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May 31 – June 1

Reinhardt’s Center for Innovative Teaching and Engaged Learning (CITEL) is holding its annual Meeting for Innovative Expert Educators at Reinhardt (MIXER). This two-day conference for educators will focus on high impact practices in the classroom.


Piano Festival & Academy

June 6 – 10

The Piano Festival & Academy is a weeklong program for high school students. The Festival division is for students who are intermediate or advanced level pianists, while the Academy division is for advanced to highly advanced pianists. Students will attend daily classes and evening concerts, and have masterclass and performance opportunities. On-campus housing is available during the week.

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Funk Heritage Center Youth Workshop

June 7 – 9

Children ages 7-11 will explore local legends and folklore! Each day will begin with a story and followed by a day of activities where they will explore and expand on aspects of the story. The stories for this year are: The First Strawberries, A Cherokee Story; The Great Ball Game, A Muskogee Story; and

Swamp Angel, An Appalachian Folktale. For more information, call 770-720-5969 or email


NOYCE DNA Barcoding Summer STEM Experience

June 14, 16, 21 from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. and June 23 from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

This 4-day camp for rising 9th graders and above will have students examining the DNA sequences to the world around them and completing a variety of related projects.


MFA Summer Reading Schedule

June 17 – 25

Join Reinhardt and the Master of Fine Arts program as we welcome novelists, essayists, poets, memoirists, and more to campus for the MFA Summer Residency. Each evening of the residency week guest writers and graduating students will read selections from their work in the Community Room of the Hill Freeman Library and Spruill Learning Center. These readings are open to the public and free to attend. Check out the schedule of readers and make your plans to attend.


Grand Opening – George Scarbrough Center for Southern and Appalachian Literature

June 24, 8:30 a.m. 

Reinhardt is excited to open the George Scarbrough Center for Southern and Appalachian Literature, an archive for the Tennessee poet’s papers, books, and memorabilia. Join us for the opening followed a day-long Symposium with Reinhardt faculty and special guests to celebrate the life and work of Scarbrough.

Find the Symposium schedule with the MFA Summer Reading Schedule.


National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Landmarks Workshop at the Funk Heritage Center

July 10 -15, July 17 -22

Theme: Trail of Tears: Context and Perspectives

Reinhardt faculty and visiting lecturers invite educators to critically examine the process of the Cherokee Removal and to explore the multiple impacts it had on the people and the lands they inhabited. The workshop, geared toward educators, will focus on the experience of place and will encourage the use of tools like inquiry-based learning, using the unique resources of the Funk Heritage Center and other certified sites on the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail.

Contact Jeff Bishop at to check availability.