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- Gardner-Webb Receives Historic Gift to Establish Prestigious Scholarship Program
- Gardner-Webb University Announces Tuition Freeze
- Gardner-Webb Men’s Basketball Selection Show Event Planned For March 17
- Gardner-Webb Pottery Students Donate Work to Local Arts Council
- GWU Distinguished Artist Series Presents Chamber Ensemble
- LET’S DANCE: Gardner-Webb Punches NCAA Ticket Sunday With 76-65 Win At Radford
- Four-time Grand Master National Champion Leads String Workshop at Gardner-Webb
- Gardner-Webb Hybrid Challenge Raises Money for American Legion in Shelby, N.C.
- Gardner-Webb Counseling Center Sponsors Events to Raise Awareness of Eating Disorders
- GWU Alumnus Returns to Campus to Share Strategies for Sales Professionals
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Posted on November 20, 2017 | No CommentsHope Still ’19 Witnessed God’s Power at Work in South Asia As a 15-year-old, Hope Still sensed God was calling her into medical missions. Her first step toward answering the call was choosing to major in nursing at Gardner-Webb University. A recent opportunity to spend […]
Posted on July 11, 2017 | No CommentsBrooke Smith Rozmus ‘15 Wants to ‘Make the World a Prettier Place’ Switching her major was the best thing Brooke Smith Rozmus of Charlotte, N.C., did in her educational journey at Gardner-Webb University. “Being a graphic designer can hardly be considered a job, as […]
Posted on March 15, 2017 | No CommentsAssociate of Arts and Bachelor of Arts Begin in Fall 2017 BOILING SPRINGS, N.C.—Gardner-Webb University has finalized plans to offer new degree programs in the Department of Communication & New Media. Beginning in fall 2017, students can choose either an associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree […]
Posted on February 21, 2017 | No CommentsTyler Beckler (’13) Plans Career in Emergency Medicine and Medical Missions Tyler Beckler (’13), a native of Hickory, N.C., described himself as an idealistic 18-year-old when he arrived on campus at Gardner-Webb University. “I wanted to make people’s lives better—to change the world—but I had […]
Posted on February 3, 2017 | No CommentsAngela Meade ’18 Appreciates Support from Professors and Staff On a mission trip to the European country of Slovakia, Angela Meade ’18 worked with students who were learning to speak English. At times her questions were met with silence, but Meade was prepared to wait, […]
Posted on February 3, 2017 | No CommentsCharlie Reynolds ’86 Has Worked at Colorado Resort for 26 Years Thousands of skiers travel to the majestic snow-covered mountains in Steamboat Springs, Colo., to experience a memorable day on the slopes. Beginners are focused on staying upright, but the experienced want to feel the […]
Posted on January 26, 2017 | No CommentsNatalie Pippin Britt ’08 Developed Critical Thinking Skills Useful for Diagnosing Patients When she examines a patient to determine a diagnosis, Natalie Pippin Britt ’08 relies on the critical thinking skills she developed as an undergraduate at Gardner-Webb University. The first-year resident in family medicine […]