By Jordan Beach After Angel Cornista ’19 played volleyball for seven years, playing at the collegiate level became one of her goals. When looking at colleges, along with the volleyball program, Cornista was sold on Reinhardt’s small class sizes because she felt professors had the opportunity to provide students with their full attention. That was…

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By Jordan Beach  The impact Chip Campbell makes with students at Reinhardt University is already evident, and it’s only his first year as assistant professor of business.  Campbell started teaching marketing and communication with the McCamish School of Business and Sport Studies, and his experience proves his qualifications to educate business students in a practical way.…

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天天色综合,天天干影视By Jessie Fanczi Dr. Joe Mullins holds a variety of titles at Reinhardt University, and this year he was recognized for the role he plays in changing students’ lives through education. At this year’s Evening of Honors, Mullins was honored with the United Methodist Exemplary Teacher Award for his encouragement and service to students, as…

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By Erika Neldner Mark Anderson is not a traditional student – he’s married with three children, works full time leading a precinct for the Cherokee Sheriff’s Office and earlier this month he celebrated earning his degree in Organizational Management and Leadership at Reinhardt University’s 132nd Commencement Ceremony. Anderson was nominated for and earned the Non-Traditional…

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When Luke Daniel ‘15 was a Reinhardt student, he not only played baseball but led his team as a captain. Now, he uses his love for the game to connect with his community in Cartersville and at Reinhardt.  After earning a degree from Reinhardt’s McCamish School of Business, Daniel began working in risk management for…

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