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.
09 Apr, 2014| by btreash Around 30 alums returned to campus on January 19 to renew friendships and recall their days on the court as members of the E&H Men’s Basketball Team. Additionally, several family members came along to enjoy the fun, and just before the “alumni hoops” match, which took alumni back to the boards for a friendly game, Terrance Grigg’s (E&H 2011) mom smiled and said, “We came to see if he still has it!”
09 Apr, 2014| by btreash Brent Treash, the assistant director for media relations at Emory & Henry College, won an ADDY Award March 2 for a video advertisement that highlights the College’s successful student athletes.
09 Apr, 2014| by btreash The life of Virginia White Lozier (class of 1997) has been one exciting place after another: Greece, South America, Japan, New York City, the backyard.
21 Mar, 2014| by btreash In a world where politics can seem like a jungle of partisan wrangling and unrealized plans, it is a wonder that people continue to step into the arena to serve. But good leaders continue to lead, and continue to want to make a difference in their communities.
12 Mar, 2014| by btreash An Emory & Henry mass communications graduate was recently honored with an Emmy Award for his outstanding efforts in live sports coverage. Tyrone Bachman, E&H class of 1998, and WXIA 11Alive received an Emmy award for Best Live Sports Show.
10 Mar, 2014| by btreash Dr. Henry Wayne Poore, class of 1953, has recently opened a free clinic in Flagstaff, Ariz. for neighbors who can’t afford, but desperately need, good health care.
21 Feb, 2014| by btreash People often joke that busy college days will “eat your brain”….and they might be right. Or it might just be that college gives us too much time to consider eating other brains, because some E&H grads are gaining considerable notoriety right now eating brains. So to speak.
13 Feb, 2014| by btreash Much like the movie Toy Story, this is a story of friends. Justin Wilson (’08) is proud of his friend Adam Taylor (’08), and he wants people to know the story of his journey. But now Justin is putting his friendship where his heart is….and he has embarked on a journey of 1000 toys.
12 Feb, 2014| by btreash Emory & Henry hosted its first Women’s Athletics Alumni Day on Saturday, Feb. 15. Despite challenging winter weather, turn-out was great and response was off the charts.
23 Jan, 2014| by btreash Lana Whited and Katherine Grimes have been in a committed relationship for over 25 years. They have four children and have been happy, chaotic, loving family for a long time.
08 Jan, 2014| by btreash Emory & Henry College announced today the establishment of a scholarship for qualified E&H students who exemplify the qualities of service to others that have characterized life and career of former, longtime Virginia delegate Joe P. Johnson, Jr.