With advising week down the line, here are a few tips and advice from Steve Stogsdill, associate professor of communication, to make the advising experience much better and successful.
Hardin-Simmons leads the ASC with the highest number of student-athletes to receive Academic All-Conference honors.
Dr. Meredith Stone, Assistant Professor of Scripture and Ministry published a book a few months ago focused on the book of Esther entitled Empire and Gender in LXX Esther. The book was published by Society of Biblical Literature Press, as a part of their “Early Judaism and Its Literature” series.
From her hometown in Highland Village, Texas, senior Kenne Kessler has brought nothing but cheer to Hardin-Simmons by showing her hard work and dedication for the soccer and her team. Her game was proven to improve each year, and now HSU is excited to announce that the Cowgirl has signed a professional contract to play with the Spanish soccer club Villarreal CF.
Dr. Travis Craver, HSU’s Director of Chapel and Spiritual Formation, has been named one of the Abilene Young Professionals’ 20 under 40 for 2019. This program honors 20 local professionals under the age of 40 who are succeeding in their field each year.
The Health Sciences Summer Enrichment Program is a two-week summer camp devoted to those who would like to pursue a health-related career on HSU.
The Hardin-Simmons Theatre Department is bringing drama to the mainstage with their rendition of Time Stands Still. The production will have showings at 7:30 PM on February 7 to February 9, and at 2:30 PM on February 10.
The Leadership Studies Program turned 25 years old this academic year, and its students celebrated in some big ways. The program serves to teach students how to be successful leaders through a variety of experiences both in and outside of the classroom.
According to Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas, Inc. (ICUT), Hardin-Simmons’ economic impact on the local community was $115,661,617 in direct and induced university spending in 2018.