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Blood, Sweat and SEALS: The Lady Eagles Soccer Team Gets Specialized Field Training

    "Persevere to personally help your teammate." ~Stonewall Solutions The Lady Eagles Soccer Team got a kick start to their 15-16 preseason, training with Stonewall Solutions, a company founded by retired Navy SEALS that specializes...

Faculty and Staff Honored for Dedication and Years of Service

Faculty and staff took center stage Tuesday (Aug. 11) at Reinhardt University’s annual Welcome Back Breakfast. The event honored employees with notable years of service, introduced all the new employees and provided everyone with a...

Welcome New Vice Presidents for Finance and Administration and Advancement

Two new vice presidents have been appointed to serve on the administration of Reinhardt University. David Leopard is the Vice President for Finance and Administration; He replaced Robert G. “Bob” McKinnon, who served in the...

Reinhardt University Students “Imagine No Malaria”

In the spring semester of 2015, Dr. Dana Hall’s students in her course Non-profit Marketing Campaign Strategies, focused on the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church’s annual initiative to raise awareness and funds for...
Teachers of the past help teachers of the future! The Cherokee Retired Educators Association presented Reinhardt with a $2,000 check to provide scholarships for students majoring in education. Dr. Kina Mallard, Reinhardt president (center), accepted the generous donation from Marlene Harrington, CREA president, along with Karen Hawley (from right), president-elect; Kathy Brown, membership officer; and Jean Cantrell, treasurer.

Cherokee Retired Educators Association Gives Scholarship Donation to Benefit Education Students

Teachers of the past help teachers of the future! The Cherokee Retired Educators Association presented Reinhardt with a $2,000 check to provide scholarships for students majoring in education. Dr. Kina Mallard,...

Future Eagles “Soar” at Reinhardt’s Orientation Weekends

  "Nearly 200 students and over 300 parents from as close as Canton, Ga. and as far as Winter Haven, Florida took part in the University’s most recent Orientation weekend, and we are expecting another...

Reinhardt Highlights during Annual Conference for North Georgia Conference of The United Methodist Church

  Alex Mahan '15 spoke to the conference about a project she and her classmates supported through the McCamish School of Business at Reinhardt for "Imagine No Malaria," a mission emphasis by the United Methodist...

Year of India Symposium: Hinduism in Metro Atlanta

You are invited to attend our Year of India Symposium: Hinduism in Metro Atlanta, Friday, April 10 from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 8-9 a.m.: Registration 9-9:50 a.m.: Lecture - Dr. Steven Ramey University of Alabama, associate professor religions of...

Reinhardt Expands Title IX Past the Playing Field

In the higher-ed world, the term “Title IX,” has always been synonymous with equality on the playing field. In the old days, the only Title IX question many colleges and universities considered was the number...
Reinhardt business student Chase Holmes (right) of Canton, Ga., sells a Chick-fil-A lunch to fellow business student Alex York of Marietta, Ga.  To help raise money to build a bread oven for an orphanage in Kenya which is supported by SERV International, Instructor Tina H. Boosel’s Project Management class sold lunches on February 11.

Reinhardt Business Students Learn Important Concepts As They Raise More than $1300 to Address Food and Clothing Shortages and Help the House of Hope in Kenya

Two Reinhardt University business classes have had much more than just good grades on their minds this spring.  They have explored the complicated issues of hunger, inadequate clothing, and malaria prevention, and by partnering with...