Dr. Choi Chosen to be Korean-American University Professors Association VP

An organization that supports scholarship and social interaction for Korean-American professors selected a Regent University associate professor to be its vice president. Dr. Young Choi of Regent’s College of Arts & Sciences will serve at least one year in the elected role for the Korean-American University Professors Association (KAUPA). He’s been a member of the …

Honors Program Students Discuss Faith and Public Service with Attorney General John Ashcroft

Students in Regent University’s undergraduate Honors Program participate in special activities to enhance their learning experience. Tuesday, February 7, they had the privilege of spending time with former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft, who has served as a distinguished professor of law and government at Regent for over a dozen years. Ashcroft spoke about the …

Regent Now Home to Competing Athletes After First Track Meet

For the first time since opening in 1978, Regent University is officially home to intercollegiate competing athletes. Coach Ayanna Reece led a team of more than 40 track and field athletes to the Christopher Newport Captains Invitational Saturday, January 21 in Newport News, Virginia. “It was awesome,” said Reece. “The anticipation, excitement, time and dedication that we …

Regent Undergrad Receives New VA Cybersecurity Scholarship

A Regent University cybersecurity student is among the first in Virginia to earn the new Cybersecurity Public Service Scholarship from the Commonwealth of Virginia. Nathan Mowry ’18, College of Arts & Sciences (CAS), is Regent’s first student in the university’s undergraduate cybersecurity program. Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe says 36,000 open jobs in cybersecurity makes it …

Regent IDS Program Best in Virginia

When it comes to preparing undergraduate students to become teachers, Regent University recently received a high ranking. The National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) takes an in-depth look annually into the particulars of teacher preparation for hundreds of colleges and universities nationally. A 2016 report places Regent University’s pre-kindergarten through 6th grade Interdisciplinary Studies (IDS) …

Regent Grad Recognized for Selfless Devotion in Providing Emergency Services

An international organization is recognizing a Regent graduate for his selfless devotion and outstanding contributions to emergency management. Jim Redick ’04 (College of Arts & Sciences) traveled to Savannah, Georgia to receive the Clayton R. Christopher Memorial Award. He joined thousands of others on October 18, 2016 for the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) …

Regent Hosts Annual Regional Moot Court Tournament

Regent University hosted the Mid Atlantic American Moot Court Association (AMCA) tournament the weekend of November 4, 2016. Students in the Regent University Debate Association (RUDA) from the College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) registered five teams, two of which earned third and fourth place in the regional competition. Three students, Alexandria Cross, Ronald Pantalena, …

Undergraduate Students Present Business Plans

Regent University College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) business major Ericken Moore has had a recording studio in his home for six years. When tasked with putting together a business plan and presenting the plan to nine entrepreneurs, it was a natural choice for a future business. He thought big and came up with what …

 

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