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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…

Dave Henritze Golf Classic Raises Over $145,000 for Reinhardt Students

By Kathy Lyles | May 13, 2022

One hundred and four golfers enjoyed a beautiful day playing in the 34th Annual Dave Henritze Scholarship Golf Classic on May 3. The annual golf tournament, held at Capital City…

Finding Reinvention in an Unexpected Place

By Kathy Lyles | May 13, 2022

After 16 years of active duty in the Navy, followed by a successful corporate career, Scott Wade decided it was time for change. “My move from California to Georgia offered…

Reinhardt University Expands Course Offerings through RIZE

By Kathy Lyles | May 6, 2022

Through a partnership with the Lower Cost Models Consortium (LCMC) and RIZE Education, Reinhardt is eager to launch six new concentrations in Fall 2022 for students within the McCamish School…

Meet Heather Tilden

By Kathy Lyles | May 6, 2022

As Communications Specialist for Reinhardt’s Office of Admissions, Heather Tilden oversees all email and print communications to students – informing them about Reinhardt events and ensuring completion of their admission…

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…