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Chamber Orchestra Kremlin to continue concert series

February 12, 2016 | Music | Chamber Orchestra Kremlin will play at Harding  on Feb. 23 at 7 p.m. as a part of the University’s 2015-16 concert series. The concert will be held in the Administration Auditorium, and the cost is $3. The orchestra was established in 1991 by Misha Rachlevsky and is composed of Russian string players. The group has played approximately 2,000 concerts
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WINGS conference set for Feb. 19-20

February 11, 2016 | Bible & Ministry | The College of Bible and Ministry will host the 22nd annual Women in God’s Service (WINGS) conference Feb. 19-20 in the David B. Burks American Heritage Building. The WINGS conference encourages women of all ages and throughout the region to join together for a weekend of study on the theme “The Sacred Journey.” The conference will include
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Psychology professor discusses research on NPR

February 9, 2016 | Psychology | On Tuesday, Feb. 2, Dr. Jeremiah Sullins, assistant professor of behavioral sciences at Harding University, spoke on UALR Public Radio, the Arkansas branch of National Public Radio, about research that he and his students are doing on human perception of political figures. In the interview segment, titled “The Psychology of Voters Deciding Who to Support for President,” Sullins discussed
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ASI panel explores race relations

Feb. 10, 2016 | ASI | “Good evening, and welcome to our American Studies Institute conversation tonight on the always important, sometimes painful, frequently controversial and persistently delicate issue of race relations in America,” said President Bruce McLarty to begin the ASI Distinguished Lecture Series program Feb. 9. The presentation, a panel discussion, sought to break down barriers and start a conversation about race relations.
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Theatre to present “The King Stag”

February 10, 2016 | Theatre | The University’s theatre department will perform “The King Stag” Feb. 18-20 at 7 p.m. in the Ulrey Performing Arts Center. “The King Stag“ is a comedic love story set in the 1700s. King Deramo, played by junior Patrick Jones, is searching for his bride by interviewing women across the kingdom. King Deramo uses a set of magical skills to
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Ferguson, Mo., minister speaks in chapel

February 8, 2016 | Spiritual Life | Ferguson, Missouri, minister Conley Gibbs Jr. spoke during chapel at Harding Feb. 1- 2 about the death of Michael Brown and the conversations and events it sparked. Gibbs serves as the minister at Ferguson Heights Church of Christ. Dr. Dan Williams, vice president of church relations, interviewed Gibbs about the incident between Michael Brown and officer Darren Wilson
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Accounting Society and CPE hosts inaugural Meet the Students event

Feb. 3, 2016 | Business | On Tuesday, Jan. 26, the University’s Accounting Society and the College of Business Administration’s Center for Professional Excellence held their inaugural Meet the Students spring mixer event at the Arkansas Society of CPAs’ facility in Little Rock. Eleven firms sent 35 representatives to meet and visit informally with accounting majors who ranged in classification from freshman to senior. To
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ASI announces spring 2016 distinguished lecture series events

January 7, 2016 | ASI | The American Studies Institute has announced its spring 2016 events for the 2015-16 Distinguished Lecture Series. ASI will host a panel discussion titled “Exploring Race Relations: An Honest Conversation” on Feb. 9, and David Barton, founder and president of WallBuilders, will speak April 7. The panel will feature Fred Gray, former attorney for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and
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Public safety officers receive ASIS appointments

January 8, 2016 | Public Safety | Two officers in Harding’s department of public safety received appointments by the American Society for Industrial Security. Craig Russell, director of public safety, was appointed a senior regional vice president of the Western Hemisphere Southern Group, and Kevin Davis, assistant director of public safety, was appointed 2nd vice chairman of the School of Safety and Security Council. ASIS
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CIO recognized as top in North America

December 11, 2015 | IS&T | Vice President of Information Systems and Technology and Chief Information Officer Keith Cronk has been named one of the top CIOs in North America by Info-Tech Research Group, an information technology research and advisory company. Cronk was recognized as one of 20 top enterprise CIOs among professionals from industries such as government, health care, public administration, transportation, finance and
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