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Former Softballer Hug Fields New Challenges as Foster Mom

Former Softballer Hug Fields New Challenges as Foster Mom

January 18, 2019

"Predictably unpredictable" describes recent grad Emi Hug's work caring for young victims of domestic violence. Her training in psychology and experiences as a Lady Panther help her field challenges daily.
G.U. Coach Brian Patton to join NCCAA Hall of Fame on May 30

G.U. Coach Brian Patton to join NCCAA Hall of Fame on May 30

January 17, 2019

Greenville University head men's and women's cross country and track and field coach Brian Patton will be inducted into the NCCAA Hall of Fame as a member of the Class of 2019.
Publications Feature Navas' Account of 2017 Earthquake

Publications Feature Navas' Account of 2017 Earthquake

January 15, 2019

Mauricio and Faith Marie Navas' account of the devastating earthquake that hit Mexico City in 2017 has appeared in multiple publications. "It took us many months to revisit the experience as a family," says Mauricio, who participated in the rescue effort and praises the overwhelming volunteer effort by youth.
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.
Professor and Author Terrell Carter Will Join G.U. As Chief Diversity Officer

Professor and Author Terrell Carter Will Join G.U. As Chief Diversity Officer

January 09, 2019

Pastor, professor, artist and community leader Terrell Carter brings a wealth of experience to the role of chief diversity officer at Greenville University.
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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