• Cohorts Make Graduate Programs Accessible

    School districts and schools are particularly interested in growing their own for leadership, making sure the best teachers are able to advance to become assistant principals, principals and more as they are ready. The HBU College of Education and Behavioral Sciences has partnered with area school districts, Houston ISD, Cy-Fair ISD, Katy ISD, Fort Bend …

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  • Karla Iglesias posing for a picture on the campus of HBU.

    Learning with Faith: A Complete Education

    Like many young adults, Karla Iglesias of Sugar Land looked to time in college as a chance to explore her freedom and test the limits she had previously known. After graduating from a college preparatory school, Iglesias went to a state university where she studied business and advertising. It became easier to let go of …

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  • HBU Alpha Omega Academy logo pictured on a laptop with a degree scroll and graduation cap.

    HBU Online Partners with Alpha Omega Academy and Alpha Omega Publications

    The Houston Baptist University Pampell Online Division is pleased to announce a partnership with Alpha Omega Academy (AOA) and Alpha Omega Publications (OAP) as the preferred university partner for high school students who wish to earn college credit in high school. Alpha Omega Academy is a private, online, K-12, internationally accredited institution offering students an …

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  • Mr. Movie Man reviews movies

    This Week’s Review: “Mortal Engines”

    I started my Christmas holidays with “Mortal Engines,” a film produced by Peter Jackson, who will always be remembered for “The Lord of the Rings.” I have never read the book upon which the film is based, but the trailers looked interesting. The film is spectacular, to say the least, and is worth seeing on the …

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  • Incoming freshmen throwing water balloons at one another.

    Summer Launch Offers Exciting Beginning for Incoming Freshmen

    HBU Academic Success Center’s Summer Launch is a mixture between summer camp and boot camp, helping orient incoming freshmen to the work and fun that college life offers. About a month before school starts, new Huskies are invited to a week on campus in which they stay in dorms as first-time University students. The days …

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  • Culture Influencers

    Culture Influencers: Nancy Pearcey

    Nancy Pearcey, professor of Apologetics and scholar-in-residence, has a new book out titled “Love Thy Body: Answering Hard Questions about Life and Sexuality.” The book has been selected as the winner in the Public Theology & Current Events category of The Gospel Coalition’s 2018 Book Awards. Read Pearcey’s interview with Sam Allberry for the Gospel …

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  • This was about us: John McCain as an author, a teacher, and a thousandth point of light

    By Dr. Matthew Boyleston “I’m freer than colleagues who will face the voters again. I can speak my mind without fearing the consequences much.” So says Senator John McCain in his final book, The Restless Wave. When one reads over the entire cannon of McCain’s books, one wonders when he ever felt constrained when speaking …

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  • Mr. Movie Man reviews movies

    This Week’s Review: “Columbo”

    I really did want to see the rereleased “Schindler’s List,” but the rains on the weekend of December 8 made me wary of Houston’s roads, so I stayed home and saved my shekels in anticipation of the plethora of riches arriving the weekend of December 15.  I spent part of the weekend chuckling over “The …

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  • HBU Announces Largest Single Gift in History from Sherry and Jim Smith, Sr.

    Sherry and Jim Smith, Sr. are providing a gift of $20 million to Houston Baptist University for the construction of classroom space and laboratory facilities to be used by the College of Science and Mathematics, the College of Engineering, and the School of Nursing and Allied Health. It is the largest single gift in the …

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  • Student is pictured on a laptop, on the HBU Pampell Online Division website.

    Pampell Online Division Reaches Almost 700 Students

    The Houston Baptist University Pampell Online Division has reached and surpassed 500 students enrolled after one academic year. Launched in February 2017, the online education branch was an initiative to serve students with greater access to the quality undergraduate and graduate programs for which HBU is known. There are 24 online programs of study encompassing …

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