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Eighth meeting of A Night at the Round Table

Monday, Oct. 16, students from nine health care disciplines met in the David B. Burks American Heritage Building for the eighth gathering of A Night at the Round Table. This interdepartmental event challenged students from different programs to work together through ethical case studies. These cases simulate scenarios students may encounter in their respective fields and allows them to experience how they will interact with
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“Don’t be afraid to dive in, and don’t fall into the pressure to be anyone but yourself.”

Taylor Mayfield | English | Education Students at Harding find their own belonging in different places and in different capacities on campus. For senior Taylor Mayfield, an English major with teaching licensure, the Sigma Nu Epsilon and Delta Gamma Rho social clubs and English department provided his sense of belonging. “I gravitated to Sigma Nu Epsilon, and I liked the size and the people within
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Harding Summer Academic Institute launches Honors Business Experience

Harding University recently announced plans for its Honors Business Experience, a new summer academic program for high school juniors and seniors, offered June 15-29, 2018, as part of the Summer Academic institute. In collaboration with the Honors College, Dr. David Kee, assistant professor in the Paul R. Carter College of Business Administration, helped start the program that is facilitated by University faculty members, local businesses
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Pharmacy program establishes rural loan program

August 31, 2017 | Pharmacy | Harding’s College of Pharmacy celebrated with students, faculty, legislators, members of the Arkansas State Board of Pharmacy, and the Arkansas Pharmacist Association as a check for $275,000 was presented to Dr. Jeff Mercer, dean of the College of Pharmacy on Aug 31. The funds were granted to the University as part of a new rural loan program. The loan
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One-hundred percent of nursing graduates pass national exam on first attempt

March 8, 2017 | Nursing | The Harding University Carr College of Nursing announced on Monday that all 15 members of its December 2016 graduating class have passed their national licensing exam, the NCLEX-RN. All of the graduates received a passing grade in their first attempt at the exam. The results from December graduates are only the most recent example of quality graduates from the
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Harding in top one-third of schools attracting National Merit Finalists

March 7, 2017 | Scholarships | The National Merit Scholar Corporation annual report last week indicates that 13 National Merit Finalists enrolled as freshmen at Harding University for the 2016-17 school year, ranking Harding 109 in the 330 colleges recruiting National Merit Scholars. The University recruits more Scholars than any other private university in Arkansas and has the second-highest number of Scholars for all universities
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Students win grand prize at broadcasting convention

Oct. 28, 2016 | Communication | Three Harding University broadcast journalism and electronic media production students took grand prize honors at the South Central Broadcasting Society convention in Fort Worth, Texas, on Oct. 14. Ten other students were finalists in various categories at the event. Grand prize winners included Grace Nickols for radio DJ talent, Matthew Rice for music video, and Jacob McCall for video
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“The bonds that you have with everyone on campus is more than just being friends; we’re also brothers and sisters in Christ.”

College of Arts & Humanities When social science major Noah Watson moved just five minutes down the road to start school at Harding, he didn’t expect new relationships to be so easily discovered in a place he had lived for so long — but with his senior year on the horizon, Watson named those special relationships as the highlight of his Harding experience. “The community
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“Interpersonal relationships with the Bible faculty have been really beneficial and unique.”

College of Bible & Ministry When everyone is interested in your area of study and holds their own opinions, it can be a challenge to weigh so many perspectives, but according to preaching major Kyle Johnson, these perspectives have helped him to better understand his field. “Most people have opinions on religion regardless of their major, so that’s an obstacle,” Johnson said. “Different opinions end
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“Child life broadens your horizons. You can go on so many different aspects…”

College of Sciences | Family & Consumer Sciences For many students, college is a time to explore, learn and discover what they want to pursue. This can mean changing friend groups, changing study habits and, often, changing majors. Joelle Whitlock, senior child life specialist major, has been a part of many different departments during her time at Harding but is passionate about where she has
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