Who’s Who recognizes 21 Huntington University seniors
Twenty-one Huntington University students have been included in the 2014 edition of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.
Students, ‘Hoosier Grown’ team to present research at 2014 academic forum
After a lot of hard work this year, 30 Huntington University students, including the "Hoosier Grown" marketing team, will present their research from various disciplines at the 2014 Academic Research Forum from 2:45-5 p.m. April 23.
Anderson named senior associate editor at Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
Dr. Dawn Anderson, professor of exercise science at Huntington University, has been named a senior associate editor at the Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research.
BOD POD creates partnership between HU, GladdMD
The kinesiology department at Huntington University is partnering with the GladdMD Integrative Medicine clinic in Fort Wayne to increase the exposure of the university’s BOD POD.
Exercise science, recreation majors visit day set for Oct. 10
Huntington University will host a visit day for all exercise science, sport management and recreation management majors on Oct. 10.
HU alumni join elite track club, train for '16 Olympics
After graduating with degrees in exercise science, the Nick and Lauren Johnson uprooted their lives and moved to Eugene, Ore., where Lauren turned her running talent into a career. She trained for only a few short months before competing in the 2010 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships, where she enticed Nike to become her sponsor.
HU welcomes 20 new staff, faculty
Twenty new faculty and staff have joined Huntington University for the 2013-14 school year.
HU students to offer classes to area homeschoolers
Huntington University students are again offering a homeschool P.E. program for children K through 5th grade with a special preschool class for children ages 3 and 4 this fall.
Paving the road for women in athletics
In thinking about Dr. Pat Zezula, the first thing that comes to mind was her dedication to providing a good learning experience for the students and one who cared deeply for the well-being of Huntington University. Her leadership was very evident in many areas of campus and within the physical education profession.
Retiree Updike leaves legacy of devotion, service
For 35 years Professor Connie Updike has taught hundreds of her recreational management “children” at HU. Though beloved by students, athletes and colleagues for more than three decades, she believes this is God’s timing for her to move on. She retired at the end of the academic year.