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FHU Students and Faculty to Present Research at University Scholars’ Day

Henderson, Tenn. - Oct 28, 2015

Freed-Hardeman’s annual University Scholars’ Day, Friday, Nov. 6, will highlight the research of faculty members and students from various academic disciplines.

Dr. J. Brian Hauge, professor of biology at Peninsula College, will give the keynote address at 8:50am in Loyd Auditorium following an 8:30am chapel program. Hauge, a native of South Dakota, received his Ph.D. from Auburn University in post-secondary education with an emphasis in zoology.

Hauge has assisted FHU students and Dr. Brian Butterfield, professor of biology, director of research and chairman of the Department of Biological, Physical and Human Sciences, with research projects since 1999.

Academic presentations will take place in Loyd Auditorium and its balconies, beginning at 9:30am and continuing throughout the day. Research projects from the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Biblical Studies, Business and Education and Behavioral Sciences will be presented. Students and guests may choose to attend presentations related to their personal interests.

For more information about University Scholars’ Day or research opportunities, visit www.fhu.edu or contact Butterfield at bbutterfield@fhu.edu