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Education leaders came together to sign a partnership agreement between Emory & Henry College and Southwest Virginia Higher Education in Abingdon to expand educational opportunities for the region in a morning ceremony today at the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center, in Abingdon.
Emory & Henry College Announces the Ashleigh “Stardust” Langbein Memorial Fund to Provide Support for Theatre Students
Emory & Henry College is proud to announce the formal dedication of the Ashleigh “Stardust” Langbein Memorial Fund scholarship with a signing ceremony that was hosted on Friday, February 3, 2023, at Byars Hall at the Emory, Virginia campus.
Emory & Henry College is excited to announce the grand opening of its first on-campus thrift store located on the lower level of the Memorial Chapel on February 1, 2023. The Emory & Henry community celebrated the new E&H Thrift Store with a ribbon cutting and students in attendance had the opportunity to shop after. The store was made possible by the Appalachian Center for Civic Life and will be primarily managed by Bonner Scholars and Civic Leader Scholars.
Emory & Henry College School of Health Science Honors Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day with Service
Emory & Henry College celebrated the life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, January 16, by providing students, staff and faculty an opportunity to learn more about civil rights, race relations and the experiences of minorities who face discrimination in America. At the Emory, Va. campus, multiple engaging presentations and interactive breakout sessions were held on campus throughout the day in a program that called on attendees to “Be the Face of Change.”
Emory & Henry College is proud to announce the launch of the College’s E&H Magazine website, a complement to the bi-annual publication created by the Office of Marketing and Communications in partnership with the Office of Advancement and the Alumni Office.
Emory & Henry College Receives $25,000 Grant from Roller Bottimore Foundation for Preservation of Historical Material with Public Accessibility
Emory & Henry College got a boost to support local and regional history preservation in Southwest Virginia thanks to recent funding from the Roller Bottimore Foundation. “The Watershed Project: Civic Memory for a Citizenship of Place” has a two-fold purpose - to preserve, index, and archive a wide range of historical material related to the history and operation of Emory & Henry College, the oldest institution of higher learning in Southwest Virginia, and to utilize these materials to create an engaging, dynamic, born-digital, open-source history of the region of Southwest Virginia and, more specifically, the college’s role as an institutional citizen of that place.
Emory & Henry College celebrates the life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, January 16 by providing students, staff and faculty an opportunity to learn more about civil rights, race relations and the experiences of minorities who face discrimination in America through presentations on campus throughout the day in a program that calls on attendees to “Be the Face of Change” and the Day of Service provided by students, faculty and staff from the School of Health Science.