courtesy of Chris and Janelle Love of Bailey-Love Mortuary.

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2013-2014 dates

October 9

 

Cultural Diversity in Our Community

HU Campus Pastor Arthur Wilson has been instrumental in implementing the Horizon Leadership Program to create a more racially and ethnically diverse campus. Now HU’s own Jesse Brown leads the program. Come listen to these men as they share their passion for developing leaders from all walks of life in order to unleash them for ministry in an increasingly diverse community.

 

 

November 6

 

Serving Our Country

This is the time to honor our area service men and women both past and present. State military leaders will also give an update on the pre-mobilized training, deployment and re-deployment of the Indiana Army and Air National Guard in support of the Global War on Terrorism. 


 

December 11

 

 Christmas in Our Town

Huntington University singers and musicians showcase their talents to bring us a Christmas celebration to remember.

 

January 8 -- Rescheduled for February 3

 

Economic Review and Forecast

Come early to get your seat for Jim O’Donnell’s insightful annual review of the economy and what might be in store for 2014. Jim O’Donnell serves as Executive-in Residence, Emeritus Standing at Huntington University.

 

February 12

 

 Innovative Ideas and Methods in Agriculture    

Along with local agriculture experts, Purdue University Extension educator Ed Farris will give an update on new technologies and innovative ideas for modern farming operations. Learn about the challenges farmers face as they apply some of these methods to feed a growing population. 

 

March 12

 

Northeast Indiana Innovation Center and the Student Venture Companies

Through its Student Venture Lab Program, NIIC is enabling local college students to realize their dreams of business ownership. President/CEO Karl LaPan will share insights into the role that NIIC plays in equipping the next generation of student entrepreneurial leaders.  HU Digital Media Arts student Mathew Burris will share his experience with NIIC and how it has helped him launch a career as a business owner and start up film producer.

April 9

 

Huntington County Economic Development

Local city and county officials will give us an update on the state of our economy in Huntington County. Local business leaders will showcase products and services that have created jobs for our local economy.

 

 

May 14

 

Legislative Update

Local state representatives will discuss the recent General Assembly in Indianapolis and touch on the highlights of the 2014 legislative session.