Archive for April 2017

Lady Eagles’ biggest fan surprised on Senior Day

The Lady Eagles’ biggest fan was beaming during Senior Recognition Day at Ken White Softball Field. Kelita Robinson has followed the Lady Eagles softball team for several years, keeping a close eye on Taylor Braselton and Sydney Flowers since their travel ball and high school days. Both Braselton and Flowers have volunteered with the Cartersville-Bartow…

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President of Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to address largest graduating class in Reinhardt’s history

Reinhardt University’s Class of 2017 – the largest graduating class in school history – will confer their degrees Friday, May 5, at 10 a.m., at Ken White Field at University Stadium. Dr. Belle Wheelan, president of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, will give the keynote address to the more than…

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The Road #AfterReinhardt

Fields of medicine, dentistry and disease control are on the horizon for three Reinhardt University School of Mathematics and Science graduating seniors. Madeline Gray, Michael Dubuc and John Bowling have their sights on furthering their education after turning their tassels on Commencement Day this May. Gray, a Biology major, is moving on to Georgia Tech…

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Reinhardt holds service of remembrance and hope

The Reinhardt University family gathered Tuesday to remember those in the University community who have gone from this Earth in the past year. More than 50 attended the service of remembrance and hope held at the new Cascading Ponds Patio at Lake Mullenix. The service was led by the Rev. Timothy J. Emmett, pastor of…

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Reinhardt Biology and Psychology students present at regional conference

Reinhardt University students presented their work to their peers and collegiate faculty members at a regional conference recently, something student Amy Williams says is monumental for students of a teaching university. “For a non-research institution to have five students presenting at a major annual meeting is a huge deal,” Williams said. “It shows that we…

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Reinhardt University named School Partner of the Year for R.M. Moore Elementary School

Reinhardt University was honored as a School Partner of the Year by the Cherokee County School District for the work students, faculty and staff do throughout the school year. “Supportive community partners and caring volunteers are necessary for our school district’s success, and we appreciate all that they do,” Superintendent of Schools and Reinhardt alumnus…

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Welcome and retirement receptions set for April 28

Next Friday will be a time of saying goodbye to those who are moving on and welcome the new additions to the Reinhardt family. A Meet & Mingle with new employees will be held Friday, April 28, from 10:30-11:30 a.m. in Hoke O’Kelley auditorium. Come and welcome Reinhardt’s new employees: Director of Human Resources Teresa…

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Reinhardt business students bound for nationals, fundraising efforts underway

Reinhardt University’s Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda students did it again and will represent the University this summer at the National Leadership Convention in Anaheim, California. In addition, Reinhardt University Trustee Kevin Williams was named the Business Person of the Year, Kristen Holder was awarded the Who’s Who in PBL and Ethan Alexander…

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Reinhardt business students secure place at nationals, turn focus to fundraising for trip to California

Reinhardt University’s Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda students did it again and will represent the University this summer at the National Leadership Convention in Anaheim, California. In addition, Reinhardt University Trustee Kevin Williams was named the Business Person of the Year, Kristen Holder was awarded the Who’s Who in PBL and Ethan Alexander…

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Reinhardt performing arts student sing their way to nationals

Reinhardt University students once again were honored for their talent with many qualifying for the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) competition. Music students competed in Atlanta March 24-25 in the Southeastern Regional NATS (SERNATS) competition. Students were led by music faculty Dr. Reverie Berger, assistant professor of music, Dr. Rebecca Salter, associate professor…

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