Aug 11, 2021

Freed-Hardeman University president David R. Shannon opened the Connect Conference Wednesday evening, June 2, 2021, at the Crieve Hall Church of Christ in Nashville.

Your Gifts: His Glory - Brown Research Team

Aug 23, 2019

The Brown Legacy Research Team was a group of business school students who came together to conduct research on the legacy of John and Rosemary Brown, FHU alumni and founders of the Stryker Corporation. The studied the Brown’s impact on the business world and their management and leadership styles.

Your Gifts: His Glory - Joel Turner

Aug 23, 2019

Joel Turner is a biology major who spent his Summer working at Oak Ridge National Laboratories in East Tennessee. He worked with researchers to recreate the environment of the human mouth for a project funded by the National Institute of Health to help fight gum disease.

Your Gifts: His Glory - Ellie Leonard

Aug 23, 2019

Ellie Leornard is a Bachelor of Fine Arts student who has learned to trust God with the details of her life while using the gifts He has given her. Ellie used those gifts to paint the 2019 Lectureship painting that shows Moses parting the Red Sea and delivering the children of Israel out of Egypt. Studying art and its history had grown and strengthened her as a person.

Your Gifts: His Glory - Keith Mattix

Aug 23, 2019

Keith Mattix is a Computer Science major with a passion for using artificial intelligence for social good. He has seen how it can be used to aid hurricane relief efforts and has worked to create his own artificial intelligence network through our a.i. course on campus. He continues his work and research, so that one day people can use if to further God’s kingdom by helping those in need.

Your Gifts: His Glory - Matthew Johnson

Aug 23, 2019

Matthew Johnson is a Bible, English and Pre-Engineering major that spent ten weeks working with Georgia Tech researched and graduate students to create microfluidic devices using nano technology.

Your Gifts: His Glory - Wayne Baker

Aug 23, 2019

Wayne Baker is a Biology major who worked on the continuation of a multi-year, multi-capture study of the local turtle population. He and the team studied the growth and change of the turtle population, the size of individual turtles and more while gaining experience in field research.