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  Reinhardt, Cherokee Sheriff’s Office expand partnership for educating law enforcement personnel
07/13/2018 The upcoming academic year will expand on a longstanding partnership between Reinhardt University and the Cherokee Sheriff’s Office, providing a clear-cut educational pathway for public safety professionals.     Read More >>

  First MFA class to graduate this weekend
07/12/2018 A program that began as an opportunity to bring writers together from different worlds will be celebrated Saturday as the inaugural Master of Fine Arts in creative writing graduating class will be awarded their degrees.     Read More >>

  Jeff Bishop named director of Reinhardt’s Funk Heritage Center
07/12/2018 Reinhardt University’s Funk Heritage Center has a new director, one with extensive experience in running a museum and storytelling.     Read More >>

  Morse to lead McCamish School of Business
07/06/2018 More than 20 years after his introduction to Hank McCamish at a Georgia Public Policy Foundation meeting, not long after McCamish helped fund Reinhardt’s School of Business, Dr. Steve Morse has become dean of the very same school.     Read More >>

  RESPY Awards celebrate best of Reinhardt athletes
07/06/2018 Following the successful inaugural Reinhardt Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly (RESPY) Awards Ceremony last year, Reinhardt University athletics is set to honor its best of the best again.     Read More >>

  Laura Sellers ’18 to teach at Cass Middle School
07/06/2018 After spending four years learning, practicing and perfecting her talent, Laura Sellers ’18 will start her job as a middle school chorus teacher come fall.     Read More >>

  Reinhardt’s Phi Beta Lambda competes at national level
07/06/2018 While most students may not be in class during the summer, many take advantage of the free time, striving to strengthen their skills and continue to focus on improving qualities that will provide them with success in future careers.     Read More >>

  Art and theatre students receive hands-on education in Greece
06/29/2018 After studying with Brett Mullinix, art students took their learned skills and applied them to a day-long water color seminar and lecture with art historian and water colorist Christopher Wright on the beach in Crete, Greece.     Read More >>

  Reinhardt represented well on national stage
06/29/2018 Reinhardt University was well represented by five students and an incoming freshman at the 55th annual conference of the National Association of Teachers Singing (NATS) national competition at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas held earlier this month.     Read More >>

  Justin Mitchell ’02 rejoins Reinhardt Family
06/29/2018 Justin Mitchell ‘02 has rejoined the staff of Reinhardt University as director of institutional research & effectiveness. Mitchell previously worked at Reinhardt for six years before moving on to Berry College and Shorter University in a variety of capacities, including his most recent position as Shorter’s registrar.     Read More >>

  Smithsonian purchases Reinhardt alumnus’ work
06/29/2018 After building a strong foundation at Reinhardt University, Jose Resendiz ‘14 continued down a path of success that has led to his work being highlighted by the Smithsonian Museum.     Read More >>

  A dream come true
06/22/2018 Thousands of miles away from home, recent graduate Lexie Stinson learned where her next steps would take her as she stood in the streets of Rome, Italy.     Read More >>

  Biologist seeks information in effort to study emblematic snake
06/22/2018 Sitting in his white antebellum house in Cherokee County, Tommy McFarland talks about the first Bull Snake he ever saw: "I was by myself. We lived down there on Mack Chastain's place (in Nelson). I was 11 year old (sic) then. I walked out in the woods to get some firewood with an ax. I was walking around looking and something went ‘whoosh.’ I looked down, and there was a Pine Snake about that big around coiled up in the leaves. I walked right up on it. It blowed (sic) at me, and I throwed (sic) down the ax and run."     Read More >>

  Dylan Powers ’18 continues Rawlings internship while taking graduate assistant position with RU baseball
06/22/2018 After transferring to Reinhardt after his sophomore year, Dylan Powers ’18 considers the two years he played on Reinhardt’s baseball team as some of the best years of his life.     Read More >>

  Retired educators continue their support for the future of their profession
06/22/2018 Cherokee County School District students with plans to become teachers and attend Reinhardt University will be recipients of a scholarship thanks to those who have devoted their lives to education.     Read More >>

  Students study abroad in Ireland, gain new perspectives through foreign experiences
06/22/2018 Reading about Ireland is one thing but traveling down country lanes and city streets of Dublin and Belfast, braving the Irish seas, viewing the tombs of Newgrange older than the Pyramids, watching a Gaelic football game, and climbing the Rock of Cashel where St. Patrick once stood is an entirely different experience altogether.     Read More >>

