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Bookstore – The Scarlet and Grey Shop
The Scarlet and Grey Shop Huntingdon’s bookstore, the Scarlet and Grey Shop, opened in its new location in the Phyllis and Gene Stanaland House at Huntingdon College, 1140 E. Fairview
Huntingdon Leadership Academy wraps up third year
Forty high school juniors and seniors participated in Huntingdon College’s Huntingdon Leadership Academy from June 25-30 this summer. These students, from all across the state of Alabama and the panhandle of Florida, explored their callings during HLA and gained new and deepened understanding of faith, theology, and their role in God’s work on earth. HLA connects the Alabama-West Florida Conference, as well as the North Alabama Conference, with Huntingdon College and Duke Divinity School in efforts to engage high school students with their vocation.
Brianne Smith honored with AICPA Standing Ovation Award
Huntingdon College accounting professor Brianne Smith was one of 16 CPAs under age 40 honored by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) with the second annual Personal Financial Planning Standing Ovation, recognizing her professional contributions to personal financial planning. Smith was honored at the AICPA’s Advanced Personal Financial Planning Conference in Las Vegas, part of AICPA ENGAGE.
Students explore careers in health sciences
Seventeen Alabama high school seniors participated in the first annual Huntingdon College Health Sciences Academy earlier this month.
Students trained in economic and community development
Twenty-five rising high school seniors representing most regions of Alabama were part of the first annual Huntingdon College Economic and Community Development Scholars Program earlier this month.
President West announces appointments
I am pleased to announce the promotion of Dean of Students Fran Taylor to Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, effective June 1. I am also pleased to announce the promotion of Su Ofe to Vice President for Marketing and Communications, effective June 1.
The Talon, June 1, 2017
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Dr. Anna McEwan joins College as Provost
Huntingdon College President J. Cameron West announced today the appointment of Dr. Anna McEwan as provost and dean of the college. She will begin July 1.
Evening Program announces Spring 2017 Dean’s List
At the end of each semester, the Huntingdon College Registrar’s Office issues a list of students enrolled in the College’s Evening Bachelor’s Degree program who have achieved academic distinction in their coursework during the semester and have earned inclusion on the program’s Dean’s List of Honors.
Spring 2017 Dean’s List Honorees Announced
The Huntingdon College Office of the Registrar has issued the lists of full-time day students whose academic performance during the spring semester 2017 qualified for recognition on the College’s Dean’s List of Honors or Dean’s List of High Honors.
Sullivan Award presented to Karl and Brenda Stegall
Huntingdon College President J. Cameron West and the College’s Board of Trustees honored Karl and Brenda Stegall with the Mary Mildred Sullivan Award earlier today.
Graduation Weekend 2017
2017 Commencement Exercises Traditional Day Commencement Exercises The 2017 Commencement Address and 2016–2017 Stallworth Lecture in the Liberal Arts, “Civic Engagement: Millennial Power in a Boomer Nation,” was delivered by
Evening Studies Program Class of 2017 Graduates
Huntingdon College graduated its largest class in College history, Saturday, May 6. Evening Bachelor’s Degree graduates, combined with traditional day graduates, totaled more than 300 in the Class of 2017.
Huntingdon graduates largest class in College history
Members of the Huntingdon College Class of 2017 collected their diplomas in two separate ceremonies Saturday, May 6. With day and evening graduates combined, this is the first time Huntingdon graduates in a single year have totaled more than 300 students.
Construction of new soccer and softball fields begins
Huntingdon College breaks ground today on the College’s southeast corner, where new soccer and softball fields will be constructed.
New band facility under construction
Huntingdon College’s Marching Scarlet and Grey, with plans for a 100-member roster this fall, will have a new practice facility as classes begin in August.
Huntingdon prepares for Graduation Weekend
Huntingdon College’s Class of 2017 will collect their diplomas in two separate commencement ceremonies to be held Saturday, May 6, on the College Green.
Huntingdon establishes professional classroom at Dozier
The Huntingdon College Department of Teacher Education and Dozier Elementary School have established a professional classroom at Dozier for the purpose of preparing future literacy educators. The partnership was celebrated last week at the school.
Appointments announced for Chaplain, Leadership Academy
Huntingdon College President J. Cameron West and Alabama-West Florida Conference Bishop David Graves released a joint statement Friday on the appointment of two Huntingdon alumni who will return to the College to serve on staff.
2017 Awards Convocation honors scholarship, service
Academic and student life programs at Huntingdon College presented awards for scholarship and service during the annual Awards Convocation held Friday, April 21.