The $9 million renovation of and addition to Bridgewater College's Nininger Hall, which houses the college's athletics programs and the department of health and human sciences, will be celebrated Thursday, July 18, at 10 a.m., with a groundbreaking
Bridgewater College’s chemistry department has recognized four students for their accomplishments in chemistry and research.
The following awards were presented May 7 at the annual Awards Convocation: the John Martin Organic Chemistry Award to Ibrahim
Three Bridgewater College seniors received Daniel W. Bly–Lamar B. Neal History and Political Science awards from the department of history and political science at the annual Awards Convocation on May 7.
Evan Boehm from Crownsville, Md., J.J. Krehbiel
For the second year in a row, Bridgewater College's chapter of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) has been named a Superior Merit Award winner for excellence and achievement in the 2012-13 school year by SHRM's national organization.
Bridgewater College's student- and faculty-maintained community garden will expand its growing and production season thanks to a $500 Thirty in 30 grant from Keep Virginia Beautiful (KVB).
The grant – part of KVB's "30 Grants in 30 Days" program – will
Eight Bridgewater College seniors were presented awards from the department of health and human sciences during the annual Awards Convocation on May 7.
Frances Kies received the Most Valuable Athletic Training Student award. The award is voted on by her
Dr. Robert McFadden, the Anna B. Mow Professor Emeritus of Religion at Bridgewater College, has published a collection of essays under the title, Is the Bible Correct?And Other Essays.
The book also contains the essays "Noah and the Flood" and "The War in
For Jeff Carter, the leap from a 20-year career as a pastor to his new role as president of Bethany Theological Seminary is a natural progression of a lifelong passion for education. As head pastor at Manassas Church of the Brethren since 2003, Carter
By Karen Doss Bowman '91
As a player on the men’s basketball team, Bridgewater junior David Larson spends a lot of time outside of classes in Nininger Hall – from practices to workouts to Division III games. Larson was thrilled when he found out that
The George S. Aldhizer II Department of Economics and Business at Bridgewater College recognized four students for excellence during the annual academic awards convocation on May 7.
Ashlea Bowers, a senior business administration major from
Three Bridgewater College students received scholarships from the Philomathes Society, the college’s scholastic honor society, at the annual Awards Convocation on May 7 at Bridgewater College.
Kelly Morse received the Graduate School Scholarship and Rebecca