School of Mathematics & Sciences

#FacultyFriday: Dr. Elizabeth Smith shares passion of math and agriculture

When strangers learn that Dr. Elizabeth Smith lives on a farm with dairy goats, free range chickens, a horse, a pig, three cats, three dogs, a donkey and 200,000 bees, their reactions are usually positive—especially when the goats make an appearance on campus.  Smith is passionate about raising animals with her husband, Eddie, and her…

Read More

#FacultyFriday: Dr. David Moore, Assistant Professor of Physics

Dr. David Moore brought his passion for Physics and Astronomy to Reinhardt University in 2004 and has been inspiring students to look up at the stars ever since. Moore was in the United States Marine Corps from 1959-1962 and was honorably discharged with the rank of Corporal (E-4). He married his high school sweetheart upon…

Read More

#RUFacultyFriday: Dr. Cheryl Brown

Dr. Cheryl Brown, professor of sociology, began her journey at Reinhardt University in fall 2012, and has been inspiring and mentoring both students and colleagues alike through her passion for travel and sociology ever since. “I love the moment in class when students ‘get it.’ They are able to see their world on multiple levels…

Read More

Taylor Asher ’17 makes strides toward her dream

By Madelyn Montgomery Taylor Asher came to Reinhardt University with a determination and will to succeed as she was already making her first steps toward her dream of being a physical therapist. Grades were always important to Asher – she knew they would have to be great to get into a good physical therapy program.…

Read More

#FacultyFriday: Robin McNally shows care for student success

By Madelyn Montgomery For 25 years, Robin McNally has been inspiring students both inside and outside of the classroom. Her nearly 40 years of teaching at the college, high school and middle school levels have shown her how important it is for students to understand the concepts of math so they can apply it in…

Read More

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…

Read More