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Meet Ty Trader

By Kathy Lyles | August 5, 2022

  As Reinhardt University’s Prevention and Health Promotion Director in the Office of Prevention and Awareness, Ty Trader plays an important role on campus. Her position and department are new,…

Behind the Potter’s Wheel with Catherine Shope

By Kathy Lyles | August 5, 2022

“Growing up, I was always creative and loved art,” says Catherine Shope ’22. While at Reinhardt, Shope majored in studio art and pottery. “With pottery, your hands have direct contact…

Georgia Rotary Student Program Offers Opportunities for International Students

By Kathy Lyles | May 6, 2022

Freshman Vuyelwa Vanessa Jele came from far-away Harare, Zimbabwe to the United States in the pursuit of her education. She plans to become an anesthesiologist, and thanks to a scholarship from…

Rosalynn Burns – Musician, Future Veterinarian, Sharp Scholar

By Kathy Lyles | April 29, 2022

Growing up in nearby Canton with a Reinhardt alumnus as her father, Freshman Rosalynn Burns says she has known about Reinhardt all her life. “Reinhardt is kind of a ‘hometown…

Dr. Katrina Smith on Teaching and Learning in a Virtual World

By Kathy Lyles | April 28, 2022

Dr. Katrina Smith, associate professor of psychology, is no stranger to online teaching. She has worked with Reinhardt’s Professional Studies program since 2012 to design some of the first online…

Funk Heritage Center Expands Programming With Grant 

By Kathy Lyles | April 1, 2022

The Funk Heritage Center represents one of only 20 recipients nationwide to receive the Sustaining Humanities Infrastructure Program (SHIP) award. The SHIP award is a grant from the Social Science…

Scholars & Salamanders

By Kathy Lyles | March 31, 2022

  Junior biology majors Princess Flanders and Salvador Castillo have been getting up close and personal with salamanders, studying the microbes, or bacteria, found on their skin. Just like humans,…

Connecting Students & Donors at Annual Scholarship Celebration

By Kathy Lyles | March 25, 2022

  “Thank you to our donors! Your support means the world to us and to this institution,” said Mark A. Roberts, Ph.D., president of Reinhardt University. This sentiment echoed across…

Meet Emma Thomas

By Kathy Lyles | March 25, 2022

With a degree in history and sociology from Georgia Tech, and celebrating one year at Reinhardt, Emma Thomas say she often felt she wanted to work in education, but never…

Alumnus Scott Kasmar honored by the Rome City Police Department

By Kathy Lyles | March 18, 2022

Pfc. Scott Kasmar ’15, ’19 was named Rome City Police Department’s 2021 Officer of the Year! Kasmar joined the Rome City Police Department in 2016 not long after graduating from…

Sharp Scholar Sam Kopeski – Leader of the Band

By Kathy Lyles | March 18, 2022

First-year music education major Sam Kopeski has a dream. “I want to be a high school band director! This is a career I am very enthusiastic about and one that…

Meet Amy McGee

By Kathy Lyles | March 18, 2022

First as a library assistant and now a librarian, Amy McGee has enjoyed 15 years at Reinhardt. She works behind the scenes in the Hill Freeman Library and Spruill Learning…