HPU Raises $230,000 for United Way Campaign

HIGH POINT, N.C., Feb. 3, 2016 – High Point University has been named the third largest contributor to the United Way of Greater High Point’s annual campaign for the third consecutive year. The HPU family raised $230,000 in 2015 to support the UWGHP and its partner agencies – a 505 percent increase from 2005. Joe Cristy, […]

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Faculty Profile: Crafting Future Political Leaders

Insightful, charismatic, humorous – three words that describe the political expert that High Point University students call their professor. His name is Dr. Brandon Lenoir, one of HPU’s newest professors in the Nido R. Qubein School of Communication, but you’d never know he’s new by his interaction with his students. They hang onto his every […]

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The HPU Poll: Putting Public Opinion into Perspective

Kelsy Underwood didn’t like answering the phone. She’d tell you that. She was “pretty shy,” and she used few words in conversation. But there she was, her first stint in the university’s Survey Research Center, slipping on a pair of headphones and calling someone she didn’t even know. She came for her Surveys and Sampling […]

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HPU Welcomes New Student Success Coach

HIGH POINT, N.C., Feb. 1, 2016 – High Point University hired Bradley Taylor as a student success coach. Taylor provides academic and transitional support to first-year students. In addition, he provides advice to students concerning course selections and career decisions. Taylor, who graduated from HPU with a Bachelor of Science in chemistry and a Bachelor […]

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Lane Joins HPU as Campus Concierge

HIGH POINT, N.C., Jan. 29, 2016 – High Point University welcomes Traci Lane as campus concierge for the newly constructed Cottrell Hall. Lane ensures that Cottrell Hall, home of the Flanagan Center for Student Success, is maintained as a welcoming place for students to learn and study. In addition, she supports staff by reserving classroom […]

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Professor Presents Research on Experiential Learning at Conference

HIGH POINT, N.C., Jan. 29, 2016 – Dr. Sadie Leder-Elder, assistant professor of psychology at High Point University, recently presented at the National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology (NITOP) conference Jan. 3 – 8 in St. Pete Beach, Florida. Her poster titled, “Teaching Psychology through Social Action: Even a Done-in-a-Day Activity Can Make a Difference,” […]

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Family Weekend Brings 5,000 to City

HIGH POINT, N.C., Jan. 28, 2016 – High Point University will host more than 5,000 visitors Feb. 5-7 for its Winter Family Weekend, when families will take part in a variety of activities, including a service project, where they will have the opportunity to pack healthy meals to be distributed to the Triad Food Pantry […]

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