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Reinhardt University awarded grant for library exhibit

Erika Neldner Reinhardt University students and faculty will collaborate on a library and online exhibit beginning next fall thanks to the Humanities Research for the Public Good Grant from the Council of Independent Colleges. Dr. Donna ...
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#AfterReinhardt: Stanley Porter remembers segregation, community service

Stanley Porter, 1970 Stanley Porter was welcomed with open arms at Reinhardt College in August of 1969. It was a time of racial turmoil, and while his journey began as intimidating, he didn’t let fear get in the way of his education or professional success. “My parents sort of prepared me for what I might face from a discriminatory standpoint,” said Porter. “Thankfully, that never happened.  Reinhardt was a new experience for me. It was a warm environment, and, in my opinion, a very good school. It was my first ...
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#FacultyFriday: Mellanie Robinson values mentorship for students and self

Dr. Mellanie Robinson With more than 20 years of experience in middle grades and higher education, Dr. Mellanie Robinson knows that good teachers not only mentor students, but also continue to learn from mentors in their own field. “During my first year at Reinhardt University, Dr. Ann Smith provided me with words of encouragement and so many valuable teaching resources,” said Robinson, an assistant professor of education. “Dr. Theresa Ast has also been very instrumental in my career development. She was extremely supportive when I was preparing to go up for tenure ...
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The career fair is in town: Workforce Wednesday brings recruiters to campus

By Jordan Beach Luke Williams '18 representing Chick-fil-A at a 2018 Workforce Wednesday. Most days, Reinhardt University’s Hill Freeman Library is a quiet place for students to work on projects and assignments, but one Wednesday a ...
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Taylor Asher ’17 makes strides toward her dream

By Madelyn Montgomery Taylor Asher '17 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 ...
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Balsam Range bringing bluegrass to Reinhardt’s Falany Performing Arts Center Feb. 22

Balsam Range By Madelyn Montgomery Reinhardt University will get a chance to go back to its roots and enjoy the bluegrass, mountain feel of Balsam Range – the 2018 International Bluegrass Music Association’s Entertainer of the ...
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Price School of Education hosts Creekview High students exploring careers in education

Creekview High school students at Reinhardt University. Creekview High School students had the opportunity to see what life would be like as a Reinhardt University Price School of Education student at a recent on-campus conference exploring ...
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Stephanie Marchant ’89 ’01 joins Office of Professional Studies & Graduate Admissions

Stephanie Marchant, Professional Studies & Graduate Admissions Counselor By Madelyn Montgomery Stephanie Marchant defines the very personality that attracted her to Reinhardt as a student: friendly, supportive and helpful. Marchant ’89, ’01 found Reinhardt years ago, ...
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A look into the making of ‘The Secret Garden’

As stage manager, Nicholas Gwin has been keeping “The Secret Garden” production on schedule, providing practical and organizational support to the cast and crew. His job as lighting designer, however, has taken a deeper journey. Gwin ...
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Summer Musical Theatre Intensive Camp at Reinhardt University

By Madelyn Montgomery Hone theatrical skills and beat the heat this summer with the Musical Theatre Intensive in the new University Theater, hosted by Reinhardt University’s School of the Performing Arts July 15-18. This is a ...
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Broadway star Rebecca Luker coming to Reinhardt University campus

Rebecca Luker in the "Secret Garden" By Madelyn Montgomery In celebration and anticipation of Reinhardt University’s School of Performing Arts spring musical, “The Secret Garden,” Reinhardt will proudly welcome Tony Award nominee Rebecca Luker to campus ...
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Funk Heritage Center to host special gardening program March 12

Learn about how to get spring gardens ready this March 12 with Cobb County Master Gardener Tony Davis at Reinhardt University’s Funk Heritage Center. The special program discussing gardening with native plants will be held March ...
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#FacultyFriday: Dr. Rebecca Salter teaches dedication to music

