HU to launch honors program in fall 2014
Huntington University is launching an honors program this fall to cultivate a higher level of learning among students. The program is designed to appeal to strong students who want to challenge themselves to explore and understand the greatest ideas and authors in history.
Baldwin, Rudy recognized as December Peer Award recipients
The Huntington University Peer Award recipients for December are Sara Baldwin, graduate and Professional Programs admissions consultant, and Pam Rudy, administrative assistant to the vice president for business and finance.
HUTC’s ‘Reckless’ selected to perform at regional festival
The Huntington University Theatre Company’s dramatic rendition of “Reckless” has been selected as a participating production at the regional Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF). This is the first time that an HU show has been honored at this level.
Student callers raise $100k for scholarships
Nine out of 10 Huntington University students receive aid from the university’s Forester Fund, and with the help of 25 student callers for the Fall Phonathon, $108,760 was raised for student scholarships. This total exceeds the last two Phonathons combined.
Huntington University receives $1 million Lilly Endowment grant to expand entrepreneurial program
A $1 million grant from the Lilly Endowment Inc. is creating new entrepreneurial opportunities for students at Huntington University (HU) as well as individuals across Northeast Indiana. The grant, which is part of the Endowment’s Initiative to Promote Opportunities Through Educational Collaborations, will enable HU to expand and enhance its existing entrepreneurial program and create new opportunities through Fast Forward, HU’s new entrepreneurial program.
Noble honored with research fellowship
Dr. John Noble has been named the recipient of Huntington University’s research fellowship. He was recognized with this honor because of his research into the literary and theological significance of the figure of Ishmael in the Abrahamic covenant.
HU’s herbarium added to national registry
Huntington University's herbarium is one of the oldest and largest of any Christian college in the Midwest. Today, because of the work of Dr. Collin Hobbs, assistant professor of biology, the university’s herbarium is now listed on a national registry.
President Emberton gives thanks for the season
Dr. Sherilyn Emberton gives a Thanksgiving devotional during her Forester Chat.
Holiday spirit abounds at HU’s December Foundation Breakfast
The Huntington University Foundation is decking the halls with Christmas music for its monthly breakfast series event on Dec. 11. Eleven singers from the HU music department will be performing heartfelt renditions of the holiday classics.
HU’s online program ranked 16th most affordable in state
Huntington University has been ranked 16th in the state for the most affordable online colleges in Indiana. Huntington offers online degree programs through the graduate and professional programs as well as classes through the undergraduate program.