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Students, ‘Hoosier Grown’ team to present research at 2014 academic forum
Students, ‘Hoosier Grown’ team to present research at 2014 academic forumAfter 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.
HU Alpha Chi chapter awarded at national convention
Huntington University’s Indiana Beta Chapter of Alpha Chi, a prestigious academic honors society, was recognized at the Alpha Chi National Convention in St. Louis, Mo., on March 27-29.
Martin to present April Forester Lecture on Katherine Mansfield
Martin to present April Forester Lecture on Katherine MansfieldDr. Todd Martin will present on “Women and Katherine Mansfield’s Divided Self” for the Huntington University Forester Lecture Series at 7 p.m. April 15 in the Zurcher Auditorium of the Merillat Centre for the Arts. Martin is a professor of English at Huntington University.
Heller featured for the development of Shakespeare at Pendleton

Heller featured for the development of Shakespeare at Pendleton

Heller featured for the development of Shakespeare at Pendleton

01/15/14

Dr. Jack Heller, assistant professor of English, was featured on the “Red Carpet” of Red Letters Christians for his development of the new program, Shakespeare at Pendleton.

Urschel attends ICEA conference

Urschel attends ICEA conference

Urschel attends ICEA conference

01/15/2014

Dr. Linda Urschel, professor of English, also attended the ICEA conference and presented “Method and Madness: Using Mental Illness as a Theme in the American Literature Class.” She is treasurer for the ICEA and serves on the board of the national association.

O'Hearn presents at the Indiana College English Association conference

O'Hearn presents at the Indiana College English Association conference

O'Hearn presents at the Indiana College English Association conference

01/15/2014

Dr. Tamara O’Hearn, visiting instructor of English, presented a paper at the Indiana College English Association conference in Evansville, Ind., titled “Returning to The Circus in Winter by Cathy Day: Revisiting the Past, Communicating in the Present to Teach a Regional Story.” The paper was based on a course unit she developed for her Perspectives in Literature course that included a field trip to Peru, Ind., speakers from the circus industry, Skyping with the author, Cathy Day, and a private viewing of the Circus in Winter adapted play (courtesy of the Virginia Ball Center, Ball State University) which is currently in negotiations to be shown on Broadway. Day was the keynote speaker for the conference and attended the presentation, publicizing the presentation and HU on her international Twitter feed and blog.

English majors visit day set for Feb. 6
Huntington University will host a visit day for all perspective English majors on Feb. 6.
Redefining Lives
Redefining LivesThis fall, Dr. Jack Heller, assistant professor of English at Huntington University, began Shakespeare at Pendleton, a program at the correctional facility in Madison County, Indiana, to guide the inmates through the study and performance of Shakespeare.
HU liberal arts students prove the employability factor of their majors
HU liberal arts students prove the employability factor of their majorsHuntington University graduates are challenging the employability perception of the liberal arts — one job at a time.
HU’s teacher education program earns national reaccreditation
Huntington University’s commitment to excellence has been recognized once again with the national reaccreditation of its teacher education program for graduate and undergraduate students.
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