“While I met many wonderful people, I did not always feel heard and, therefore, did not feel important.”
Feelings such as this were at the heart of an event to discuss the history and future of race... Race Relations Panel Discussion with Jones, McNeal, Saunders and Sylman
The Hebrews 11:4 Lecture by H.A. Dixon (by video) for the 84th Annual Bible Lectureship. The Hebrews 11:4 Lecture
During the week of FHU’s Annual Bible Lectureship Wed., Feb. 5 at 4:30 p.m. in Loyd Auditorium, The Christian Chronicle will host a live panel to discuss the topic of church shootings and how churches... Christian Chronicle Live: Church Shootings Panel
Dr. Greg Massey, department chair of history, philosophy and political studies, wrote a book entitled "The Grace of God: The Story of Freed-Hardeman University." This book highlights FHU's history, just... Dr. Greg Massey Publishes Book Highlighting 150 Years of FHU
The Freed-Hardeman University Annual Bible Lectureship will introduce several new seasons in February 2020. This year, there will be a songleading workshop, a series on Bible translations, a special Hebrews... New Sessions Coming to Lectureship 2020
Freed-Hardeman University will host the 84th Annual Bible Lectureship Feb. 2-6, 2020. This year's theme is "Our Place in His Story: Remembering the Past, Anticipating the Future." To learn more, visit... FHU to Host 84th Annual Lectureship
President Donald Trump's decision to kill Iranian leader Qasem Soleimani in a drone strike flouted both American and international law.
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... Your Gifts: His Glory - Joel Turner
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.... Your Gifts: His Glory - Brown Legacy Research Team
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... Your Gifts: His Glory - Ellie Leonard
Matthew Johnson is a Bible, English and Pre-Engineering major that spent ten weeks working with Georgia Tech research and graduate students to create microfluidic devices using nanotechnology. Your Gifts: His Glory - Matthew Johnson
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,... Your Gifts: His Glory - Wayne Baker
Sigma Rho partners with Manna Christian School in the Dominican Republic, to mentor and disciple children and teenagers in the area. Sigma Rho Dominican Republic Mission Trip
Students from FHU’s Nursing program traveled to Cusco, Peru to provide health screenings for families in the area. FHU Nursing Peru Mission Trip
Members Xi Chi Delta brought together students from all over campus to beautify the girl’s bathroom at Chester County Middle School. Xi Chi Delta Girls Bathroom Renovation
Every Spring, a group of students in Chi Beta Chi travel to Honduras where they spend time evangelizing, providing a free clinic and building homes in the communities they serve. Chi Beta Chi Honduras Mission Trip
FHU’s photography department partnered with the Regional Inter-Faith Association to provide free photos and styling. FHU Photography Department Help Portrait
Thank you for helping celebrate a story 150 years in the making — a story that has been written by thousands of individuals during different seasons of their lives — a story of faith, scholarship, service,... Celebrating 150 Years
Brooke Pace became a star last summer by returning home to Augusta, Georgia, for a summer internship. The senior biochemistry major found herself immersed in the world of biomedical research through a nine-week internship at Augusta University as a part of their Student Training and Research (STAR) program.
Freed-Hardeman University has selected six students to perform this year as the Ambassadors. The acappella group, under the direction of Austin England, sings a variety of contemporary and classic Christian music, as well as several popular, secular melodies.
“Working for Congressman Marsha Blackburn (R, Seventh District, Tennessee) was such a dream,” Freed-Hardeman University senior Sutherland Shrader said about her summer internship in Washington, D.C. The public relations major from Columbia, Tennessee, spent eight weeks in the nation’s capital working with Blackburn’s communications director.
A Freed-Hardeman University student has won a poster competition at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Nuclear Engineering Science Laboratory Synthesis Program (NESLS). Hunter Heffington, an FHU junior majoring in chemistry and pre-engineering, took first place among 43 interns, most of whom were master’s level or doctoral students.
Thanks to the generosity of Freed-Hardeman University, Chester County band students now have additional percussion instruments for their drumline. According to Chester County Director of Bands Jennifer Cupples, both the junior high and high school bands will benefit from the additional drums.
Freed-Hardeman University has unveiled a new athletic logo, the result of a year of collaboration among athletes, staff and a creative team.
Freed-Hardeman University will begin the new academic year Aug. 23 with the 18th annual ceremonial Tolling of the Bell. Current president David Shannon, along with three former FHU presidents, will officially ring in the year during 10:30 a.m. chapel in Loyd Auditorium.
Freed-Hardeman University students will be “welcomed home” Saturday, Aug. 19, when residence halls open for new students. However, campus leaders and athletes participating in fall sports have already arrived.
Freed-Hardeman University expects a “RUSH” of visitors Sept. 29-Oct. 1 for its annual event for middle and high school students. Approximately 2,000 guests are anticipated for RUSH (Reaching Unlimited Spiritual Heights), specifically designed to help students grow closer to God and one another.
Tim Tebow, professional baseball and football icon, will speak at the Freed-Hardeman University Benefit Dinner Friday night, Dec. 1, 2017. Last year the annual event raised almost $1.7 million for student scholarships at FHU.
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