Dr. Brandon Lanciloti, assistant professor of accounting at Freed-Hardeman University, has been named 2019-2020 director and program chair of the Tennessee Society of Accounting Educators (TSAE). His responsibilities include creating the program and selecting speakers for the 2020 conference.
Dr. Ryan Hysmith, Freed-Hardeman University assistant professor of finance, has been selected to serve on the editorial board for the Journal of Technical Analysis (JOTA).
When Freed-Hardeman University alumni, prospective students, parents and friends come to campus Nov. 8-10 for Homecoming, they will find a full slate of activities to help them celebrate the current university as well as its history.
Freed-Hardeman University theatre will present two plays dealing with the importance of religious community on alternating days in October.
The May 2019 cohort of nursing graduates at Freed-Hardeman University have all passed the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) on their first attempt, according to Chris White, director of the FHU nursing program. The 47 students outperformed the national average of students taking the exam.
A Union City pediatrician will speak to Freed-Hardeman University’s Ethics Colloquium at 7:00pm Monday night, Sept. 30, 2019, in Ayers Auditorium. Dr. John Bates will discuss medical mistrust with students in FHU’s Pre-Health Arts Program (PHAP).
Freed-Hardeman University and Chester County High School have amended their dual enrollment agreement to include a new program begun this year at CCHS. Teaching as a Profession (TAP) will allow eligible students to get a head start on completing a four-year degree, qualifying them to teach in Tennessee schools and saving themselves both time and money.
Dr. Rick Brumback, Freed-Hardeman University Bible professor and a narrator of Bible Land Passages, a documentary series, recently presented a paper of original research at the 18th International Conference on Patristics Studies at Oxford University.
Approximately 2,000 middle and high school students are expected to converge on the campus of Freed-Hardeman University Sept. 27-29, 2019, for RUSH, an acronym for Reaching Unlimited Spiritual Heights. Students will attend classes and lectures designed to enhance spiritual growth and enjoy fellowship opportunities, all in an effort to help them draw closer to God and to one another.
Freed-Hardeman University has moved up eight spots in the 2020 U.S. News and World Report ranking of colleges and universities, making this the second consecutive year FHU has made major gains in the standings. In the past two years, the university has moved up 15 spots.
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