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Olivia Bailey, Class of 2015

Informed Journalist: Olivia Bailey’s dream of becoming a reporter began with “The Funky Monkey,” the school newspaper she created and distributed during fifth grade. As a student enrolled in Emory & Henry’s mass communications department, she is a step cl…


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MLK Day 2014 Breakout Sessions

Various locations across campus Monday, January 20, 11:30am Breakout sessions address topics related to the MLK Day theme. Specific forms of slavery, both historical and modern-day, are addressed. Topics include Biblical slavery, human trafficking, sla…

Chief Administrators

Here you will learn more about the chief administrators of the college and their functions. As is the case with E&H professors, its administrative staff devotes its efforts to the success of E&H students and to the belief that a college education prepares…

E&H Launches Summer Outdoor Adventure School

A new program to launch this summer extends the popular outdoor experience enjoyed by E&H students to high school juniors and seniors, giving a greater number of young people the opportunity to bond with nature while working with others.

Erick Long, Class of 1991

Star Power: For Erick Long, there is no typical day at the office. As senior vice president of operations & events for the Academy of Country Music (ACM), Long’s responsibilities range from a last-minute request to transform an office into a music studio …

New Collaborative Takes Community Service at E&H to New Level

An agreement signed today between Emory & Henry College and the Rensselaerville Institute out of New York has the potential to help reshape American higher education for the public good, according to officials from both institutions. The agreement sets up…

1984 E&H Grad Named Speaker of California House

Toni Atkins, a 1984 E&H graduate, has been elected to serve as speaker of the California General Assembly, continuing an upward political trajectory for a woman with a successful history of public service inspired, in part, by her years at Emory & Henry.

Alexandra Veatch, Class of 2010

Sales Manager: Alexandra Veatch is passionate about Emory & Henry. During her years as a student, she devoted time and energy to strengthening the campus community she considered home. Her leadership roles including serving as editor-in-chief of The White…

Will Garrison, Class of 2010

Visionary Leadership: Will Garrison considers himself an innovator. A missile systems engineer with Boeing’s U.S. Missile Defense Program, Garrison is part of a visionary team working to develop new products and technologies to enhance U.S. national secur…

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E&H Grad Featured in Roanoke Times After Getting Joyful News

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.

Jason Hill, Class of 2014

Community Leader: For Jason Hill, the opportunity to attend college has opened up a world of possibilities he never imagined growing up. As the first person in his family to graduate from high school and go to college, Hill overcame difficult circumstance…

Emory & Henry to Present Artalk by Photographer Annie Hogan

Photographer Annie Hogan will be the featured speaker for the first Artalk of the spring semester at Emory & Henry College. Her lecture, which will be held Monday, Jan. 27, is in conjunction with her exhibit, "Half Seen; Half Told," on view in The 1912 Ga…

E&H Signals Intention to Develop Optometry School

Officials from Emory & Henry College and the Appalachian College of Optometry signed an agreement today signaling their intention to work together toward the development of a school of optometry in Grundy.

Jessica Daddio, Class of 2013

Travel Editor: As travel editor for Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine, Daddio writes articles, shoots photos and produces videos covering travel and adventure opportunities throughout the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic.

Lane Receives Major VA Teaching Award

Dr. Michael Lane, an E&H professor of chemistry and a 2000 graduate of Stanford University, has been awarded the 2014 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Award, given annually by the State Council for Higher Education in Virginia.

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