Dr. Rebecca Salter Dr. Rebecca Salter knows how important individualized instruction is, which is why she prepares for hour-long, one-on-one applied voice sessions for her students. Crafting each voice lesson to fit each student keeps her ...
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Steiner-Hochwartner duo to hit the Flint Hall stage, Feb. 5

By Madelyn Montgomery Peter Steiner and Constanze Hochwartner Trombonist Peter Steiner and pianist/organist Constanze Hochwartner will be taking the stage for free a concert at Falany Performing Arts Center in Flint Hall on Feb. 5. The ...
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A stop along the way

Reynolds Wayside Chapel A place to stop along the way, to reflect and pray – that is the purpose of the Reynolds Wayside Chapel nestled just off the walking path in the center of campus. Gifted ...
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Dr. Roberta Rust to take the stage at Reinhardt University Jan. 12

By Madelyn Montgomery   Dr. Roberta Rust Dr. Roberta Rust will be wowing Reinhardt University students and the community as she takes the stage in Flint Hall at Falany Performing Arts Center for a 50-minute recital, with a masterclass to follow.   Rust ...
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Third White Coat Ceremony welcomes new student nurses

Reinhardt University's Cauble School of Nursing & Health Sciences welcomed nine new student nurses Sunday afternoon in Flint Hall at Falany Performing Arts Center. In attendance to witness the milestone in the students' lives were Dr. ...
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President’s List Fall 2018

Students earning president's list acknowledgements were announced this week. To earn president's list honors, students must have completed 12 hours during the semester, earning a GPA of 4.0, with no incompletes. Sarah Ackerson, Cumming, GA Harrison ...
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Dean’s List Fall 2018

Students earning dean's list acknowledgements were announced this week. To earn dean's list honors, students must have completed 12 hours during the semester, earning a GPA of 3.5-3.99, with no grade less than a B. Emma ...
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‘The Carpenters’ to be remembered through song in Flint Hall

Michelle Berting Brett By Madelyn Montgomery Come join Michelle Berting Brett as she pays tribute to The Carpenters in “We’ve Only Just Begun: Carpenters Remembered” in Flint Hall at Falany Performing Arts Center Jan. 9 and ...
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#FacultyFriday: Peter Bromstad offers accounting students a wealth of knowledge

Peter Bromstad Before arriving at Reinhardt in 2003, Peter Bromstad '94 '96 gained 33 years of accounting proficiency – something that contributes to his ability to teach Reinhardt students studying accounting informed by real-world experience. “Let’s ...
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#FacultyFriday: Robin McNally shows care for student success

By Madelyn Montgomery Robin McNally 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 ...
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#FacultyFriday: Morlier’s belief in liberal arts education pays off – for her and her students

Dr. Peggy Morlier When Dr. Peggy Morlier came to Reinhardt in Fall 2000, her background made her a perfect fit for an open position. “I had worked at large research universities, but I was looking for ...
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Why Reinhardt: non-traditional student, Jordan Hunter ’17

Jordan Hunter '17 Hoping to expand his opportunities, Jordan Hunter ’17 — a welder by trade — headed down a traditional path toward earning his degree. But, it didn’t work for him. “Being a full-time worker ...
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Why Reinhardt: Anya Cutter ’20

Anya Cutter '20 Anya Cutter ’20 came to Reinhardt knowing only one friendly face, but the tiny but mighty musical theatre major found her own place in the spotlight. Anya had been studying under Reinhardt professor ...
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Vocation and Career Services: making connections

Karen Mathews, Director of Vocation & Career Services Vocation and Career Services assists students and alumni in the career decision-making process by providing developmentally appropriate advice, resources, services and programs. Director of Vocation and Career Services ...
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Why Reinhardt: Ian Schumacher ’19

Ian Schumacher '19 Ian Schumacher’s ’19 quirky, fun-loving personality is just about as large as his stature. The 6-foot-2, 285-pound tackle for the Reinhardt Eagles football team has found his place at Reinhardt. And, it’s not ...
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