Harding University

News & Events (2014)

  • Concert Lyceum Series continues with The Rhodes Show

  • Young Adult Author Series presents Gordon Korman

  • HU to honor alumni during Homecoming weekend

  • ASI announces former prime minister as final speaker

  • Homecoming to offer weekend of activities

  • HST dean announces resignation; new dean announced

  • COBA to present fifth annual Faith & Business Symposium

  • Harding to present “Shrek the Musical”

  • Provost names director of sponsored programs

  • Football team to dedicate new scoreboard

  • M.S.N. degree program to begin accepting applications

  • Student hits half-court shot for half tuition

  • Harding ranks among best Christian colleges and 100 college buys

  • College of Pharmacy to facilitate Medication Cleanout

  • ASI Distinguished Lecture Series features Col. Lee Ellis

  • College of Arts and Humanities hosts Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer

  • Students commemorate 9/11

  • U.S. News ranks Harding among South’s best for 21st year

  • Harding posts another record undergraduate enrollment

  • Concert Lyceum Series kicks off with Gustavo Romero

  • 2014-15 ASI Lecture Series announced

  • University announces new director of oral communications

  • Provost appoints new registrar

  • Pharmacy professor selected for scholars program

  • PT program awarded full accreditation; graduates inaugural class

  • Harding to host Special Olympics Arkansas summer games

  • New Carr College of Nursing dean announced

  • Dean of honors college announced

  • Commencement set for May 10

  • New COAH department chairs named

  • Provost names new department chairperson

  • Dr. Ben Carson concludes ASI lecture series

  • Dean of nursing college to step down from position

  • Young Adult Author Series to feature Christopher Paul Curtis

  • University hosts storm spotters course

  • College of Pharmacy participates in Script Your Future

  • Lt. Col. Dave Grossman tackles violence among youth

  • WINGS conference for women celebrates 20 years

  • Former major league baseball pitcher visits campus

  • University hosts annual ATNBC Conference

  • Stevens Art Gallery hosts traveling art exhibit

  • CIO featured in technology magazine

  • Chorus featured after spontaneous zoo performance

  • Students named to dean’s list

  • Quink to continue Concert Lyceum Series

  • University to host Young Adult Author Series professional development workshop

  • New PA program medical director named

  • Student killed in auto accident

  • University ranked as top college for teacher education

  • Arkansas Symphony Orchestra to conclude Lyceum series

  • News & Events (2013)

  • More than 400 graduate at December commencement

  • New chemistry department chair named

  • New music department chair named

  • New library director announced

  • Margaret Peterson Haddix kicks off Young Adult Author Series

  • Carr College of Nursing announces graduate nursing degree program

  • COBA to present fourth annual Faith and Business Symposium

  • Campus mourns loss of graduate student

  • College of Bible and Ministry to host Israeli archaeologist

  • Dr. Linda Thompson selected for academic journal editorial board

  • University ranks among 100 best college buys and Christian colleges

  • University hosts 90th annual Lectureship

  • Harding University president inaugurated

  • Students commemorate 9/11

  • U.S. News ranks Harding University among South’s best for 20th year

  • Harding posts another record undergraduate enrollment

  • New faculty welcomed to campus

  • Professors and students published in academic journal

  • Students develop leadership skills at National Leadership Forum

  • Searcy Summer Dinner Theatre kicks off 31st season

  • Texas minister named vice president at Harding School of Theology

  • Arkansas Governor addresses Girls State

  • University to hold ceremonial key exchange

  • New appointments announced within student life

  • Family life education program approval renewed

  • Appointments announced

  • Building named for retiring president

  • Duck Commander offers students real-world business experience

  • Associated Women for Harding honor Harding University first lady

  • Chapel services held in honor of retiring president

  • College of Pharmacy to facilitate Medication Cleanout

  • Combined choruses to perform annual concert

  • Orchestra and Wind Ensemble to perform

  • Staff members receive awards for distinguished service

  • Faculty receive awards for teacher achievement

  • Northwest Arkansas Professional Center to hold open house

  • ASI Lecture Series concludes with president and CEO of Wal-Mart U.S.

  • Cynthia Lord to conclude Young Adult Author Series

  • El Dorado minister named vice president of church relations

  • College of Pharmacy to facilitate Medication Cleanout

  • Chorus to perform Carmina Burana

  • Students plan for annual day of service

  • Harding wins top awards at annual conference

  • New minor offered for fall 2013

  • Chris Brubeck and Triple Play to conclude Lyceum series

  • Theatre department to perform “Smash!”

  • Finance team places top 16 in research challenge championship

  • University celebrates 40th annual Spring Sing

  • Graduate team places in statewide business plan competition

  • College of Pharmacy to host bone marrow drive

  • Speech-language pathology graduate program granted full accreditation

  • 40th annual Spring Sing set for March 28-30

  • Grammy winning group to continue Lyceum series

  • Chris Crutcher to continue Young Adult Author Series

  • Associated Women for Harding to host princess and super hero party

  • University to host 19th annual WINGS conference for women

  • ASI Lecture series continues with Stephen Moore

  • Sharon Draper to continue Young Adult Author Series

  • Harding University announces lyceum and theater lineup

  • College of Pharmacy to host bone marrow drive

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    Searcy, Arkansas 72149

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