Author: Regent University

What’s the Difference Between a B.A. & B.S. in Psychology?

By Sarah Nguyen Thinking about entering the field of psychology and wondering which degree program—Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or Bachelor of Science (B.S.)—is right for you? At first glance it may seem like the difference between a B.A. in Psychology and B.S. is just one letter, but it’s actually much more than that. See What Regent …

Regent Offers Counseling, Services to Families Affected by Mass Shooting

By Sarah Nguyen VIRGINIA BEACH, Va.— Regent faculty are helping bring critical relief to victims’ families and first responders following a mass shooting last Friday at the Municipal Center that left 12 dead and several injured — one of the deadliest in the country this year. “It’s just an overwhelming amount of grief,” said Dr. …

Why Does Improving My Writing Matter … and How Can I Improve Mine?

By Katie Llewellyn What do the following things have in common? A thorough contract, inspiring poetry, witty social media posts, groundbreaking research studies, and a love letter. If you guessed “writing,” then you get a gold star! Writing is the foundation of most of our communication, both in school and otherwise, and is used to provide …

Regent University Awarded 2019 InfoSec Award by Cyber Defense Magazine

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (March 4, 2019) – Regent University has been named today as a recipient of the InfoSec Award for 2019 by Cyber Defense Magazine (CDM), the industry’s leading electronic information security magazine. Regent joins Herjavec Group, TTES, NSA.gov, Darktrace and HelpSystems in the “Trailblazing” category. Some 200 organizations were honored out of nearly …

CBN Christmas Village Lights Up Regent University’s Campus

By Julie Taylor, Daily Runner Correspondent The Christian Broadcasting Network’s (CBN) first ever Christmas Village attracted scores of visitors to Regent University’s Virginia Beach, Virginia campus. The free event featured two weekends of dazzling displays of Christmas lights, more than 40 vendors, the area’s largest Christmas tree, and numerous children’s activities. The celebration was planned …

Regent Students Host Operation Christmas Child Packing Party

by Chloe Kasper, Daily Runner Correspondent On November 13, 2018, Samaritan’s Purse partnered with Regent University’s Office of Alumni Relations & Special Events for the annual Operation Christmas Child assembling event in the University Library atrium. With Christmas melodies filtering through the atrium’s speakers, the place filled with warmth and cheer as volunteers came together …