Dr. Kyo Jhin, the CEO of the Global Initiative on Computers for Schools, an organization with a goal to provide 500,000 computers for schools in 60 developing countries, returned to Freed-Hardeman University Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018.
Dr. John Simmons, a retired physician from Columbia, Tennessee, spoke to health arts majors Monday evening, Sept. 24, at Freed-Hardeman University. He discussed bioethics as a part of the university’s ALUMination Day. Simmons is a 1972 graduate of Freed-Hardeman.
As the Henderson/Chester County Chamber of Commerce finalizes preparations for thousands of attendees for the 41st Annual BBQ Festival, Freed-Hardeman University is set to host about 2,000 middle and high school students for RUSH (Reaching Unlimited Spiritual Heights). Both events will have full schedules Friday, Sept. 28, and Saturday, Sept. 29. RUSH guests, seventh through 12th graders and their chaperones, will conclude their weekend with worship at FHU’s Loyd Auditorium Sunday, Sept. 30 at 8:00am.
Enrollment at Freed-Hardeman University for the 2018 fall semester has set university records, according to FHU President David Shannon. The undergraduate total of 1,548 is an all-time high. The fall-to-fall retention rate for first-time freshmen rose to 82 percent and for all students to 86 percent, both institutional highs.
Thomas A. Vick, Indiana attorney, will speak at Freed-Hardeman University’s 10:30am chapel service Monday, Sept. 24, in Loyd Auditorium as a part of the school’s second annual ALUMination Day. The public is invited to his chapel presentation.
The fall ethics colloquium hosted by Freed-Hardeman University’s Pre-professional Health Arts Program is set for Sept. 24 at 5:30pm in Ayers Auditorium. It is designed specifically for students enrolled in nursing and pre-professional health arts.
Freed-Hardeman University has added nine faculty members to its Henderson and Dickson teaching staff for the Fall 2018 semester.
Online MBA has ranked Freed-Hardeman University’s online Master of Business Administration program 11th in the state, according to its most recent rankings.
Freed-Hardeman University’s chief financial officer and executive vice president Dwayne Wilson will step down from his administrative role and again join the ranks of the College of Business faculty for the Spring 2019 semester, according to FHU President David Shannon. The university will begin the search for his replacement in September.
Freed-Hardeman University students majoring in the health sciences will have the opportunity to hear from professionals in various fields Saturday morning, Aug. 25, at the FHU College of Arts and Sciences’ annual “Prescription for Success.” The event will begin at 9:30am in Ayers Auditorium and conclude at noon.
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