Archive for June 2016

Etowah Valley MFA readings are free and open to the public

Reinhardt University’s Etowah Valley MFA in Creative Writing summer residency kicks off next month and includes evening readings that are free and open to the public. The 10-day summer residency is part of Reinhardt’s newly SACS-COC approved Etowah Valley MFA in Creative Writing, a seven-semester program focused on various writing styles from fiction and creative-nonfiction…

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Dr. Jonathan Good Chosen to Participate in Seminar on Ancient Greece

Reinhardt University is pleased to announce that Dr. Jonathan Good, Associate Professor of History, is one of a select group of faculty members nationwide chosen by the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) and the Center for Hellenic Studies to participate in an Ancient Greece in the Modern Classroom seminar, “The Histories of Herodotus.” CIC and…

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Ten graduate from Police Academy at Reinhardt University

Ten students now are certified police officers after graduating from Reinhardt University’s Police Academy late last month. Director Trey Drawdy said the graduation for Class 16-001 was held May 27 at the Falany Performing Arts Center, and there already are 45 applications for Class 16-002 to begin this fall.. Graduates of the first Police Academy Class…

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Reinhardt University’s tobacco-free policy is in effect

The campus of Reinhardt University in Waleska is now tobacco free, as a policy prohibiting all tobacco products went into effect June 1. The policy was introduced by the University’s leadership team who wanted to create a safer, healthier campus. While the tobacco-free policy became effective on June 1, the University started its approach to a tobacco-free…

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More than $150,000 raised on the links for student scholarships

Reinhardt University’s commitment to its students stands strong in fundraising efforts to help relieve some of the financial impact on families. Through fundraising campaigns and events, including two golf tournaments held in May, the University is able to dedicate approximately $8 million per year to institutional aid. Nearly 100 people played in each of the…

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