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My View: Being different

In the New Testament, Jesus ministered to and taught people from all walks of life — from the religious elite to the “least of these.” His tactics were loving but direct, honest and countercultural. In 2018, being direct, honest and countercultural is not perceived positively. If we are called to be like Jesus, what should teaching, ministering and sharing about our faith look like in
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Spotlight: Tiffany Byers

Director of Multicultural Student Services Tiffany Byers describes how she gained a global perspective in college and why she aims to instill the same in her students. What brought you to Harding? When I graduated from high school in Augusta, Arkansas, only about 30 miles away from Harding, the University was not even a consideration for me. I had never been on campus. I thought
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Summer Academic Institute launches Honors Business Experience

Honors Business Experience, a new summer academic program for high school juniors and seniors, will be offered June 15-29 as part of the Summer Academic Institute. In collaboration with the Honors College, Dr. David Kee, assistant professor in the Paul R. Carter College of Business Administration, is helping start the program facilitated by University faculty members, local business people and entrepreneurs to give students firsthand
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MBA enhances program

The Paul R. Carter College of Business Administration announced an enhanced MBA program in the Graduate School of Business in October 2017. Now fully online, the Master of Business Administration program has been re-engineered to deliver a top-notch, Christ-centered curriculum and is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. Structured with working professionals in mind, the online format allows for increased flexibility
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Mobile app debuts on campus

Excitement was in the air Nov. 29, 2017, as Harding launched a much anticipated mobile app for students, faculty and staff. The University first began working toward creating the app in summer 2016 when Assistant Vice President for Information Systems and Technology Mike Chalenburg brought together a team of people across campus to regularly meet and discuss ideas. After selecting a vendor, Modo Labs, the
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Top 10 rankings given by Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal named Harding in a list of top 10 schools for engagement and a list of top 10 schools for inspiration. The Wall Street Journal and the Times Higher Education College Rankings publish annual college rankings based on surveys that ask college students across the country about their learning and living environment. According to the Wall Street Journal, 20 percent of a
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HUBrave hosts sexual assault panel discussion

In October, HUBrave hosted a panel discussion titled “Truth vs. Myth: An Honest Talk About Sexual Assault” for the campus community. It was the first event as an official campus organization for HUBrave, which stands for “Bisons Responding and Advocating for Victim’s Empowerment.” Speakers included HUBrave co-sponsor Stephanie O’Brian, Assistant Professor of Behavioral Science Sam Jeffrey, Associate Professor of Social Work Kim Baker-Abrams, Associate Professor
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An evening with the 43rd president

George W. Bush An evening with the 43rd president Spring 2010 Speaking to a capacity audience in Benson Auditorium with another crowd gathered in Administration Auditorium watching a live feed, former president George W. Bush shared fond memories and tough moments of his time in office April 22. With his signature smirk and Texas drawl, he offered a glimpse into his life as president. Even the
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Bewley on board

  Tim Bewley (’03) of Nashville, Tennessee, was added to the board of trustees May 4. Bewley is senior vice president of Pinnacle Financial Partners. He previously served as first vice president at SunTrust Bank and chief deposit officer and vice president of Avenue Bank as well as in positions for Regions Bank in Middle Tennessee and Dallas. He was named to Nashville’s Top 30
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Newsmakers: Fall 2017

Athletics Scott Goode, assistant athletic director for sports information, won best Season Preview/Recap of the Year in the 2017 CoSIDA Fred Stabley Sr. Writing Contest for his fall 2016 Harding magazine article “Saving the Best for Last.” He also was awarded runner-up for General Feature of the Year for his spring 2016 Harding magazine article “Bison Role Models.” Brackett Library Hannah Wood, archives and special
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