The High Point University Poll found that North Carolinians’ confidence in the economy continues to rise.
High Point University students and Dr. Brandon Lenoir, professor of political science and political communication at HPU, hosted a GOP debate viewing party on campus.
The High Point University campus is buzzing with activity. From the third annual Black Heritage Service, Super Tuesday events, HPU Poll results and more, see a glimpse of what happened on campus this week.
HIGH POINT, N.C., March 4, 2016 – Music, performances and food from all over the world brought together women from the city of High Point for the second International Women’s Day Celebration hosted by High Point University, the YWCA High Point, the Latino Family Center and World Relief High Point on March 2. International Women’s […]
HIGH POINT, N.C., March 4, 2016 – High Point University graduate Cara Sinicropi recently won first place in the North Carolina College Media Association’s annual contest in the non-fiction category. Her piece titled, “The Magnolia,” was published in Apogee Magazine’s spring 2015 issue. “The piece was initially created as an assignment for Dr. Jacob Paul’s […]
High Point University landed a top innovation ranking this year for a reason. Thanks to its approach to curriculum, faculty, students, campus life, technology and facilities, the university is was named by U.S. News and World Report the No. 1 Most Innovative Regional College in the South. Innovation is in High Point University’s DNA, in […]
HIGH POINT, N.C., March 4, 2016 – High Point University senior Christian Garber was selected to read his short story, “Pizzadot,” at the 2016 Sigma Tau Delta convention on March 4 in Minneapolis. Garber was among students from across the country and alumni of Sigma Tau Delta, a national honor society for English majors, invited […]
Dr. Martin Kifer, assistant professor of political science and director of the High Point University poll, discusses the Super Tuesday results and the effect it has on the presidential election.
HIGH POINT, N.C., March 3, 2016 – The newest High Point University Poll finds North Carolinians concerned about the direction of public education in the state as well as a number of education policies being implemented or proposed at the state level. Overall, two-thirds (66 percent) of state residents said they thought public education in […]
Calla Telzrow felt the shudder of nerves when she spotted the collection of machines in Congdon Hall’s third-floor chemistry lab. One looked like a small refrigerator. Another resembled a big spark plug. She didn’t know anything about what they did. All she knew was she’d be working with Dr. Andrew Wommack, her organic chemistry […]
HIGH POINT, N.C., March 3, 2016 – Dr. Yum Nguyen, assistant professor of athletic training at High Point University, was named 2016 Educator of the Year by the North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association. He will be recognized on March 5 at the organization’s spring meeting in Wrightsville Beach. In addition to teaching and mentoring students, […]
HIGH POINT, N.C., March 2, 2016 – The latest High Point University Poll finds that a majority – 57 percent – of North Carolinians say that protecting the constitutional right of citizens to own guns is more important than protecting citizens from gun violence. Large majorities also supported a range of other proposals to reduce […]
They also support the Connect NC Bond and Want the U.S. to be More Involved in Dangerous World HIGH POINT, N.C., March 2, 2016 – The newest High Point University Poll finds that more North Carolinians identify the economy as the most important problem facing the U.S. and education as the most important problem facing […]
The High Point University Poll recently found that the majority of North Carolinians believe that President Obama should replace Justice Antonin Scalia.
The High Point University Poll reported data on whether North Carolinians believe that President Obama should nominate a replacement for Justice Antonin Scalia.