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Reinhardt African Descendants Student Association supports Afrika Reads

By Elisa Long | February 3, 2016

Under the coordination of Nigerian native Adetunji “Tunji” A. Adesesan, Academic Support Office director, the African Descendants Student Association (ADSA) has done it again! Last year they collected and donated…

Reinhardt University Price School of Education Partners with Cherokee County School District for Co-Teaching/edTPA training for yearlong cooperating teachers

By Elisa Long | January 25, 2016

In collaboration with the Cherokee County School District (CCSD), Reinhardt University provided a training session for principals and cooperating teachers who are hosting yearlong student teachers on Wednesday, January 13,…

Meet Jamie Thomas

By Kathy Lyles | September 30, 2022

  Jamie Thomas ’11 demonstrates the versatility of an art degree. As a library assistant in Reinhardt University’s Hill Freeman Library and Spruill Learning Center, Thomas works on a variety…

Amicalola EMC Supports Reinhardt Food Pantry

By Kathy Lyles | September 30, 2022

  Amicalola Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) donated $5,000 to the Reinhardt University Food Pantry this week, their second contribution since 2020. A check was presented to Reinhardt at the main…

SGA Members Retreat to Lead

By Kathy Lyles | September 30, 2022

Reinhardt University’s Student Government Association (SGA) kicked off the academic year with the SGA Retreat earlier this month. Following the election of the student senate, the senators and executive board…

Career Coaching at Reinhardt

By Kathy Lyles | September 23, 2022

The Office of Vocation and Career Services is launching its Career Coaching program for the 2022-23 academic year. Career Coaching is a service offered by Reinhardt to support students in…

Emerging Leaders

By Kathy Lyles | September 22, 2022

Reinhardt University celebrates Women in Leadership with a panel discussion for Lettie Pate Whitehead Scholars next week, their first event for the 2022-23 academic year. Ten women – Reinhardt leaders…

Dr. Andrew Jones to preserve Cherokee Voices

By Kathy Lyles | September 22, 2022

According to Andrew Jones, Ph.D., much of what is known about the Trail of Tears does not come from the Cherokee people, but instead comes “from the members of the…

“Sweet Charity” Takes Center Stage

By Kathy Lyles | September 16, 2022

The Reinhardt Theatre department opens the musical “Sweet Charity” on Sept. 23 in the University Theater. “Sweet Charity” is set in the 1960s and tells the story of Charity Hope…

Jennifer Primm, Educator

By Kathy Lyles | September 16, 2022

“I will be teaching in my own classroom next school year!” exclaims Jennifer Primm. Primm, a paraprofessional at Arnold Mill Elementary School in Woodstock, is pursuing her Master of Art…

Nursing Students Tour Medical Helicopter

By Kathy Lyles | September 16, 2022

  In a unique opportunity last week, several Reinhardt nursing students visited with the Life Flight/Air Methods pilot at Piedmont Cartersville Medical Center. “The students spoke with the pilot while…

Visiting Diplomat Program begins with Belgium

By Kathy Lyles | September 9, 2022

“The Visiting Diplomat Program is a unique opportunity for Reinhardt students, faculty and staff, and one that is not available in a textbook or classroom,” says Raj Sashti, executive director…