• Music Has Opened Doors for Alumnus Kevin McBeth

    Throughout his life, music has created opportunities for Kevin McBeth, ’85. As a youth growing up around what was the Astrodome, McBeth spent much of his time at Fiesta Missionary Baptist Church. “I remember singing from a very young age. Every Sunday after church, I made my way to the piano or organ,” he said. …

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    Student Foundation Revives Signature Orange Blazers

    In an era of ripped jeans and purposely untied shoelaces, the classically styled ensembles of HBU’s Student Foundation are a contrast in a crowd. Students on assignment in the prestigious group are polished from head-to-toe, and serve as fitting representatives of the University, interacting with friends and guests of HBU. Most importantly, the external presentation …

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  • Dr. Jeremiah Johnston Hosts National Radio Show

    As a New Testament scholar, apologist, writer and speaker, Dr. Jeremiah Johnston, HBU associate professor of Early Christianity and president of the Christian Thinkers Society (CTS, a resident institute of HBU), has dedicated his life to addressing the questions and needs of seekers and believers alike. Carrying his mission a step further, Christian Thinkers Society …

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    Dolan Family Establishes Garrett Dolan Endowed Scholarship

    The number “40” is significant for Brett and Cathy Dolan. Their eldest son, Jared, was number 40 as a standout football player for Barbers Hill High School. Then, as a linebacker for McNeese State University from 2003 to 2007, he wore the number again. Younger brother Garrett Dolan followed in his older brother’s footsteps by …

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    HBU Apologetics Professor Nancy Pearcey Makes Waves with New Book

    HBU Apologetics Professor Nancy Pearcey is exploring taboo issues and the ideas that have become culturally normative tenets in her latest book, “Love Thy Body: Answering Hard Questions about Life and Sexuality.” With a combination of reason, boldness, real-life stories and her characteristic tenderness, Pearcey brings common sense and biblical application to matters like abortion, …

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    Retired Air Force Chaplain Shares his Love for God and People

    Ret. Col. Newton Cole was a Hallmark Award recipient at the 2018 Spirit of HBU Awards, and has been named an honorary HBU alumnus. He established the Linda & Col. Newton Cole Endowed Scholarship for the School Christian of Thought through an outright gift, and has since added to the scholarship fund through gifts of …

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  • Recent Major Gifts to the University

    The HBU College of Engineering is grateful to accept a $2.5 million major gift from The Cullen Trust for Higher Education. The funding supports the Trust’s goal of bolstering higher education programs that boost the community members of Houston and the area. Funds will go toward recruiting and hiring faculty members and students, and equipping …

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  • Office of Career and Calling Helps Students Take the Next Step

    “What do you want to be when you grow up?” It’s a question that youth ponder long before they become college students. The query is answered not in one step, but in many, through occupation exploration, experiences along the way, the declaration of a college major and minor, as well as presented opportunities. Like many …

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  • 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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