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Mark your calendars for the 2nd Annual Shamrock Stroll .5K

One way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year is by participating in a short stroll for a great cause. The 2nd Annual Shamrock Stroll .5K is set for Saturday, March 16 in downtown Jasper. The ...
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PAC members energized by University update, new initiative

The Reinhardt University President’s Advisory Council was energized during their quarterly meeting Thursday after hearing an update on the happenings at the University and a message from the new director of the Center for Innovative Teaching and Engaged Learning. Dr. Mason Conklin, assistant professor of music and director of the Center, told PAC members of the Center’s mission of educating faculty so they are even better equipped to serve students. Part of this mission is achieved by developing relationships across the community and forming partnerships that give students opportunities for ...
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Samantha Sabin Watts ’14 interns for GICA and continues research

By Madelyn Montgomery Samantha Sabin Watts Samantha Sabin Watts ’14 has been busy since earning her Reinhardt University degree – from researching alongside a sexual assault prevention expert and serving as a social service specialist with the Division of Family and Children’s Services (DFCS) to now working as an intern with the Georgia Independent Colleges Association (GICA). Watts said Reinhardt was extremely influential in her professional career as she created relationships with professors such as Dr. Katrina Smith, psychology program coordinator and assistant professor of Psychology. “I truly believe that ...
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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 ...
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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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Financial Aid: a personalized experience

Angie Harlow, director of student financial aid The benefits of a small campus come in many forms, including the individualized service students received in all areas, not the least of which is financial aid. Finances in ...
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First Year Experience helps immerse new students into Reinhardt culture

Reinhardt’s Women’s volleyball helps move freshmen into Eagles View residence hall. Dr. Walter May, dean of students, believes students feel engaged on campus when they make meaningful connections with faculty or staff members, an experience initially ...
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Why Reinhardt: non-traditional student, Hannah Hise ’14

Hannah Hise '14 With a full-time job, ease and convenience was on Hannah Hise’s ’14 mind when she wanted to earn a degree to accelerate her career. Reinhardt wasn’t new to her. In fact, she earned ...
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Reinhardt student Amberle Godfrey to lead Pickens County Chamber of Commerce

Amberle Godfrey, a “non-traditional, traditional” student at Reinhardt University, has been named President/CEO of the Pickens County Chamber of Commerce. Amberle Godfrey “From a highly skilled and experienced pool of applicants, the committee realized that without ...
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#FacultyFriday: David Nisbet is vested in each student’s progress

Dave Nisbet, Theatre Director and Program Coordinator David Nisbet’s passion for teaching and care for his students is reflected in nearly any conversation with him. The father of two has had hundreds of kids over the ...
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#AfterReinhardt: Reinhardt helped Jamie Palmer ’16 build a strong foundation

While an undergraduate student at Reinhardt, Jamie Palmer '16 was selected as a delegate at the 2016 American Israel Public Affairs conference. He is pictured with U.S. Congressman Barry Loudermilk during that visit. On a typical ...
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