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Student Spotlight: Ella Duryea

Our first 2024 Student Spotlight is Ella Duryea, Harding’s 2023-2024 Student Government Association President. Ella is a senior communication...

Harding recognizes 2023 fall candidates for graduation during Dec. 16 commencement

University honors 408 students representing 32 U.S. states and nine countries

Harding University American Studies Institute to host Panama Canal executive Ilya R. Espino de Marotta

Espino de Marotta started with the Panama Canal Authority in 1985 and made history when she was named the organization's first female...

The Waldron Center for Entrepreneurship and Family Business hosts the first Bison Idea Pitch

In September, the Waldron Center for Entrepreneurship and Family Business hosted the Bison Idea Pitch.

Harding University to host Jonathan Skrmetti on Sept. 21 during its American Studies Institute Distinguished Lecture Series

The Harding University American Studies Institute will welcome Tennessee Attorney General and Reporter Jonathan Skrmetti as part of its...

Harding University to host 2023 Special Olympics Summer Games

Harding University will host the 2023 Special Olympics Arkansas Summer Games on May 19 and 20. More than 1,400 athletes and coaches are anticipated...

Spring Sing participants award nearly $7K to local charities

This weekend, students, faculty and production crew members came together to perform Spring Sing 2023: “Stand Out.”

Harding University hires Weston Jameson as new head men's basketball coach

“The spirited selection of Coach Jameson is another progressive move in the trajectory of Harding athletics,” Harding president Dr.

Harding University hosts economist Dr. Anne Rathbone Bradley at distinguished lecture series

The Harding University American Studies Institute will host George and Sally Mayer Fellow for Economic Education and vice president of academic...

Jeff Morgan retires as head men’s basketball coach for University, continues on as athletic director

Harding University’s Jeff Morgan will retire as head men’s basketball coach at the end of the 2022-23 season but will continue serving...

Searcy Summer Dinner Theatre wins awards for "The Play that Goes Wrong"

In August 2022, the Searcy Summer Dinner Theatre premiered “The Play That Goes Wrong.”

Spring Sing presents ‘Twice Upon a Time’ April 15-17

Students, alumni, families, friends and guests of Harding University are invited April 15-17 for the 47th annual Spring Sing.

Memoir published by former Harding University president, chancellor Clifton L. Ganus Jr.


Board chairman announces search for new president


Remembering and honoring the life of Botham Jean

Harding University President David Burks announced that the University will remember and honor the life of Botham Jean by placing a monument...

Harding University honors and celebrates African American alumni on campus

Harding University President David Burks has announced that the University will honor and celebrate Bro.

Artwork display portrays influential African Americans in the Churches of Christ

The Harding University Brackett Library is featuring an exhibit titled “Every Voice” through Friday, Nov. 20.

Campus illuminated for the holiday season

Harding University will kick off the holiday season with a closed lighting ceremony for students, faculty and staff Monday, Nov. 2.

We invite you to celebrate HOMEcoming 2020, virtually

Harding University invites you to celebrate its 96th anniversary Oct. 29-31, online.

Department of Engineering and Physics uses lab to produce 3D printed masks and face shields for Unity Health

In mid-March, the University engineering and physics department received a call from Unity Health anesthesiologist Dr.

Carion Wind Quintet brings classical music to life in Arts and Life performance series

Harding University will host the Carion Wind Quintet Thursday, Feb. 27 as part of the 2019-20 Arts and Life Performance Series.

Women for Harding hosts annual princess and superhero event

Harding students who are Women for Harding Scholarship recipients will portray 30 different characters at this year’s event.

Arts and Life Performance Series to host gourmet Valentine’s dinner and jazz concert

Dinner will include a culinary duet of filet mignon and salmon with roasted potatoes, asparagus and a flourless chocolate cake and a fruit garnish...

CPE partners with JCPenney to host “Suit Up” event

College of Allied Health appoints new chair

Meeker, assistant professor of communication sciences and disorders, has been with the University since 2008.