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Summer Courses, Programs & Camps

Even though our traditional college classes are out… campus buzzes all summer long with a variety of programs. From college level course offer…ings on into summer camps and venue rentals
Even though our traditional college classes are out, campus buzzes all summer long with a variety of programs. From college level course offerings on into academic, outdoor, equine, sports camps and venue rentals, Emory & Henry College is a busy place dur…

Smith Ridge

Media … News Coverage Project Data… County… Tazewell… unincorporated settlement Pipes Installed …Linear Feet… 53…590  Volunteer Hours… 3…652  Volunteers Participating
250,000 households and 4 churches in an unincorporated settlement in Tazewell, Virginia received clean running water thanks to Mike Taylor, the project's spark plug.

Community Sparkplugs

Self…Help Virginia Self…Help Virginia is a program based on principles espoused by The Rensselaerville Institute. … It utilizes neighborhood talent… volunteer manpower
Self-Help Virginia is a program based on principles espoused by The Rensselaerville Institute. It utilizes neighborhood talent, volunteer manpower, and creativity whereby communities partner with local and state agencies to construct water and sewer syst…

Scholarship Benefactor Thank You

For scholarship recipients to submit thank you information that's sent to the scholarship donor.

Reedy: E&H Education Leads to Lives of Significance

Emory & Henry prepares students with the skills to succeed as well as the desire to achieve lives of significance, according to Gary Reedy, the vice president for government affairs and policy for Johnson & Johnson and the keynote speaker Thursday during …

David Bull, Class of 2007

Critical Thinking: David Bull still puts into practice the most important lesson he learned at Emory & Henry: Question everything. This piece of advice was given by a professor who encouraged Bull to look for creative solutions and to dig deeper for answe…

E&H Grad Wins Screenwriting Competition, Plans Trip to L.A.

Stephen Woodward (’08) will pursue his Hollywood dreams this summer after winning an international screenwriting competition. Woodward recently won the Write Movies International Screenwriting Competition #31 with his screenplay Crush. The competition, …

E&H Welcomes NYT Reporter, NPR Contributor Shetterly March 3-6

A “New York Times” reporter, National Public Radio contributor and author of a popular book about exploring the American dream during the Great Recession will visit Emory & Henry College students March 3-6.

Steven Michaluk, Class of 2014

Mission to Teach: Steven Michaluk, ’14, discovered his calling to the mission field working alongside some of the world’s poorest people in the Dominican Republic, Guatemala and Honduras. “What really inspired me was the love of the people that I came int…

E&H Alumni Enjoy Big Coaching Successes in 2013

2013 has been a big year for E&H alumni who are coaching their teams to state championships.

Persistence Pays Off for Olivia Bailey

Bailey has been selected to receive a coveted paid fellowship with the International Radio and Television Society Foundation (IRTS) where she will be working with CBS National News.

Emory & Henry in the City 2014

E&H in the City is a nationwide happy hour event. Alumni and friends gather in pubs around the country on the same day in order to meet other E&H friends in the community. In 2014 over 350 alumni and friends participated!

First Women's Athletics Alumni Day

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. The day began with a panel of alumni who talked about their careers and explained how…

Emory & Henry College Staff Wins Two Addy Awards

For the second year in a row, members of the Emory & Henry College Public Relations Office were honored by the American Advertising Federation of Southwest Virginia Addy Awards.

Alum Opens Free Medical Clinic

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.

What to Bring

Do you have what you need? For summer orientation, there are a few basics that you should bring. But when you come as a student, the list grows significantly.

Scholarship Honors Service of Joe P. Johnson

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.

Caroline Lawless, Class of 2011

Eye for Art: When Caroline Lawless decided to major in graphic design at Emory & Henry, it didn’t matter that she’d never even taken an art class. Though it was a “scary transition,” Lawless had professors who believed in her talent and encouraged her to …

Ruse leads to honor for High Point Elementary School principal

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…

Emory & Henry College Piano Professor Lisa Withers to Present Recital

Withers, who has delighted audiences across the nation with a wide repertoire of piano music, will include in this recital Franz Schubert’s Sonata in A Major, D. 959 and Maurice Ravel’s Sonatina, along with several tangos by Astor Piazzolla.

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