School of Education Doctoral Candidate Transforms School Environment

Roanoke City [Virginia] Schools recently announced that their graduation rate had jumped from 57 percent to 87 percent—thanks in large part to the work of Forest Park Academy and its Program Director, Eric Anderson. Anderson, a doctoral candidate in Regent University’s School of Education, has been hard at work, turning the school into a welcoming …

Student Researchers Explore the Role of Humility in Romantic Relationships

Research and publication are the standard fare for scholars and university faculty worldwide. Exchanging ideas is a centuries-old academic tradition, but for one group of Regent University School of Psychology & Counseling (SPC) students, the opportunity to collaborate on a recent research study led to something they hadn’t anticipated—visibility outside of their academic community. In …

Law Students Take First Place at International Competition

Typically, the month before graduation from law school, most students are thinking about final exams and graduation ceremonies while anticipating preparation for the bar exam – but not Regent University School of Law students Chelsea Mack and Natasha Delille. From April 15-23, these two third-year law students participated in – and won first place – …

Marketing Course Opens Doors to Community Service for MBA Students

When Master of Business Administration (MBA) students Otoniel Collins and Leslee McCoy agreed to help Hope Charitable Services develop a marketing plan for one of their new community initiatives, the duo thought they would be donating a few hours of service that would ultimately earn them course credit. But, what these Regent University School of …

 

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