• Spartariu Culture Influencer

    Culture Influencers: Dr. Alexandru Spatariu

    DR. ALEXANDRU SPATARIU, associate professor of Education, was chosen to review research papers for the American Education Research Association, the most prominent education association in the world. He has reviewed a total of 17 papers in Division C (Learning and Instruction) and a Special Interest Group (Computer and Internet Applications in Education). Spatariu has co-authored …

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  • Dr. Jon Suter, Movie Man

    This Week’s Review: Nicholas and Alexandra and Rasputin and the Empress.

    Stormy weather kept me housebound for most of the May 14 weekend.  Had I been willing to brave the elements, I would have headed for Money Monster, but I have not felt any great sense of loss at missing it.  The trailers have given away much of the plot, but I may try to catch it …

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  • Doctoral Robe

    HBU Announces Move to the Next Level with New Doctoral Program

    “The addition of doctoral programs will allow us to accomplish our Ten Pillars vision to become a fully national, comprehensive university.” With each new step forward, the Ten Pillars vision is becoming a reality for the University.” -HBU President Robert B. Sloan, Jr. During its annual meeting in Houston, the Southern Association of Colleges and …

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  • The City

    The Resurrection of Jesus In Contemporary Theology

    by Gary R. Habermas During  my several decades of specializing in studies regarding the resurrection of Jesus, many theological and philosophical trends have come and g one. Why broad changes take place is any field of study is an intriguing  study  in  itself,  though h  this is not  the emphasis of this essay. Rather, in …

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  • Faculty as Culture influencers

    Culture Influencers: Dr. Valerie Bussell and Michael Bouchahine

    DR. VALERIE BUSSELL, associate professor of Psychology in the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences, and MICHAEL BOUCHAHINE, an HBU Alumni, presented a poster at the Sixth International Conference on Sport and Society at the University of Toronto in Toronto Canada in July. The title of the presentation was “Athletic Identity in University Athletes: Differences …

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  • Dr. Jon Suter, Movie Man

    This Week’s Review: Captain America

    Captain America: Civil War could have been called Iron Man 4, Ant-Man 2 or Avengers 3 in that all four series converge in this episode. If you haven’t seen all the films in all three series, you may be slightly puzzled. I have known these characters since their creation in the early 1960s, so that …

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  • HR Contest

    Miller Wins Prestigious HR Student Contest

    The National Academy of Human Resources (NAHR) sponsored the yearly Ram Charan Essay Contest in New York City, and taking top prize were Suetta Miller, a student in the masters of HR management program at HBU and Brenda A. Barros-Rivera, a PhD student in the HR and organizational-behavior program at Texas A&M. Their paper, titled …

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  • HBU's Hinton Center

    MS-HRM Program Aligned with Society for Human Resource Management Guidelines

    The Archie W. Dunham College of Business at Houston Baptist University (HBU) is pleased to announce that the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has acknowledged that HBU’s Master of Science in Human Resource Management (MS-HRM) program fully aligns with SHRM’s HR Curriculum Guidebook and Templates. The Guidelines, developed in 2006 and revalidated in 2010 …

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  • Pearcy Culture Influencer

    Culture Influencers: Nancy Pearcey

    NANCY PEARCEY, professor of Apologetics and scholar in residence, was invited to deliver the annual lecture for Denver Seminary’s Gordon Lewis Center. She spoke on “Finding Truth: How the Bible Teaches Critical Thinking,” and at luncheon the following day, addressed “Arguing for Sexual Truth in a Secular Age.” That evening she also spoke at Horizon …

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  • Collins

    Under the Radar -Houston Chronicle

    “Under the Radar,” the group show at Williams Tower Gallery this fall, contained such a range of works it almost appeared random.  A casual visitor might have wondered how a large, wreathlike work made of plastic water bottles relates to abstract paintings, portraits of characters with tattoos, inky drawings of animals, a vitrine of quirky …

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