• HBU Professor Recognized by Prestigious Piper Foundation

    Dr. Levon Hayrapetyan, HBU professor of Business, was named a 2020 Piper Professor by the Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation. The Piper Professor Program honors outstanding Texas faculty members who are known for their teaching abilities, their subject-matter expertise, service, and their scholarship. There are 10 awardees in the state of Texas annually; each honoree receives …

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  • HBU Welcomes Tim Tebow for Spirit of Excellence Gala

    University Celebrates 60th Anniversary On Thursday, Nov. 12, 2020, we will celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the University on our beautiful campus at the HBU Spirit of Excellence Gala, benefitting both the Morris Family Center for Law & Liberty and the HBU Fund, which meets the greatest needs of the University – institutional aid for …

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  • There are 3,700 Reasons the HBU Fund is Important!

    There are 3,700 Reasons the HBU Fund is Important! From the beginning of HBU, 60 years ago, more than 22,000 alumni and 3,700 current students have relied on the generosity of donors. Without these gifts, many students would not have their degree, programs would not be realized, and buildings would not have been erected. During …

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  • Ken Rogers Alumni Endowed Scholarship Announced

      For students who attended HBC/HBU between 1967 and 2008, the name Ken Rogers is synonymous with Financial Aid. Ken patiently answered every question and listened to every plea. His mission was to assist students, and, with his help through financial planning, scholarships, and grants, many were able to enroll and ultimately graduate. Now, as …

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  • HBU Art Students Recognized

    By Michael Roque Collins, HBU Professor of Art Over the past number of years Houston Baptist University, MFA students and faculty alike have been awarded at the highest level in the historic annual Assistance League of Houston juried art exhibitions. Each year, the Assistance League hires a preeminent national art expert from top museums such …

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  • HBU Athletics 2019-20 Awards

    Andre Walker With one of the most impressive seasons on the football field in program history, along with his dedication in the classroom, senior defensive end Andre Walker was selected as the HBU Robbie Robertson Male Athlete of the Year. The Slidell, Louisiana, native carries a 3.69 GPA as a biochemistry and molecular biology major, …

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  • HBU Impacts Hoop Dreams and Beyond for Jalon Gates

    Often, student-athletes who have the opportunity to play college basketball have to make a big choice about where they want to pursue their education and further their career on the court. For Jalon Gates, HBU offered something no other school could – the opportunity to play on a team with his brother, Will Gates Jr. …

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  • HBU Athlete Senior Days

    HBU Athlete Senior Days On March 14, the Southland Conference announced all remaining athletic competitions and championships for the 2020 season would be canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Several HBU seniors in men’s and women’s golf, track and field, beach volleyball, softball and baseball had just begun their final seasons and did not have …

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  • The Reynolds Sisters: HBU Women’s Soccer Sister Trio

    While HBU has seen its fair share of sibling teammates over the years, it has primarily been sibling duos wearing the blue and orange. That isn’t the case for the current iteration of the Husky women’s soccer team with sisters Tayah, Bryce and Maggie Reynolds all playing for head coach Misty Jones. Hailing from Riverdale, …

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  • HBU Events

    HBU Events   AMS Luncheon Features Historian J.P. Bryan The American Museum Society Luncheon, “100 Years of History,” was held Feb. 10 at The Junior League of Houston. The annual event benefits HBU’s American Museum Society. J.P. Bryan, founder and chairman of Torch Energy Advisors, Inc., historian and preservationist, served as the keynote speaker. He …

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