Archive for March 2016

Play 18 holes while helping to send a student to Reinhardt University

Reinhardt University is accepting registrations for its two annual golf tournaments to be held in May. “The annual golf tournaments are a fantastic way to enjoy beautiful spring weather while engaging in meaningful fellowship and helping Reinhardt students to offset the costs of their education,” said Dale Morrissey, director of Development and External Relations. “Providing…

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Reinhardt music students compete at Stetson University

Reinhardt University students fared well March 18-19 at Stetson University in DeLand, Florida, at the Southeastern Regional National Association of Teachers of Singing Student Auditions. Reinhardt vocalists competed with more than 350 students from Georgia, Florida and Alabama. “We are proud of all of our students who participated and represented Reinhardt in the SERNATS 2016…

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Price School of Education students meet the challenge of new assessment

According to reports released March 10, the first round of Spring 2016 edTPA scores for students from the Reinhardt University Price School of Education show a 100 percent pass rate. “In the fall, we analyzed students’ scores and charted them to identify our programs strengths and challenges. Using this data, we (faculty) adjusted our instruction to provide greater…

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Reinhardt offers newly approved graduate program

 Reinhardt University is proud to announce its SACS-COC approved Master of Fine Arts in creative writing. The Etowah Valley MFA program is seven semesters with five individual studies, four online courses, three writing residences and one book. It kicks off this summer with a 10-day summer residency. The university was notified March 10 that the…

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RU’s Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges have been selected

Reinhardt University has announced its students who made the 2016 class of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges. Each year, Reinhardt University, as well as more than 1,400 other colleges and universities in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, honor those undergraduate and graduate students who have made significant contributions…

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University aims to preserve Lucktenberg’s legacy with Toscanini Steinway piano, John Lyon harpsichord

Reinhardt University has launched a fundraising effort to purchase Dr. George Lucktenberg’s Steinway piano and the John Lyon harpsichord, which have been housed at Reinhardt University’s Falany Performing Arts Center. Lucktenberg, who died in 2014, was an integral part of the university, and Reinhardt wants to do everything possible to keep his memory alive and…

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