Educational Leadership Graduate Celebrates 25 Years of Teaching and Plans to Pursue Administration Role

Sharon Bullock ’17 (School of Education) has been teaching for 25 years in Portsmouth Public Schools — 12 years in kindergarten and 13 years in preschool. As a recent Regent University graduate with a master’s in Educational Leadership, Bullock is ready to take her career to the next level by pursuing a position in administration, …

DSL Program Provided Practical Knowledge for Virginia Beach Deputy City Manager

When Dr. Kenneth Chandler ’15 (School of Business & Leadership) was searching for a program beyond his master’s degree, he knew he wanted something different — he wanted answers. After a preview event at Regent University where he learned about the hands-on experience the Doctor of Strategic Leadership (DSL) offers, Chandler was sold. The knowledge …

MPA Student Receives Scholarship from the Hampton Roads Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration

On Thursday, May 18, the Hampton Roads Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration (HR-ASPA) awarded their Chapter scholarship to Taniesha “Tanny” Simmons ’18, Robertson School of Government. The scholarship recognizes excellence in public service and takes into consideration work experience, extracurricular activities in civic and community development, career goals and overall academic performance …

Psychology & Counseling Professors Return to China with Students to Promote Healthy Marriages

This spring, from April 26 to May 6, Regent University School of Psychology & Counseling (SPC) professors Dr. Jennifer Ripley and Dr. James Sells returned to China for an ongoing project to promote healthy marriages. Accompanied by a team of Regent students, they provided training and community-based counseling to local church pastors and Christian counselors …

Business Student Receives President’s Volunteer Service Award While Serving Overseas in Iraq

A Regent University student, currently on active duty in Iraq, recently earned the President’s Volunteer Service Award, one of the highest civilian honors for community service, from the U.S. Navy. Eric Millisor ’18, College of Arts & Sciences (CAS), received presidential recognition through his selfless acts of community service and commitment to helping others. He …

Former Linebacker for New England Patriots and SBL Alumnus Recognized by Forbes as Top Leadership and Business Coach

Dr. Jason Carthen ’09 (School of Business & Leadership) has lived by the simple rule of charting his own course. Now, through Jason Carthen Enterprises, a training and organizational development firm, he has made a career of encouraging others to do the same. Carthen was recently recognized by Forbes as one of the top leadership …

Regent University School of Education Alumna Named President of Wesley Seminary at Indiana Wesleyan University

Dr. Colleen Derr ’13 (School of Education) has been named president of Wesley Seminary at Indiana Wesleyan University. Derr will provide leadership and vision to the seminary, and she credits her time at Regent as being paramount to her preparation for this task. “Wesley Seminary has grown to a little over 500 students in 10 …

 

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