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- GWU School of Divinity and The Center for Healthy Churches Announce Partnership
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- GWU Research Scholar Develops Protocol to Test Accuracy of Tracking Devices
- GWU School of Education is No. 1 in N.C. for Educational Leadership and Administration
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Posted on June 12, 2019 | No CommentsMakenzie Reynolds ’18 Studies Analytical Chemistry in Doctoral Program After attending a larger college for a year, Makenzie Reynolds ’18 transferred to Gardner-Webb University because of the smaller school setting. “I thought back to a visit I had at GWU when I was in […]
Posted on May 4, 2018 | No CommentsMiriam Downing Thor ’12 Works in N.C. School System, Set to Publish First Novella Miriam Downing Thor, a 2012 alumna of Gardner-Webb University, has a career she loves and is also pursuing her dream to become a published author. An American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter […]
Posted on February 5, 2018 | No CommentsMichaela Mays (’18) Will Observe How Evidence is Processed By Chelsea Sydnor (’18) Intern for Communications A Gardner-Webb University senior is taking her classroom experience into the field this semester as an intern for the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Department in Spindale, N.C. Michaela Mays (’18) […]
Posted on November 30, 2017 | No CommentsAmy Schmitt Boyer ’15 Conducts Unique Study of Bat Personalities As an undergraduate student at Gardner-Webb University, Amy Schmitt Boyer ’15 studied six-lined racerunner lizards at the Broad River. Although the research tested her patience, the experience helped her secure a position in the graduate […]
Posted on November 2, 2017 | No CommentsKristin Allison ’15 Hopes to Work in Underserved Area and Participate in Dental Mission Trips Kristin Allison ’15, a native of Old Fort, N.C., applied to Gardner-Webb University on a whim. She was invited to interview for a scholarship and was impressed with the campus […]
Posted on February 21, 2017 | No CommentsResearch Opportunities Helped Nikole Roland ’16 Achieve Her Goal Nikole Roland ’16 came to Gardner-Webb University with a specific goal in mind. In four years, she wanted to be accepted into Tokyo University’s Graduate Program of Sustainability. Students in the program conduct research on how […]
Posted on January 17, 2016 | No CommentsFaculty Helped William Payne (’14) Achieve Goal to Pursue Biomedical Engineering A unique combination of degrees allows Gardner-Webb University alum William Payne (‘14) to work extensively in designing targeted therapy for cancer patients. With support from the Gardner-Webb faculty, Payne, who is from Pendleton, Ind., […]
Posted on September 13, 2011 | No CommentsPresentation Will Appeal to “Scientists, Historians, and Treasure Hunters Alike” BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. – Have you ever wondered how shipwrecks stay intact under the sea for hundreds of years? Distinguished scholar Dr. Anthony Kennedy, a chemist from East Carolina University, will answer that question on […]