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) …

School of Psychology & Counseling Dean Continues Work with APA

Dr. William Hathaway, dean of the School of Psychology & Counseling (SPC), will continue his work representing Christian psychologists while building relationships with workers in the field from all walks of life. He’s served for three years on a non-renewable seat for the American Psychological Association (APA) Commission on Accreditation and has been nominated and …

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, …

Post Election Panel Predicts President Trump’s Administration’s Impact

As the dust settles after the 2016 presidential election, experts in the Robertson School of Government (RSG) shared their perspectives of its outcome. Four professors presented their opinions on President-elect Donald Trump’s impact on the federal court system, the role women played in electing him, and his administration’s impact on the military. A crowded room …

Having a Political Party to Watch Results

In the midst of the intensity of election night on November 8, Regent University’s Robertson School of Government (RSG) concentrated the excitement into one room in Robertson Hall where students and faculty gathered to watch election returns together. “It is so wonderful being among a group of people who are so excited about the election, …

Dr. Redmer Receives Award for Faith Integration

Despite canceling its conference in October 2016 because of Hurricane Matthew, the Christian Business Faculty Association (CBFA) still presented its annual awards to faculty, one of whom is a long-time member of the organization and a professor in Regent University’s School of Business & Leadership (SBL). The organization awarded Dr. Timothy Redmer with its Johnson …

 

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