- visual communications
- Class of 2013
- Blairsville, GA
2012 Apr 11
Angela Harkins, a senior visual communications major from Blairsville, Ga., was one of twenty-six Reinhardt University students who were inducted into the Georgia Mu chapter of Alpha Chi, a national college honor scholarship society, at the April 1, 2012, ceremony held at the University's Falany Performing Arts Center.
Dr. Catherine B. Emanuel, the Director of the Center for Student Success, was inducted as an honorary member for her outstanding contributions to the chapter and to Reinhardt University.
The 2011-12 Alpha Chi officers Emerald Boggs, Jenna Lee, Bonnie Medford, and Stephanie Summers assisted with the ceremony, along with Dr. Robert Driscoll, the Vice President for Academic Affairs; Dr. Catherine Emanuel, the Director of the Center for Student Success; the Reverend Leigh Martin, the University chaplain; Ms. Susan Naylor, Associate Professor of Music; Dr. Roger Lee, the Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students; Dr. Walter May, the Assistant Dean of Students; Dr. Joy Farmer, the chapter sponsor; and Reinhardt alumna and Alpha Chi member Hannah Hise, who provided the special music.
The objectives of Alpha Chi are to promote and to recognize superior scholarship and those elements of character that make scholarship effective for service. The society, founded on February 22, 1922, has more than 300 chapters in colleges all across the United States and Puerto Rico. Membership, which is limited to no more than 10 percent of juniors, seniors, and graduate school students, encompasses all disciplines and is the highest academic honor that Reinhardt University awards.
About Reinhardt University
A private comprehensive university, Reinhardt University has focused on shaping lives and building futures. Founded in 1883, Reinhardt has remained true to its values as a private liberal arts institution affiliated with The United Methodist Church that offers a caring learning environment dedicated to meeting each student's needs.
More than 1157 students are enrolled in Reinhardt's five graduate programs in business administration, music and education, and 41 undergraduate majors, which range from business, communications and education to political science, theater and math. Reinhardt has two locations- a residential campus in Cherokee County in Waleska, Ga., just 45 minutes northwest of Atlanta, and center focused on adults in Alpharetta, Ga. It also offers selected programs in Cartersville and Marietta, Ga.
Additional attractions on the Waleska campus include the Falany Performing Arts Center, the Funk Heritage Center and the Fincher Visual Arts Center.
For more information, please contact Reinhardt at 770-720-5526 or 1-87-REINHARDT or see the University website at www.reinhardt.edu