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- GWU Alumnus Shares the Wisdom He Learned in Divinity School with Others
- Alumna Has Three Nursing Degrees from Gardner-Webb Hunt School of Nursing
- New Scripture Plaques Serve as Visual Reminder of GWU’s Calling
- Gardner-Webb University to Hold 2019 Summer Commencement on Aug. 3
- GWU Hosts Math Academy Sponsored by Stonecutter Foundation in Spindale, N.C.
- Alumna Was Hired Full Time While Completing Her Degree in Criminal Justice Administration
- Alumna Majored in Theatre and World Religions to Prepare for Ministry
- GWU Alumna’s Research Could Save Thousands of Lives
- Gardner-Webb and Blue Ridge Community College Sign Articulation Agreement
- Gardner-Webb and Southeastern Community College (SCC) partner with TAP program
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Black History Month Archive
Posted on February 19, 2014 | No CommentsGardner-Webb Professor Dr. Eddie Stepp Examines the Early Church in Africa BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. – Black History Month offers an opportunity to reflect upon the significance of religion and the early church in Africa, which some historians believe goes back to the early days of […]
Posted on February 29, 2012 | No Comments“Any time you get people working toward one common goal, things have to happen in a positive light.” -E. Jerome Scott It’s been nearly seventeen years since Jerome Scott, the beloved vice president and dean of student development and the first African-American to serve […]
Posted on February 6, 2012 | No CommentsDiscussion led by CBFNC’s Reconciliation Ministry Team BOILING SPRINGS, N.C.— It’s been more than five decades since the inception of the Civil Rights movement in America, a lifetime since Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s nonviolent revolution against the inequality and injustice that permeated the American […]
Posted on January 31, 2012 | No CommentsIt was 1964 and a young African American named George Surratt was determined to beat the odds. There had never been a black male to attend Gardner-Webb Junior College, but his dream was bigger than historical precedent. It was bigger even than the financial and […]