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The Passing of Orley Herron, Past G.U. President

The Passing of Orley Herron, Past G.U. President

February 15, 2019

Dr. Orley R. Herron Jr., seventh president of Greenville University, left an indelible mark on the institution.
G.U. Forensics Conference Returns In April Following 2018 Success

G.U. Forensics Conference Returns In April Following 2018 Success

February 13, 2019

Greenville University will once again host the G.U. Forensics Conference, April 5-6, 2019, featuring presentations on timely topics in forensic science and criminal justice.
Doubly Blessed: G.U. Benefits from Professor’s Dual Talents

Doubly Blessed: G.U. Benefits from Professor’s Dual Talents

February 01, 2019

G.U.'s Assistant Professor of English Courtney Bailey-Parker landed center stage in a recent St. Louis Post-Dispatch article because of her dual and complementary talents: interpreting literature and acting onstage.
G.U. Students Embrace Expanded Learning About Stereotypes

G.U. Students Embrace Expanded Learning About Stereotypes

January 24, 2019

Students attending the annual Richey Lecture in Social Psychology at St. Louis University came away enriched, enthused and eager to share with peers how to make the most of time spent at an academic conference.
Intern With Postal Inspection Service Offers Tips For A “First Class” Intern Experience

Intern With Postal Inspection Service Offers Tips For A “First Class” Intern Experience

January 21, 2019

Recent grad Sam Barnhart's double major in psychology and criminal justice set the stage for experiential learning with the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.
Harvard U. Invites G.U. Bio-Chem Major Jessie Chappel To Present

Harvard U. Invites G.U. Bio-Chem Major Jessie Chappel To Present

January 11, 2019

Research flowing out of G.U.'s Department of Biology continues to draw interest from the scientific community, this time for junior Jessie Chappel. She is among an elite group of student researchers invited to present in January.
Illustrated Bible Life Features Wayman Article on Luke's Account of the Holy Spirit

Illustrated Bible Life Features Wayman Article on Luke's Account of the Holy Spirit

January 09, 2019

Imagining the Holy Spirit as the main character in the Acts of the Apostles, helps us appreciate the story's powerful plot. A new article by Ben Wayman sheds light on "God the Holy Spirit" as the source of everything the church needs to thrive.
Christiane Zeller '17 Honored for Teaching Excellence

Christiane Zeller '17 Honored for Teaching Excellence

January 07, 2019

G.U.'s School of Education has added another awardee for excellence in teaching to its alumni ranks. Congratulations go to recent graduate, elementary teacher Christiane Zeller '17.
First, Greatest, Best: Talking Ag-Business With Samantha Cooley

First, Greatest, Best: Talking Ag-Business With Samantha Cooley

January 04, 2019

The USDA reports that the U.S. is in the middle of a five-year hiring boom for college grads interested in agribusiness. Nearly half of the opportunities occur in business management. G.U.'s first agribusiness graduate talks about her college to career transition.
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