17 Apr, 2014| by btreash A 1984 Emory & Henry graduate was recently selected as majority leader of the California General Assembly, making her one of the most powerful elected officials in the state.
17 Apr, 2014| by btreash Emory & Henry College is known for its dedication to community service. This devotion to service becomes embedded in the lives of its students who perform community service while students at the College and continue to lead a life of service after graduation.
17 Apr, 2014| by btreash After graduating from Emory & Henry College in 1977 with double major in business economics and sociology, Carter Wampler spent a career as a furniture manufacturer's representative.
17 Apr, 2014| by btreash Tom Wohlford has a list. And on this list is a tantalizing array of things he has undertaken or would like to accomplish throughout his adult life. If you’re thinking it might be things like “visit the Grand Canyon” or “learn to make the perfect omelet,” consider the fact that the most recent item marked off the list was “climb Mount Kilimanjaro at 19,341 feet in Tanzania.”
17 Apr, 2014| by btreash An Emory & Henry graduate and member of the College’s Board of Trustees has been named the 2012 recipient of the highest award in the Tri-Cities for individual accomplishment in public relations.
17 Apr, 2014| by btreash Michal Isenberg, a December 2011 graduate of Emory & Henry College, has recently been named the 2012 winner of the South Eastern Theatre Conference’s (SETC) Young Scholar prize.
17 Apr, 2014| by btreash Drew Straub (class of 1994) understands that the worldwide web should allow him to access…well..the world. That’s why he lives in New Jersey and has clients in Chicago, California, and Boston but never really has to leave his Jersey home.
17 Apr, 2014| by btreash If you are one of the people who participated in this project, this will seem like old news. Or if you’re married to one of these people, hearing this story again might make you roll your eyes. But if you were unaware of a bunch of E&H students working for Green Giant in the summers of the late 1960s and early 1970s, you may find this interesting.
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17 Apr, 2014| by btreash The mission of the Phoenix Challenge Foundation is to “promote the growth of the Flexographic printing process in the educational system throughout North America.” If you’re thinking you don’t know what flexographic printing is, you will be surprised to learn that you encounter it every day.
16 Apr, 2014| by btreash Wil Cantrell (’01) describes his life purpose as "to grow closer to Christ, to live more and more in the ways of His Kingdom, and to help others do the same."
16 Apr, 2014| by btreash If you’ve been searching around on the internet for a great business leadership conference for women to attend, you may have noticed some exciting things happening in Milwaukee. The School of Continuing Education at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (UWM) has been bringing in speakers like Anita Hill, Beth Pritchard, and even Gloria Steinam.
16 Apr, 2014| by btreash Caroline Lawless is getting it right. She is the Art Director of FAULT (a fashion and culture magazine based in the U.K.), and she is an assistant art director at Pace (a company described as being at the forefront for custom content publishing). She is writing, she is traveling, she is doing 3-D content design, and she is showing the world how to succeed in this age of new media.
16 Apr, 2014| by btreash **Story by Allie Robinson of the Bristol Herald Courier** Sherry King ('88) stood behind the podium and convinced her students to settle down into their seats in the gym. She then turned the microphone over to Washington County Sheriff Fred Newman, who she believed was about to launch into a school safety speech with several of the county's school resource officers.
09 Apr, 2014| by btreash Stephen Woodward (’08) will pursue his Hollywood dreams this summer after winning an international screenwriting competition.