• Spring 2020 HBU Graduate School Information Reception

    The HBU Graduate School helps learners reach their educational, vocational and professional goals. We offer master’s programs in the School of Christian Thought, the School of Humanities, the Archie W. Dunham College of Business, and the School of Fine Arts; and master’s and doctoral programs in the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. Join us …

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    Dunn Foundation Awards HBU Nursing and Allied Health Scholarships

    The Dunn Foundation has awarded the HBU School of Nursing and Allied Health a $300,000 grant to benefit Nursing scholarships. These funds are divided between undergraduate and graduate scholars. The Dunn Foundation has a long history with HBU and has awarded nearly $2.5 million to the School of Nursing and Allied Health. “We are truly …

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    Culture Influencers: Fabre and Raimondo

    Dr. Taiya Fabre, associate dean for Undergraduate Studies and Mrs. Amy Raimondo, pre-professional program coordinator/staff advisor in the College of Science and Engineering, attended the Texas Association of Advisors for the Health Professions (TAAHP) annual meeting at UTMB School of Medicine in Galveston, Jan. 30 – Feb. 1. Dr. Fabre was elected to the position …

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  • Mr. Movie Man reviews movies

    This Week’s Review: “The Rhythm Section”

    It took your jaundiced reviewer less than 15 minutes to realize that he had made a serious mistake on the weekend of Feb. 1. “The Rhythm Section” has to be one of the most tedious and pointless films on which he ever squandered his ill-gotten gains. The only reason the curmudgeon chose the film was …

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  • HBU Gideon Institute Cohosts Adolescent Suicide Prevention Event

    The HBU Gideon Institute of Christian Psychology and Counseling is cohosting “Secret Pain: Understanding Adolescent Suicide,” with Houston’s First Baptist Church. Parents, teachers, therapists, ministers and others are invited to learn more. Participants will become informed about creating conditions that lessen the risk of suicide, identifying the signs of possible suicide, treating the psychological and …

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    Culture Influencer: Katie Alaniz

    Dr. Katie Alaniz, assistant professor of Education, was invited to present at the 2020 Texas Computer Education Association’s Convention and Exhibition on February 5 in Austin. Her presentation was entitled, “C-Worthy Instruction: Sailing the Six C’s of Learning in the Digital Age,” and was created on the basis of the book, “Digital Media in Today’s …

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  • HBU Softball

    Coaching Philosophy: We strive to consistently demonstrate excellence, positivity and passion in every opportunity – regardless of circumstance. This is done with gratitude, love, trust, determination, pride and respect for one another and the game. These personal and collective efforts, with God’s grace and blessings, allow us to become one in our endeavors and in …

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  • Mr. Movie Man reviews movies

    This Week’s Review: “1917”

    After far too many hours grading essays, the Curmudgeon crept out of his lair on January 25 long enough to see “1917,” a World War One epic about two British soldiers attempting to carry a message to an isolated commander that he should not continue on the offensive lest he send his soldiers into a …

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    Renewal of Grace Hopper Scholarships for HBU STEM Students

    Houston Baptist University is pleased to announce the renewal of a new scholarship opportunity for students, recognizing a pioneer of computer science and military service, Rear Admiral Grace M. Hopper, PhD, by establishing the Grace Hopper Scholarships. The second year of the scholarship is funded through a generous gift from Mr. Holly Frost and Ms. …

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