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07/27/2002
Huntington, Ind.— Huntington College’s Dr. Del Doughty, associate professor of English, will teach Storytelling, a summer Gateway course in the EXCEL Program for Adults. The course will allow participants to master the techniques and uses of storytelling for family, business, teaching and more. 

07/17/2002
Huntington, Ind.— Thornhill Nature Preserve will host Dr. Mike Rowley, assistant professor of speech at Huntington College, and his brother Todd as they present a humorous and educational show on snakes. The event will be Tuesday, August 6, from 7-8:30 p.m., and is free to the public.
07/16/2002
Huntington, Ind.— John W. Paff, managing director of communications at Huntington College, has earned Accreditation in Public Relations by successfully passing a battery of examinations governed by the Universal Accreditation Board and administered by the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). 
07/09/2002
Dinosaurs have sparked a lot of interest in the minds of men since their bones and tracks were discovered in the early nineteenth century. Now, Huntington College’s EXCEL Program for Adult Professionals will allow students to study the natural history of the dinosaurs through a first-time summer Gateway course, Jurassic Park Revisited: The Real Dinosaurs.
07/09/2002
Huntington, Ind.— Dinosaurs have sparked a lot of interest in the minds of men since their bones and tracks were discovered in the early nineteenth century. Now, Huntington College’s EXCEL Program for Adult Professionals will allow students to study the natural history of the dinosaurs through a first-time summer Gateway course, Jurassic Park Revisited: The Real Dinosaurs.
07/08/2002
The Huntington College men’s tennis team achieved a team grade point average (GPA) of 3.453 on a 4.0 scale to earn the 2001-02 Academic Excellence Award. The award is bestowed upon the HC athletic team that has amassed the highest team GPA during the previous school year.
07/08/2002
Huntington, Ind.— The Huntington College men’s tennis team achieved a team grade point average (GPA) of 3.453 on a 4.0 scale to earn the 2001-02 Academic Excellence Award. The award is bestowed upon the HC athletic team that has amassed the highest team GPA during the previous school year.
07/08/2002
Huntington College will offer a new program in special education next fall.
07/08/2002
Huntington, Ind.— Huntington College will offer a new program in special education next fall. The Indiana Professional Standards Board approved a proposed special education program by Huntington College, effective immediately. The special education program will lead students to a license for Exceptional Needs: Mild Intervention in grades K-6.
07/02/2002
Huntington College president G. Blair Dowden has signed an affiliation agreement with Jingmei University, a new institution of higher learning located on the outskirts of Beijing, China.
07/02/2002
Huntington, Ind.— Huntington College president G. Blair Dowden has signed an affiliation agreement with Jingmei University, a new institution of higher learning located on the outskirts of Beijing, China.
07/01/2002
A major remodeling of Brenn Hall got underway in earnest today as heavy equipment tore through the façade of the building. Much more than a facelift, the $2.9 million construction project will include substantial renovations.
07/01/2002
Margaret Roush has accepted appointment as Director of Alumni Relations at Huntington College, effective July 1. In this position, Roush will be responsible for providing leadership and direction for all alumni-relations efforts and for developing resources for the College from the alumni base.
07/01/2002
The 2001-02 Huntington College men’s basketball media guide recently received a top-ten award from the NAIA-SIDA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics-Sports Information Directors of America). The NAIA-SIDA voted the Forester guide as seventh best in the country in the men’s basketball brochure division.
07/01/2002
Huntington, Ind.—The 2001-02 Huntington College men’s basketball media guide recently received a top-ten award from the NAIA-SIDA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics-Sports Information Directors of America). The NAIA-SIDA voted the Forester guide as seventh best in the country in the men’s basketball brochure division.
07/01/2002
Huntington, Ind.— Margaret Roush has accepted appointment as Director of Alumni Relations at Huntington College, effective July 1. In this position, Roush will be responsible for providing leadership and direction for all alumni-relations efforts and for developing resources for the College from the alumni base.

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