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Pfeiffer University has entered a formal agreement, effective immediately, with Richmond Community College (RCC), located in Richmond and Scotland (North Carolina) counties, that allows students who complete associate degrees at RCC to transfer directly to Pfeiffer to complete a bachelor of science degree in one of three online programs: business and leadership, criminal justice or RN-to-BSN.
Dr. Ashley Oliphant, associate professor of English and director of the Francis Center for Servant Leadership, has been selected by North Carolina Campus Compact as an Engaged Faculty Scholar.
This summer, 18 Pfeiffer University students traveled to Chicago to compete in the Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL), PBL National Leadership Conference.
Pfeiffer Trustee Emeritus Ralph M. McAlister, Sr., 89, who served as chairman of Pfeiffer’s board of trustees 1985-86, died on July 12.
When Professor Aimee Bellmore was first asked to spend three weeks in China teaching, she didn’t know what to expect. Dr. Bellmore, assistant professor of human services at Pfeiffer, admits she was unfamiliar with China’s philosophy surrounding or approach to mental health.
Pfeiffer University announces that Major General John Borling, U.S. Air Force, Retired, will give the commencement address at its 2015 summer commencement ceremony on Sat., Aug. 8, 10:30 a.m., Merner Gymnasium, Misenheimer campus (48380 U.S. Hwy 52N).
Colleges of Distinction has named Pfeiffer University to its 2015-2016 membership, designating it as “a best place to learn, grow and succeed.”
Ashley West '15, a Virginia native, arrived in North Carolina to pursue a degree in sport management as well as her dream of playing lacrosse at the intercollegiate level. This past May, she graduated from Pfeiffer University with countless memories from playing for a nationally-ranked lacrosse program. However, it was through her senior internship experience with the Kannapolis Intimidators,
Atlanta-based trial lawyer Arch Stokes, partner, Stokes, Wagner, Hunt, Maretz and Terrell and nephew of Dr. J. Lem Stokes, who served as Pfeiffer’s president from 1955-68, was commencement speaker.
Senior Emily Stallings also offered her reflections about how this experience helped to bridge the gap between what she’s learned in the classroom and what she’ll be expected to apply during her student teaching capstone experience in the fall. “I learned how to integrate technology in all of the subjects, and how it can be done.
The evening began at the Gustavus Adolphus Pfeiffer Library where participants registered and said goodbye to their parents for the night. Following dinner in the cafeteria, a movie in Pfeiffer’s theater and games in the gymnasium, the kids were escorted back to the library.