  Carroll Daniel hosts appreciation luncheon
06/15/2018 Carroll Daniel Construction set aside the lunch hour on Tuesday to recognize and appreciate its employees working on Reinhardt University’s $24 million construction projects. In a nod to the entire University community, Carroll Daniel’s project superintendent, Mike Felton, invited the Reinhardt community to join in the celebration.     Read More >>

  Faculty and staff take on additional responsibilities in new leadership roles
06/15/2018 Summer brings several changes to Reinhardt: some are physical changes students will notice immediately stepping onto campus, and others will impact the University over time as leaders in new roles present fresh ideas to enhance the students’ experiences.     Read More >>

  Visit the Funk Heritage Center for Wonderful Wednesdays
06/15/2018 Reinhardt University’s Funk Heritage Center will offer a retreat from the heat through Wonderful Wednesdays for Grandparents as they welcome grandparents and grandchildren for a special treat.     Read More >>

  Law Enforcement Training comes to Reinhardt University
06/08/2018 Officers from the Atlanta Public Schools Police Department and other agencies came to Reinhardt University’s campus June 1 for a presentation on use of force, de-escalation and the importance of developing positive community relations.     Read More >>

  Jessica Akers receives recognition from Cherokee Chamber of Commerce
06/08/2018 Jessica Akers ’05 ’11 was honored as one of Cherokee Chamber of Commerce’s “10 in 10 Young Professionals to Watch” at the June Good Morning Cherokee breakfast on June 7.     Read More >>

  Reinhardt University honored again as a College of Distinction
06/08/18 Reinhardt University has been recognized for its committed implementation of High-Impact Educational Practices, earning its title as one of the nation’s Colleges of Distinction.     Read More >>

  Reinhardt Chambers Singers experience a whole new ‘chapter’ in Italy
06/01/2018 “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.” – Augustine of Hippo (St. Augustine). I was reminded of this quote over the past week as I was privileged, along with President Kina Mallard and her husband, Steve Dietz, to travel with a band of Reinhardt University friends to Italy. We were traveling alongside the Reinhardt University Chamber Singers starting in Rome and concluding in Venice.     Read More >>

  Reinhardt University rankings continue to climb, up to No. 16 in the South
05/18/2018 Reinhardt University is ranked as the 16th Best Regional Colleges-South, according to College Consensus.     Read More >>

  30th Annual Dave Henritze Scholarship Golf Classic raises more than $135,000 for students
05/11/2018 The 30th Annual Dave Henritze Scholarship Golf Classic was a smashing success and included a surprise announcement that the technology/teaching laboratory located inside the newly renovated Hill Freeman Library and Spruill Learning Center is being named for David “Dave” Durham Henritze Sr. Henritze, before his death in 2000, was a trustee of Reinhardt University and was the founding chairman of the Classic committee.     Read More >>

  The Road #AfterReinhardt: DeVante Wynn stays close by after graduation
05/11/2018 DeVante Wynn ‘16 came to Reinhardt University six years ago to be a part of the launch of Reinhardt’s football program, but he never imagined what the next six years would bring.     Read More >>

  Alpha Kappa Delta presents at Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting
05/04/2018 Reinhardt University students took their knowledge to New Orleans last month to present at the Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting.     Read More >>

  Nigeria travel group presents at President's College
04/27/2018 What started with a dream years ago has turned into a reality no one expected. From Tunji Adesesan’s arrival at Reinhardt University to a Reinhardt student wanting to do something for her home country of Kenya, a global philanthropic effort was born.     Read More >>

  Reinhardt University to host 4th Annual ‘Born to Run 5K’
04/20/2018 Ready. Set. Run. Rain or shine, Reinhardt University will hold its 4th annual ‘Born to Run 5K’ on Saturday, Sept. 15 in downtown Canton.     Read More >>

  'Evening of Honors' spotlights student achievement
04/05/2018 Family and friends joined Reinhardt University students, faculty and staff Monday night in Flint Hall at the Falany Performing Arts Center for the annual An Evening of Honors ceremony. The event honors Reinhardt’s best and brightest students and the faculty who instill much time and effort into students’ daily lives.     Read More >>

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