The coming years at Hardin-Simmons will be filled with renovations and construction, as the university continues to grow. As we look forward to exciting new developments at HSU, it’s fun to look back at some memorable construction projects that changed the HSU campus forever.
Hardin-Simmons University is proud to announce that Drs. Janelle and Dennis O’Connell, professors of physical therapy at HSU, have been selected to receive the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Humanitarian Award.
Travel courses are a way for students to experience new places, but for Dr. Priscilla Selvaraj, a May term trip to India was going home. Selvaraj led six students from May 15-26 for a Psychology class titled “Discovering Self through Experiencing Diversity.”
The Hardin-Simmons choir has returned to America after performing songs such as “Amazing Grace,” “Not One Sparrow is Forgotten,” and “Schubert Mass in G,” for a choral festival in Florence, Italy for Mid-America Productions.
Hardin-Simmons University’s Threshold is a much-anticipated summer program that takes place every year. It is designed to “provide challenge and enrichment” for advanced and gifted learners. Students are given the opportunity to learn about a wide variety of topics and have experiences beyond what is provided by regular school programs.
The Kelley College of Business (KCOB) at HSU “supplies a noticeably Christian environment in which students learn how to build a life of meaning within the context of a business career.”
On May 31, HSU Alumni Brittany and Meguell Suell hosted a launch party for their company, Ezer Snacks, and their 1-minute protein cake.
Senior Elizabeth Bygel exemplifies the academic excellence and Christlike spirit that HSU aims to represent. She is well known on campus for her involvement in many clubs and activities, and her caring heart and joyful demeanor.
On Saturday, June 1, Hardin-Simmons Alumni Relations hosted Hardin-Simmons Day at the Texas Rangers. Tickets were sold online and custom HSU-themed Texas Rangers caps were given to the first 1,000 people who purchased a ticket.