Pfeiffer University students exhibit their art at 8th Annual Juried Art Exhibition at Falling Rivers Art Gallery
|Emma||My Idols Made Me|
|Geode||Patchwork Farm Chicken
On Tues., April 16, students from Pfeiffer University had the opportunity to display works of art created during their time at Pfeiffer at 8th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition held at Falling Rivers Art Gallery in Albemarle, N.C. The show is open to all undergraduate students regardless of whether or not they are majoring in art.
Each year the art program invites an outside artist, art educator or curator to Pfeiffer’s Misenheimer campus to judge all entries to the exhibit and honor those worthy with an award. This year's juror was Ingrid Erickson, an artist from Salisbury who is heads education programming at the Waterworks Visual Arts Center in Salisbury.
Church leaders to learn about reducing risk of crime and its outcomes in their congregations
Pfeiffer University/Charlotte and Myers Park United Methodist Church Host
Plan, Prepare, Protect: Strengthening Safety in Ministry
Pfeiffer University will host a three-day seminar April 17-19 at its Charlotte, N.C., campus and Myers Park United Methodist Church for church and ministry leaders that provides education and resources for addressing and strengthening safety and managing risk in congregations and other ministry settings. Plan, Prepare, Protect: Strengthening Safety in Ministry will prepare clergy as well as church business administrators, finance leaders and trustees to inform their congregations about security priorities, mitigate security risks and evaluate safety plans.
Mathematic students recognized for outstanding achievements
|Meg Gaston||Samantha Maness|
Two students, Meg Gaston and Samantha Maness, were recently presented with the Outstanding Senior in Mathematics award. This award is designed to recognize students with exceptional achievements in service and academics.
From Las Vegas to Misenheimer for the ministry
Senior religion major and Las Vegas, Nev., native Diamond Pate is the embodiment of a servant leader at Pfeiffer University. Not only is she an exemplary student, but she spends countless hours serving others.
Students travel to Duke University to participate in research symposium
On Sat., Nov. 17, a group of students and faculty from the Division of Arts and Sciences attended the State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research & Creativity Symposium (SNCURCS) at Duke University in Durham, N.C. SNCURCS is an annual symposium that showcases multidisciplinary undergraduate research and creative scholarship from all institutes of higher education across the state.
- Students to present at N.C. symposium
- Senior Pfeiffer students gets real-life experience as intern with Misenheimer Police Department
- Grant from Charles A. Cannon Charitable Trusts to support Harris Science Building lecture hall renovations at Pfeiffer University
- Biology professor to lead panel discussion on locally grown food