Viral Photo Sends Biophysical Sciences Senior to D.C. STEM Panel

Anicca Harriot loves science and thinks about it any chance she gets. When the Regent University student was spending some time between classes with friends, she turned a photo with them into a math problem. It quickly went viral, gaining her national experience promoting science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) for minorities. “I thought it …

A Journey to Peace

Anthony Olds ’17 (College of Arts & Sciences) is using past struggles to transform his community’s future. As a youth pastor taking on the challenges of dealing with suicide and depression, Olds found himself leading a movement in Hampton Roads to promote peace through Jesus Christ. The Regent University psychology major overcame academic obstacles to …

A Unique Office with an Original Name

A unique office with an original title, the “Center for Student Happiness” (CSH) is on a mission to support students with specialized services that sets Regent apart. “I’ve never heard of any other place called the Center for Student Happiness,” said Dr. Joseph Umidi, executive vice president of Student Life. “People kind of laugh at …

Dr. Young Choi Speaks at U.S.-Korea Science, Technology & Entrepreneurship Event

Dr. Young B. Choi of Regent University’s College of Arts and Sciences attended the 2016 U.S.-Korea Conference of Science, Technology, and Entrepreneurship (UKC), August 10-13, at Hyatt Regency DFW in Dallas, Texas. The UKC was organized by the Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA) established in 1971 as a non-profit professional organization. KSEA has grown …

More Than Just a Writing Center

Whether online or on campus, undergraduate, graduate or doctoral, Regent University students looking for academic support have a new resource. The Academic Support Center combines Regent’s existing Writing Center and Math Tutoring Center and houses them together, now just outside of the library. It’s open from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and …

Psychology Student and Surfing Champion

Accomplished competitive surfer Josh Holland isn’t allowing waves to get between himself, his schoolwork and his hobby. The Regent University freshman placed first in open stand up paddle-boarding and longboarding at the East Coast Surfing Championship at Virginia Beach Oceanfront. It’s one of the biggest surfing contests in North America, and it’s held annually just …

Clubs to Fit Anyone’s Interests

From government to film-making, from business to dance, Regent University has clubs to fit anyone’s interests. After the annual Founders Chapel on Wednesday, August 24, the Student Activity Board (SAB) greeted undergraduate students to show them what clubs, organizations and ministries Regent offers. “One thing that is great about Regent is that they encourage student …

A Charge to the First Honors Class

After essays, interviews, careful consideration and eventually acceptance, 14 members of Regent University’s first Honors Class in the College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) met one another on Move-In Day, Monday, August 15. They’ll be journeying together through a rigorous academic program that will teach them in the tradition of great questions, great books, applied …

One Regent, Two Generations

Patti Taylor graduated from what was known as CBN University in 1987 after completing its film and television program. “It is amazing!” said Patti Taylor, ’87. “I had not been back in years and I came a couple of years ago so my daughter could tour the campus, and I was totally blown away by …

Largest Freshman Class Moves onto Campus

Directing cars and unloading gear, Move in Day volunteers greeted students from the largest freshmen class in Regent University’s history to their first year. “We had a couple of cars where we would be unloading the car, and all of a sudden four other people would come over and we’d get it done in one …

 

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