Archives for History & Political Science

Department of music hosts “A Midwinter Night’s Melody: Piano music inspired by literature”

Jan. 25, 2017 | Music | The University’s department of music presented a special program Tuesday, Jan. 31, at 7 p.m. in Reynolds Recital Hall on campus. The program, “A Midwinter Night’s Melody,” was composed of piano music inspired by literature and lectures given by four University professors from various departments of the College of Arts and Humanities. Dr. Scott Carrell, associate music professor, collaborated
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Categories: Recent Events and University.

“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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Categories: Students.

History professor selected for World War I commemoration committee

April 8, 2016 | History | Professor of History Shawn Fisher was named part of a nine-member World War I Centennial Commemoration Committee created by Gov. Asa Hutchinson March 31. The committee will plan state events and projects for the 2017 and 2018 calendar year to commemorate the 100th anniversary of World War I. Fisher said he was honored by the selection and looks forward
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Categories: Faculty & Staff and University.

“Public administration is a great option for being practical and pragmatic…”

College of Arts & Humanities | History & Political Science “If anyone is looking for a mission and they’re interested in government, then public administration is a great option for being practical and pragmatic.” Mary O’Briant, senior at Harding University, found her calling in public administration the second time around. She realized medical research was not a good fit and looked for a major more
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Categories: Alumni.