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Summer Campus Visitors Witness Progress on Arts Center

Visitors to the E&H campus this summer have been witness to the ongoing construction of the Woodrow W. McGlothlin Center for the Arts, which is expected to enhance the College’s reputation as a regional leader in the arts and arts education. http://www.ehc.edu/news/2014/07/summer-campus-visitors-witness-progress-arts-center/

E&H Receives 2015 Community Engagement Classification

The Carnegie Foundation announced that Emory & Henry College will continue to be included in its Community Engagement Classification, joining a select group of institutions nationwide that have been recognized for exemplary practices of community engageme… http://www.ehc.edu/news/2015/01/eh-receives-2015-community-engagement-classification/

E&H Student Part of Documentary on Recidivism

An Emory & Henry theatre student serves as an interviewer for a documentary about recidivism – the return of released prisoners to jail – in Tennessee. http://www.ehc.edu/news/2014/04/eh-student-part-documentary-recidivism/

E&H Enrollment Climbs 8.2 Percent Over Last Year

Emory & Henry College enrollment for the fall of 2014 has jumped 8.2 percent over last year, bringing the total enrollment at the school to more than 1,000 students for the first time since 2005. http://www.ehc.edu/news/2014/09/eh-enrollment-climbs-82-percent-over-last-year/

Emory & Henry College Students and Faculty win recognition at Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival

Three faculty members of the Emory & Henry College Theatre Department have won Meritorious Achievement Awards from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) for their work on the fall 2013 shows "Talley’s Folly" and "Into the Woods." http://www.ehc.edu/news/2014/02/emory-henry-college-students-and-faculty-win-recognition-kennedy-center-american-college-theatre-festival/

E&H DPT Program Reaches Maximum Number of Deposits for First Year

Emory & Henry College’s Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program reached a significant milestone last week, receiving the maximum number of deposits for an inaugural cohort of students scheduled to begin classes in January, pending final approval from an … http://www.ehc.edu/news/2014/07/eh-dpt-program-reaches-maximum-number-deposits-first-year/

E&H Outdoor Summer Adventure Program Returns for Second Year

For the second year, Emory & Henry College will be extending 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. http://www.ehc.edu/news/2014/12/eh-summer-outdoor-adventure-school-returns-second-year/

Emory & Henry College Professors Ranked Among Top 25 in Nation

For the fourth consecutive year, a survey conducted by CBS Money Watch has ranked Emory & Henry College professors among the top 25 faculties in the nation. http://www.ehc.edu/news/2014/04/eh-professors-ranked-among-top-25-nation/

Mitchell: Writing Informs Thinking, Shapes Futures

Everything college students write informs how they think and thus has the potential to profoundly shape their futures, according to Dr. Felicia Mitchell, an acclaimed poet and an Emory & Henry professor of English, who spoke Wednesday evening at the Colle… http://www.ehc.edu/news/2014/08/mitchell-writing-informs-thinking-shapes-futures/

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. http://www.ehc.edu/news/2014/01/eh-launches-summer-outdoor-adventure-school/

E&H to Name Grandstand in Honor of Coaching Legend Lou Wacker

Emory & Henry College will name its football field grandstand in honor of a legendary coach who led his teams to 11 conference championships and 17 consecutive winning seasons. http://www.ehc.edu/news/2014/06/eh-name-grandstand-honor-coaching-legend-lou-wacker/

Equine Studies Approved for Inclusion Within E&H Accreditation

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has agreed to include an equine studies degree within the scope of the accreditation it has granted for Emory & Henry College. http://www.ehc.edu/news/2014/12/equine-studies-approved-inclusion-within-eh-accreditation/

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 … http://www.ehc.edu/news/2014/03/reedy-eh-education-leads-lives-significance/

Solar Panels to Power WEHC Radio Station

Construction will begin within the month on an array of solar panels that will power Emory & Henry College’s radio station, WEHC 90.7, making it the first solar powered FM station in the southeast. http://www.ehc.edu/news/2014/08/solar-panels-power-eh-radio-station/

Emory & Henry’s Kyle Boden Earns NCAA’s Walter Byers Postgraduate Scholarship

Kyle Boden, the standout quarterback for the Emory & Henry College football team, has been selected to receive one of the top scholar-athlete awards from the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). http://www.ehc.edu/news/2014/05/emory-henrys-kyle-boden-earns-ncaas-walter-byers-postgraduate-scholarship/

Solar Panels to Power E&H Radio Station

Construction has been completed on an array of solar panels that will power Emory & Henry College’s radio station, WEHC 90.7, making it the first solar powered FM station in the southeast. http://www.ehc.edu/news/2014/11/solar-panels-power-eh-radio-station/

Three E&H Students Honored with Advertising Awards

The winning entries from E&H students were completed as part of Dr. Tracy Lauder’s advanced publication design class in the fall of 2013. http://www.ehc.edu/news/2014/03/three-eh-students-honored-advertising-awards/

Saving a Life for the Sake of Others

The person who made Delilah White (E&H Class of 2005) feel the most welcome when she began work at Danville Community College was an older colleague, Belvie Morant, a career coach who seemed to burn with a desire to help people in the Danville, Va. area. http://www.ehc.edu/news/2014/08/saving-life-sake-others/

Emory & Henry Ranks in the Top 50 for Study Abroad Opportunities

The independent ranking group Best College Reviews has selected the Emory & Henry College study abroad program as one of the top 50 in the nation for all colleges and universities. Emory & Henry provides semester abroad opportunities throughout the world,… http://www.ehc.edu/news/2015/01/emory-henry-ranks-top-50-study-abroad-opportunities/

President Schrum: E&H Possessed of Powerful Spirit of Generosity

A spirit of generosity pervades the Emory & Henry College community and– in large and small ways – touches the lives of people well beyond the campus borders, said Jake B. Schrum, who was inaugurated Friday as the College’s 21st president. http://www.ehc.edu/news/2014/04/president-schrum-eh-possessed-powerful-spirit-generosity/