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Judson Distance Learning program among top in state

Earlier this month, BestColleges.com released its 2016 list of best colleges offering undergraduate degrees online. Judson ranked #8 among recognized 4-year colleges in Alabama. According to BestColleges, colleges in this list were awarded the distinction based on academic quality, affordability, and student experience.  Using National Center for Education Statistics data from IPEDS and the College […]

History and Religious Studies student to participate in summer archaeology program in Israel

Judson College junior Marianna Nichols will be attending the Harvard University Summer Program in Ashkelon, Israel this summer. The 6-week program offers the opportunity for participating students to work alongside volunteers and a professional archaeological staff to excavate Ashkelon, an important ancient seaport on the Mediterranean coast. Nichols will complete field training in methods of […]

Judson College Choir and Handbells announce spring music tour

The Judson College Music Department announces its 2016 spring music tour, which will visit churches, schools, and other venues in Alabama and Georgia April 23-28. The tour features the Judson Singers, FAITH Ensemble, Praise Dancers, and Hand Bell Ensemble as well as several solo instrumentalists and pianists.  Thirty Judson students, accompanied by Dr. Camilla Horne, […]

Spring Music Concert scheduled for April 14

The Judson College Music Department announces its annual Spring Music Concert on Thursday, April 14th at 7:00 pm in the Alumnae Auditorium.  The concert will feature musical selections by members of the Judson Singers, FAITH Ensemble, Judson Hand Bell Ensemble, and Judson Instrumental Ensemble. The performance is free and open to the public. For further […]

English professor and students represent Judson at ACETA Conference

A Judson College English professor and three upperclassman students presented at the recent Association of College English Teachers of Alabama (ACETA) Conference held at the Capstone Hotel on the Tuscaloosa campus of the University of Alabama. Dr. Stacey Parham, Associate Professor of English, Rachel Ray of Homewood, Ala., Mary Milliron of Alabaster, Ala., and Sara […]

Judson to host Tournées French Film Festival April 6-14

The Tournées French Film Festival will be held at Judson College in Marion, AL from April 6 to April 14. Festival poster: Judson College’s Art and English Departments received a nationally-competitive collegiate grant from the French American Cultural Exchange (in partnership with the cultural services of the French Embassy) for the acquisition and screening of […]

Judson piano students to give junior recitals

The Judson College Department of Music is pleased to present Sara Jean Lane, a junior from Conyers, Georgia, in recital on Thursday, April 7, 2016, at 7:00 p.m. in Alumnae Auditorium.  Lane will present a program featuring works of J.S. Bach, Haydn, Brahms, and Muczynski. Yaw Nam and Seng Hkawn, exchange students from the Kachin […]

Judson English and Music departments host African-American Read-In

This year marked the fifth anniversary of the Judson College African American Read-In.  Judson College’s Departments of English and Music hosted this event on Thursday, February 11 in the Ramsey-McCrummen Chapel. 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 […]

Feb. 29 workshop: Preparing for Life after Judson

Judson College juniors and seniors are invited to participate in a two-part series, Preparing for Life After Judson College, hosted by Judson College’s Office of Career and Calling Initiatives. From 5:00pm-6:30pm on Monday, February 22nd & Monday, February 29th, students are invited to gather in Archibald Hall as we work through the  Job Hunting Handbook. […]

Criminal Justice Department and QEP to present panel discussion on faith and capital punishment

Judson College’s Quality Enhancement Plan, Project Curiosity, is proud to present “Understanding the Intersection of Faith and Capital Punishment,” on February 4 at 3:30pm. Current practice of capital punishment remains politically, culturally and morally contested. Last fall, students in Judson’s Debating the Death Penalty class decided that a community-wide panel discussion, comprised of representatives from […]