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Judson College nursing students pass national licensure exam

The Judson College Department of Nursing proudly announced that 100% of nursing students from this year’s graduating cohort to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) have passed on their first attempt. Our congratulations to: Daphne Abrams – Demopolis, AL  Maricela Ellis – Demopolis, AL Emily Hand – Jemison, AL Victoria Langford – Marion, AL Tiffany Parker – Greensboro, AL […]

Honors Program graduates present research

The Judson College Honors Program hosted project presentations on May 22 in the Adams-Armstrong Lecture Hall of the Charlotte G. Lowder Science Building. The program celebrated the scholarly achievements of academically distinguished students enrolled in the Honors Program. To participate in the Honors Program, students must maintain a 3.5 grade point average and be recommended […]

Judson College Academic Dean co-edits recent Review & Expositor journal

Dr. Scott W. Bullard, Vice President &Academic Dean and Associate Professor of Religious Studies of Judson College, serves as co-editor and contributor of the current issue of Review & Expositor, a quarterly Baptist academic journal of theology. The issue, published in February, is entitled “Hauerwas Among the Baptists.” For the publication’s piece “Editorial Introduction: Hauerwas Among the Baptists,” Bullard […]

Judson English professor and students make presentation at ACETA Conference

Article by Dr. Stacey Parham A Judson College English professor and two freshman students made a presentation at the recent Associate of College English Teachers of Alabama (ACETA) Conference in Fairhope, Ala. Dr. Stacey Parham, Assistant Professor of English, Sarah Green of Sumiton, Ala. and Victoria Douglas of Jacksonville, Ark., presented a panel discussion at […]

Graphic designer Lindsey Holt featured at Judson College April 6

The exhibition Hindsight: A Four-Year Retrospective features original graphic prints and interactive work of Judson College senior art student, Lindsey Holt. The show will be on display at the Marian Acree Tucker Gallery on the Judson College campus. The show opens April 6 and will continue through April 10. There will be an artist’s reception in the […]

Artist Haley Coe Hester featured at Marian Acree Tucker Gallery

The Goldfish Project, an exhibition on display at Marian Acree Tucker Gallery, features original graphic prints and interactive work of Judson College senior art student, Haley Coe Hester. The show opens March 23 and continues through March 26. There will be an artist’s reception on Monday, March 23 from 3:00 – 4:30 p.m. in the […]

Judson College’s KDE members make presentation at regional meeting

Article by Dr. Lesley Sheek and Heather Waterhouse ‘17 Three members of Judson College’s Beta Rho chapter of Kappa Delta Epsilon made a presentation at a recent KDE regional meeting in Columbia, SC, from February 27 to March 1, 2015. The three students, all teacher candidates, were Kimberly Carter of West Blocton, Ashlyn Lane of […]

Judson Social Work professor reflects on Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee 

by Angela Dennison, Assistant Professor of Social Work On Sunday, March 8, the Judson College Social Work department sponsored a trip to Selma for the 50th Anniversary commemoration of Bloody Sunday, a galvanizing event in the Civil Rights Movement. Each year many come from all over the world for Selma’s Annual Bridge Crossing Jubilee.  This […]

Judson English department to host African-American Read-In

This year marks the fourth anniversary of the Judson College African American Read-In.  As a sponsor institution, Judson College embraces the National Council of Teachers of English’s (NCTE) call to “make literacy a significant part of Black History Month.” Judson’s English Department will be hosting this event on Thursday, February 19, 2015, in the Adams-Armstrong […]

Judson Social Work department to screen Eyes on the Prize Feb 14

The Judson College Social Work Program will be hosting a marathon viewing of the PBS network series Eyes on the Prize, a documentary about the Civil Rights Movement in the United States. Originally aired on the PBS network and in the United Kingdom on BBC2, the series uses archival footage and interviews of participants and opponents of the […]