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14 Feb, 2014| by Dsmoore An Emory & Henry College mathematics professor has been honored by the Appalachian College Association for research she is conducting in environmental mathematical modeling.
14 Feb, 2014| by Dsmoore Evangelical Christianity had much earlier beginnings than historians have traditionally recognized, which suggests a more direct link to an international Protestant awakening and refutes a common belief that the deep South had grown spiritually lethargic and indifferent during the colonial era, according to a recently published book by an Emory & Henry College history professor.
14 Feb, 2014| by Dsmoore The chief information officer and director of the library at Emory & Henry College has been awarded a fellowship by the Appalachian College Association to attend the Salzburg Global Seminar in Salzburg, Austria, where she will participate in discussions related to preserving the lessons from the Holocaust as a way of preventing genocide in the future.