U.S. News Ranks Regent in Top 10 for Veterans
Regent University is regularly recognized as a military-friendly school, but on Tuesday, May 20, U.S. News & World Report took this recognition a step further by ranking Regent among the Best Online Programs for Veterans and Service Members.
ELS Welcomes Joy Weaver
When Joy Weaver, speaker, author and etiquette expert, addressed her first group of clients—employees of the world's largest construction firm—she overheard one particularly burly worker grumble, "I don't need no etiquette class." And after a mere three days of presentations and tips for developing "soft skills," she found the construction employees engaging in her lessons and being transformed.
Interim Dean Appointed for Robertson School of Government
Dr. Gary E. Roberts has been named interim dean of Regent University's Robertson School of Government (RSG). Roberts, who has been with Regent since 2003, has a strong academic background and has worked in both the public and nonprofit sectors in the areas of human resource management and community development.
Actor Tony Hale Shares Advice with Students
Actor Tony Hale '95 (Com/Arts) has a few stories to share. After all, he's spent the last 16 years carving out a successful career in television and on the big screen. While Hale is perhaps best known for his role as Buster Bluth on Arrested Development, his work has encompassed a variety of TV shows and movies—some comedy, some drama—that have taught him valuable lessons about himself and the business of acting. On August 13, Hale again visited the Regent campus to share stories about his transition from student to professional actor and what he's learned along the way.
Lives of Service Begin for Regent Graduates
For some Regent University graduates, walking across the graduation platform twice isn't that unusual. However, during Regent's 2009 commencement ceremony, graduate Dr. Jim Pennington received a special honor along with his second degree—offering the graduates' response to the charge given by Chancellor and President Dr. M.G. "Pat" Robertson.
Princeton Review Ranks Regent Among the "Best Law Schools of 2009"
Regent University Law School is one of the nation's most outstanding law schools, according to The Princeton Review—a company that assesses school districts across the United States and networks prospective students with college and career resources. Regent Law ranked second for "Candidates for Heritage Foundation Fellowships" and seventh for "Best Student Life" in Princeton Review's latest book Best 174 Law Schools: 2009 Edition.
Hollywood Notable Terry Botwick Speaks on Ambition and Ethics
Noted Hollywood studio president and producer Terry Botwick spoke candidly of his years in Los Angeles during a recent talk on ambition and ethics for students and faculty in the Regent University School of Communication & the Arts.
Regent Ranked No. 3 of Online Colleges for "Scholastic Citations"
Regent University has been ranked No. 3 in the Online Education Database's top accredited online colleges based on scholarly citations. This recognition confirms Regent's commitment to academic excellence. We applaud our outstanding faculty for their ongoing dedication to uncompromised quality. View the rankings
Regent also placed very well in the overall rankings.
Regent Psychology Team's Forgiveness Research Project Wins First Place
Students of the Regent School of Psychology & Counseling won first place at the annual conference of the Virginia Psychological Association (VPA) this spring. The team received the Richard Rosenfield award for the best graduate poster.
SIFE Antipiracy PSA Advances to Nationals
|A creative use of humor and animation characterize two leading student video public service announcements (PSAs) in a contest as part of Regent University's first anti-piracy campaign. || |
Regent Appoints New Vice President for Academic Affairs
|Following an extensive nationwide search, Dr. Carlos Campo has been named vice president for academic affairs by Regent University. |
Dr. Campo comes to Regent from the College of Southern Nevada where he served as the interim vice president of academic affairs. He previously served that college as dean of Arts and Letters and director of academic partnerships. In addition, he helped pioneer the college's "Virtual College," called CSN Online Campus with a current enrollment of 17,000 students.