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Dr. Case Presents Paper at God's Mission Conference

Dr. Case Presents Paper at God's Mission Conference

This past March, Houghton College’s Dr. Jonathan Case presented a paper entitled “Some Hard Questions About the Digital World as the Last Missional Frontier” at the Participation in God’s Mission conference at Northeastern Seminary.
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Fulbright Grant Awarded to Houghton Alumnus

Fulbright Grant Awarded to Houghton Alumnus

The Fulbright Program—whose alumni are speckled with Nobel Prize winners, Pulitzer Prize winners, and MacArthur Foundation Fellows—recently awarded Houghton alumnus Gerad Gentry ’10 a grant for use completing his doctoral research in philosophy at Humboldt University in Berlin and the University of Potsdam, Germany.
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Math Department Hosts Math Discovery Day for Local High School Students

Math Department Hosts Math Discovery Day for Local High School Students

Recently, Houghton College hosted nine area high schoolers for Math Discovery Day, an event designed to acquaint the students with math at the collegiate level. A Dolciani Grant from the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) provided the funding.
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Suzano named dean of the Greatbatch School of Music

Suzano named dean of the Greatbatch School of Music

Houghton College and the Greatbatch School of Music are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Armenio Suzano, Jr. as the new dean of the Greatbatch School of Music.
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Dr. LaCelle-Peterson an Invited Panelist for 51st Wesleyan Theological Society Conference

Dr. LaCelle-Peterson an Invited Panelist for 51st Wesleyan Theological Society Conference

On March 11, 2016, Houghton associate professor of religion Dr. Kristina LaCelle-Peterson was an invited panelist during a session at the 51st Wesleyan Theological Society conference at Point Loma Nazarene University. The session, entitled “Forty Years of ‘Discovering an Evangelical Heritage,’ 1976­2016,” celebrated the 40th anniversary and significance of Donald Dayton’s book “Discovering an Evangelical Heritage.”
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Houghton College Librarian Runs Marathons on all Seven Continents Twice

Houghton College Librarian Runs Marathons on all Seven Continents Twice

Glen Avery—slight and intense, but serene— has a saying he repeats to himself when the discomfort begins to well in his calves and thighs: “I am running with my mind; the legs are just along for the ride.” Disassociation, for marathons, is key. “All of a sudden, it’s outside of yourself, outside of your brain,” he says. He raises his arm and looks at the crook on the inside of his elbow. “Oh, it’s a bubble of discomfort.”
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Retirement & Recognition Event Honors Employees

Retirement & Recognition Event Honors Employees

This past Tuesday, Houghton College held its annual Employee Recognition Event honoring seven retiring employees, presenting the Mary Boomhower Staff Excellence Award and the Ken Boon Community Service Award, and acknowledging over 20 more employees who have each reached milestone years of service.
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Physics Department Presents at Conference

Physics Department Presents at Conference

Houghton College students and faculty presented their research last Saturday, April 2, at the Rochester Symposium for Physics Students. They gave a total of six talks and presented two posters.
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