Harding University was established in 1924 on the idea of integrating faith, learning and living. For more information about our institution visit our website: www.harding.edu. (see more)
Harding University was established in 1924 on the idea of integrating faith, learning and living. For more information about our institution visit our website: www.harding.edu.
Congratulations to the 69 students named to the College of Pharmacy dean's list for Fall 2016. Dean's list standing is reserved for full-time students with a 3.80 or higher grade point average.
Congratulations to the 69 students named to the College of Pharmacy dean's list for Spring 2017. Dean's list standing is reserved for full-time students with a 3.80 or higher grade point average.
More than 900 students received diplomas at Harding University's commencement exercises on May 6, 2017. Graduates include students from the College of Allied Health, College of Arts and Humanities, College of Bible and Ministry, Paul R. Carter College of Business Administration, Cannon-Clary College of Education, Carr College of Nursing, College of Pharmacy and College of Sciences.
More than 400 students received diplomas at Harding University's commencement exercises on Dec. 17, 2016. Graduates include students from the College of Allied Health, College of Arts and Humanities, College of Bible and Ministry, Paul R. Carter College of Business Administration, Cannon-Clary College of Education, Carr College of Nursing, College of Pharmacy and College of Sciences.
Students at Harding University depart May 21 for a six-week student teaching program in Scotland. As part of the curriculum, students will be immersed in Scottish culture. They will spend time tutoring, observing, teaching and assisting in Scottish schools as well as taking educational trips throughout the United Kingdom. Group trips include outings to Edinburgh, Glasgow, the Scottish Highlands, St. Andrews and London. Students have three courses available to them during the six-week program. The coursework and on-site experiences in classrooms promotes citizenship within a global perspective for students in the teacher education program at the University.
Students at Harding University depart May 22 for the Summer Undergraduate Research in Florence program. Students will spend four weeks in Italy studying under Dr. Dennis Matlock, associate professor of biochemistry at Harding, and internationally known lecturer and researcher Dr. Chiara Azzari. During the program, students will conduct lab work in the University of Florence hospital and lab, earning six biochemistry credits.
A group of six Harding students was recognized for its participation in the Donald W. Reynolds Governor's Cup, a statewide business plan competition for graduate and undergraduate students.
The Paul R. Carter College of Business Administration awarded outstanding student awards to a junior and senior in each major.
Nine students at Harding University have won Arkansas Space Grant Research Scholarships to work on research projects of interest to NASA. They will be reporting their findings at professional meetings and traveling to NASA research centers to share their research.
Kylie Stephens of Mount Airy is one of 10 winners of the 2017 Acxiom Diversity Scholarship, a $5,000 scholarship awarded to U.S.-based students from diverse backgrounds who are enrolled in a full-time, post-secondary degree program such as computer science, computer information systems, engineering or other related areas of study.
Harding University's 44th annual Spring Sing "Curtain Up" was April 13-15. Four hosts and hostesses, 20 ensemble members and seven vocalists performed throughout the musical variety show drawing more than 10,000 audience members to four performances. Spring Sing began as a small-scale campus musical showcase in 1974 and has grown to incorporate nearly 1,000 students performing as part of the ensemble or the eight competing social club shows. The shows are judged for originality, costume, choreography and music. Cash awards and plaques are presented to winners, who donate the prize money to charities of their choice.
The Harding University circle of Omicron Delta Kappa inducted 61 new members on April 23.
Ninety students traveled to Chicago on April 6-9 as part of requirements for a world religions class. The trip was designed to enlighten students about people and practices of major living religious traditions. Students visited the Baha'I House of Prayer, the Hindu Temple Balaji, Islamic Foundation mosque, a Sikh Religious Society, Shabbat service at KAM Isaiah Israel Congregations, and Buddhists with Soka Gakkai International.
The Paul R. Carter College of Business Administration at Harding University held its annual Delta Mu Delta induction ceremony Sunday, March 19, selecting undergraduate and graduate students for membership in the business honor society.
Harding University Paul R. Carter College of Business Administration inducted six charter members into its Sigma Nu Tau entrepreneurship honor society during a ceremony April 6. Qualifying students must possess honor, integrity and a strong entrepreneurial spirit and must be juniors or seniors with at least a 3.2 cumulative GPA.
Harding University student Paul Pearson participated in U.S. Senator John Boozman's summer internship program in Washington D.C.
Students from Harding University competed at the regional meeting of the Mathematics Association of America April 1-3, winning two events for the first time.
The following local residents were welcomed to the Harding University College of Pharmacy at the annual white coat ceremony Aug. 17.