• The Faith Story of Saleim Kahleh in His Own Words

    My father was from Jerusalem – Palestinian. My mother is Lebanese. All five of us kids were born and raised here in the US. We were raised Muslim; my parents just wanted to have a peaceful home and be successful. We prayed to Allah, to God, and I was devoted. There was no promise of …

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  • It’s a Longboard Story

    It’s hard to miss senior Tyler Kelly as he makes his way across campus on the way to classes. The 6’5” HBU football defensive end is even taller as he stands on the platform of a longboard. The board, with its vibrant hues and orange wheels, transports him smoothly across the sidewalks. Kelly got his …

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  • Culture Influencers

    Culture Influencers: Engineering Gift

    The Society for Information Management (SIM) Houston Chapter provided the second of four $25,000 total awards to HBU to support the Cyber Engineering Smart Factory project, completed by first-year students in the College of Engineering. Dr. Stan Napper, dean of the College of Science Engineering, accepted the $25,000 gift on behalf of the College at …

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  • Culture Influencers

    Culture Influencers: Melissa Carlton

    Dr. Melissa Carlton, assistant professor of Computer Science and Cyber Engineering, received a personal invitation from the secretary of the Air Force, and attended the 66th annual National Security Forum at the Air War College at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. The purpose of NSF was to expose influential citizens to senior US and international …

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  • Students Visit Colonial Triangle

    Dr. Chris Hammons, professor of Government and director of HBU’s Morris Family Center for Law & Liberty, says that constitutionalism is a culture that must be passed from generation to generation, or it will fade away. “The principles, traditions and stories that bind us together as Americans are in danger of being forgotten,” said Hammons, …

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  • Culture Influencers

    Culture Influencers: Gideon Conference

    On May 16 and 17, The Gideon Institute of Christian Psychology and Counseling at HBU hosted its inaugural conference, “Living in the Larger Story: The Christian Psychology of Larry Crabb.” Speakers were Dr. Larry Crabb, Dr. Miriam “Mimi” Dixon, Dr. Jason Kanz, Dr. Eric L. Johnson, Dr. Gary W. Moon, Dr. Edward T. Welch, and …

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  • Culture Influencers

    Culture Influencers: Johnson and Bates

    Dr. Eric L. Johnson, director of the Gideon Institute of Christian Psychology and Counseling at HBU, and Dr. M. Todd Bates, dean of the HBU School of Christian Thought, collaborated with coauthors, Dr. Joshua Knabb, director of the Doctor of Psychology program at California Baptist University, and Dr. Timothy A. Sisemore, president of the Society …

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  • HBU Online Hosts Connection Event

    The HBU Pampell Online Division will host the HBU Online Connect from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, July 24, in McNair Hall on HBU’s campus, 7502 Fondren Road. Attendees are invited to explore the dozens of degree programs available. Representatives from HBU Admissions, Advising and Financial Aid offices will be on hand to provide …

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  • On Washington’s Birthday: Can We Still Look to Washington?

    This piece originally appeared on the School of Humanities blog, “Reflection and Choice” By Dr. Chris Hammons, Professor of Government and Director of the Morris Family Center for Law & Liberty I love teaching students about the American Founding. I like the philosophical debates over the nature of liberty and necessity of government. I like …

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  • “Think About It…” Podcast Schedule

    HBU Podcasts Available Free on iTunes   December 24: Dr. Julie Fernandez Dean, COEBS Dr. Julie Fernandez is dean of the HBU College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. Fernandez has served as the program coordinator of the Education Administration Program and as the department chair of Leadership and Counseling at HBU. Fernandez has served the Texas …

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