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Valerie Young normally does not end her communication class by telling her students “I love you!” Normalcy, however, began an extended hiatus weeks ago and the COVID-19 pandemic continues its onslaught around the globe. “I wasn’t sure how the first day would go, but my questions and fears disappeared after I saw their faces on

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Hanover College has built a reputation for the quality of its face-to-face teaching and its “personal touch” approach to education. The strong relationships between students and instructors have been central to the College’s mission for nearly two centuries. While the mission remains the same, the approach will be markedly different when winter term classes resume

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Hanover College is pleased to announce the appointment of Carey Adams, Ph.D., as its new provost and vice president for academic affairs. Adams has an extensive background in higher education and small liberal arts colleges specifically, and was most recently the vice president for academic affairs at Fontbonne University in St. Louis. Previously, Adams served

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Students who wish to begin their college careers abroad will be able to complete their degrees in four years at Hanover College through a recently formed partnership with Verto Education. Founded in 2018, Verto Education has reimagined the first year of college. Their approach focuses on learning both inside and outside the classroom, offering students

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David Mruzek, Hanover College’s director of instrumental music programs, will be honored for his commitment to the profession by the Kentucky Music Educators Association (KMEA) during the organization’s annual professional development conference. Mruzek, a music educator for the past 35 years, will receive KMEA’s Years-of-Service Award Friday, Feb. 7, during a ceremony in Louisville, Ky.

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Professor Madlen Batchvarova and three members of the Hanover College Chamber Singers will be featured presenters at the Indiana Music Education Association professional development conference. The annual gathering, slated for Jan. 17-19, will be held at the Grand Wayne Center in Fort Wayne, Ind. Batchvarova, director of Hanover’s choral programs, will present “YouTube or Study

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Hanover College has been certified as an affiliate of the Bee Campus USA program, designed to marshal the strengths of educational campuses for the benefit of pollinators. Hanover joins more than 150 other cities and campuses across the country united in improving their landscapes for pollinators. Bee City USA and Bee Campus USA are initiatives

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Dustin Bailey, assistant professor of education, has accepted a nomination to join the national accreditation council for the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). The decision-making body evaluates educator preparation programs throughout the U.S. Bailey serves as chair of the College’s education department and head of the Hanover Educator Preparation Program. A member

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Hanover employees Steve Brown, Lindsay Rainey Faulstick ’07, Aarik Gault and Stephen Steiner were recognized as recipients of the 2019 Stanley Totten Awards. The honor is presented annually to members of the staff and faculty for outstanding service above and beyond normal job responsibilities. Brown is an information technology specialist, while Faulstick is an associate

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The Hanover College Concert Choir and Chamber Singers will offer two presentations of their spring program in March before embarking on a unique two-week tour of Bulgaria in May. The spring concerts will feature a repertoire that includes sacred and secular works from the contemporary American Protestant choral tradition, as well as Bulgarian and Russian

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