Sending Students Off to Campus (By Joe Wiley) - The Gospel Advocate, June, 2013
My wife, Glenda, and I enjoy our work with college students. Seeing young men and women grow and mature on campus gives us a gratifying feeling of building for the future. Beyond the students at FreedHardeman University, we are also privileged to meet the parents as they bring sons and daughters on campus visits and to orientation sessions. To these parents especially, I would like to share a few thoughts.
Blacktop study drives smooth savings - Auburn.edu, Feb. 9, 2012
The blacktop studies that Richard Willis and other engineers are involved with are currently featured on the Auburn website. Richard Willis graduated from Freed-Hardeman University in 2003 with a B.S. in physical science engineering. He was a part of the dual degree program with Auburn University. The dual degree included three years at FHU and two years at Auburn. Willis then received degrees from both schools. He is the son of David and Dwina Willis, an FHU faculty member, and the grandson of J. Walker Whittle, a retired FHU vice president and chairman of the Department of Business.