HIGH POINT, N.C., Nov. 8, 2016 – For the final week, the works of seven High Point University students will be on display in the 2016 Juried Photo Biennial gallery at the Center for Visual Arts in Greensboro. Seven students were accepted into the gallery through a statewide competition for college students, where their submitted […]
High Point University’s Brian McDonald, associate director of the HPU Poll, breaks down the characteristics that likely voters associate with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
David Couch, CEO of The Blue Ridge Companies Inc., and his wife Stephanie Quayle, an accomplished singer and songwriter, made a $3 million to High Point University in recognition of the university’s leadership and positive impact in the city of High Point
Mpumi Nobiva, a graduate student at High Point University and Oprah Winfrey’s mentee, shares her story of adversity, determination and reliance on God with WGHP’s Bob Buckley. Nobiva travels the world with her Share Your Story campaign, speaking at White House Summits and building her brand. She strives to improve not only herself, but the […]
During a debate watch party at High Point University, perception analyzers measured voter reaction during the final presidential debate. HPU is the only college in the state using this technology.
Using new technology, High Point University gathered real-time data during the final presidential debate. Each voter received a perception analyzer tool that measured their reaction throughout the debate allowing viewers to see how both Trump and Clinton supporters felt at varying moments.
High Point University has donated $10,000 to Guilford County School system’s Learn to Swim program. Barry Kitley, HPU director of community relations, discusses the excitement of providing over 500 second graders with free swimming lessons.
A High Point University poll, which surveyed likely voters in North Carolina, reveals that Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump in the presidential race. Dr. Brandon Lenoir, a political communication professor at HPU, analyzes each candidate’s tactics going forward.
High Point University’s Dr. Brandon Lenoir, professor of political communication, weighs in on the second presidential debate.
Dr. Tjai Nielsen, associate professor of management at High Point University’s Earl N. Phillips School of Business, analyzes the leadership style of each presidential candidate during the debate.
A High Point University poll, conducted in late September, asked likely North Carolina voters who they would vote for in the upcoming election. The poll found that Hillary Clinton and Roy Cooper were the favored candidates.
High Point University students came together for a the first presidential debate of the 2016 election cycle. For the majority of students in attendance, the November election will be their first time voting.
Hosted in both the fall and spring semesters, family weekend brings over 5,000 visitors to the city of High Point, providing an economic boost to local businesses.
Dr. Vern Biaett, Event Management professor at High Point University, weighs in on the recent efforts to prevent ticket scalping and inflated concert prices.
Dr. Martin Kifer of High Point University weighs in on the numerous presidential campaign visits in North Carolina and the resulting voter impact.
HIGH POINT, N.C., Nov. 7, 2016 – High Point University’s School of Education was transformed into a Lego Learning Lab over the weekend. Over 800 local children and parents enjoyed engineering competitions, machine building, robotics and Lego storytelling. This free annual event provides an opportunity for children in kindergarten through eighth grade to experience STEM […]
This story is featured in the Fall 2016 edition of the HPU Magazine. HPU students are granted access to global innovators, including Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. As Wozniak begins his role as “Innovator in Residence” at HPU, students come to know the genius behind Apple Computer as a mentor and a friend. Jan. 31, 2017 update: Steve […]