Latest News

News

We realize now more than ever how precious life is and we search for faithful responses to despair, violence, fear and loss. As we all watch the investigation at Virginia Tech unfold and the media footage of the chaos and carnage, our hearts are heavily laden for our colleagues and peers in Blacksburg.

News

Westphal's topic "Quality Healthcare: Where Are We and Where Are We Going?" will be presented from 7:30 a.m.- 8:45 a.m. The event will be held at Pfeiffer University at Charlotte, 4701 Park Rd. Breakfast will be served to participants at no cost. Reservations are required by calling (704) 945-7320.

News

With the continued threat of
computer viruses, worms and hackers, the increase of identity theft and credit
card fraud as well as other computer-based crimes, there is a major priority for
cyber security and assurance on all levels. Pfeiffer University
has announced two new computer information concentration programs designed to

News

“This is a great way for Pfeiffer to reach out to our schools and a great way for our kids to see the university and hopefully help them in setting some goals,” said Penny Morton, a teacher at Central Elementary.

News

Beginning August 2007 on the university’s
Charlotte campus, this new degree program will offer intensive clinical
training that combines a strong theoretical base and a rigorous
experiential component. Additionally, this program will be only the
third of its kind offered in North Carolina and one of 90 AAMFT
programs across the United States.

News

“Man of La Mancha” is a well-recognized, comedic and moving ‘play
within a play’ that tells the story of Miguel de Cervantes. An aging
and unsuccessful playwright, poet and tax collector for the government,
Cervantes has been jailed and awaits trial for an offense against the

News

“Requiem” was composed in 1947 in the post - WWII
period. Like many other French composers, Duruflé was a methodic
craftsman. His music displays many of the techniques used by composers
of the twentieth century. But when many composers of this period turned

News

The show, the brainchild of alumnus Daniel Dickens, strives to raise
awareness of various charity organizations via the format of a comedy variety
show. In years past, the show has benefited the Cabarrus Night Shelter and the
Community Free Clinic, as well as individuals who needed the funds.

News

The week will be comprised of a variety of
events including presented by various members of the Pfeiffer
community, including students, as well as local artists and
professionals. The shows will encompass a variety of areas of the arts,
including music, visual art, literature and theatre.

News

Digital video and still photography will
comprise the two main components of the exhibit; designed in relation
to one another, they will be installed on opposite walls of the gallery.

News

"We are extremely proud of Travis," said Dr. Chuck Ambrose, Pfeiffer president. "His inclusion in this book not only personifies servant leadership, but is also a great testament to his dedication and commitment. I look forward to reading the book."

News

Otto will compare the answer to Jesus’ provocative question, “Who do
you say that I am?” offered by the four Gospel writers and will
highlight various portraits of Jesus at key times in United States
history and within selected subcultures.

Pages