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The Emory & Henry College School of Health Sciences in Marion will be on a two-hour delay opening due to icy conditions. The main campus will be operating on a normal schedule
“Emory & Henry was where my academic journey began. It was a life-changing experience, because I was exposed to science in a way that helped me develop not only academically but also emotionally. The people and experiences helped me create a platform for sharing science with others and inspired a passion for life-long learning.”
—Dr. Beverly A. Clark, III (E&H ’99) B.S. Physics; North Carolina State University ’03 M.S. Physics and ’09 Ph.D. Physics). Columbus, Neb. Dean of Instruction, Academic Education at Central Community College, Nanoscience and microscopy researcher
“After more than a year of thought, planning, and preparation, I stepped on a plane bound for Exeter— where I knew exactly one person.”
—Alex Cooper on learning the land, peppered eggs, and Parliament selfies
“Transferring to Emory & Henry was one of the best decisions I ever made. It has helped me learn so much about my future career and grow as an individual. From an internship at a top 100 news station to hosting a weekly, campus TV show, the opportunities I’ve gained here are priceless.”
—Abby on her Transfer experience to Emory & Henry College
“I am proud to be part of the station, watching it grow and improve as it contributes greatly to the college and community.”
—Missy on her dedication to community listeners in five counties in Southwest Virginia
“I am passionate about creating art, so it was natural for me to pursue an art degree. My favorite thing about here is the ability to work one on one with professors.”
—Birdie Mullins ’17 on her experience at Emory & Henry College.
“Seeing the area first hand was a very humbling experience for all of us involved. We got to see what the impacts of a natural disaster can have, while being able to help those who needed it.”
—Liberty Sheppard ’20 will talk more about her Intentional Spring Break to the Texas hurricane relief effort at Ampersand Day.