HU to launch Indiana’s first faith-based agriculture program, explores collaboration with Purdue
Huntington University is set to launch Indiana’s first faith-based agriculture program, thanks to a $100,000 gift from an anonymous donor. The recent matching gift initiates the creation of HU’s Institute for Agricultural Studies for fall of 2014, with a goal of offering its first program in agribusiness in fall 2015.
Huntington a ‘Top College’ by Forbes
For the seventh year in a row, Forbes has listed Huntington University among the “Top Colleges” in the country. Out of the 650 schools ranked, HU was a Top 100 school for the Midwest. Huntington has appeared on the Forbes list since it launched in 2008.
HU welcomes grad as new alumni/Forester Fund director
Huntington University graduate Marcy Hawkins has taken the reigns as the director of alumni relations and director of the Forester Fund.
Tour the Holy Land with Huntington University
Take a trip to the Holy Land this fall with Huntington University. Middle East expert Dr. Mark Fairchild will be your host along with President Sherilyn Emberton and Vince Haupert for this unique trip through Israel and Turkey.
Forester trophies create new pride for Huntington University students, alumni
For 43 years, Huntington University’s Forester Night has honored seniors for their commitment to the university. This year, a group of alumni helped to make it an extra special occasion.
Indiana Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann to speak at HU’s 116th Commencement
Indiana’s Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann will be the keynote speaker at Huntington University’s 116th Commencement on May 17.
A Mission of Excellence
Huntington University’s mission has stood as a pillar for excellence for the institution since its inception — four pillars in fact: Scholarship, Breadth, Vocation and Service.
Lifelong scholarship through relationships
Some college graduates view graduation as the end of their formal education. The Timshel group, however, has taken ownership of learning and made scholarship a lifelong pursuit.
A legacy etched in clay
MudLOVE, primarily located in Warsaw, Ind., is a for-profit company that makes inspirational bands and other clay items to sell around the country and the world. What makes this company so special is that they donate 20 percent of all sales to fund clean water projects in Africa.
She was the embodiment of hope. Hope for a college student struggling with her faith. Hope for a family yearning for a child. Hope for a life lived outside of poverty. Lina, fondly known as “Baby Hope,” left a lasting impact on Huntington University.