l-r Brett Childs and Laura (Lambert) Childs. Laura like many teachers, had to overcome the challenge of teaching her students virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Faulkner Education major embraces virtual learning during COVID-19 pandemic

Since the COVID-19 outbreak, Faulkner alumna Laura (Lambert) Childs has enjoyed learning new technologies when it comes to teaching her second graders at Halcyon Elementary in a virtual classroom. Although virtual learning is no replacement for the real thing, Childs…
Therapist helps elderly patient with physical therapy exercises using a dumbbell

FAULKNER UNIVERSITY OFFICIALLY ADDS PHYSICAL THERAPY PROGRAM TO COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES WITH RECENT ACCREDITATION STATUS

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Faulkner University’s College of Health Sciences continues to expand with the most recent addition of its third program, Physical Therapy (PT), after being granted Candidate for Accreditation status by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE), effective April 27,…
l-r Scott Gleaves, don Myers and Judy Myers. Gleaves presents Don Myers with a commemorative plaque during his retirement ceremony.

Don Myers retires after making a difference in students’ lives for 18 years

Over the course of 18 years teaching biblical studies at Faulkner, Don Myers’ quiet dignity and genuine care for the spiritual well-being of others, endeared him to students and colleagues alike. At the end of each semester, he would call…
Dale Kirkland, left and President Mike Williams, right confer an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters to David Shannon, center.

Faulkner confers honorary Doctorate to Freed-Hardeman President

Faulkner University President Mike Williams and Faulkner University Board of Trustees Chairman Dale Kirkland conferred an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters to President of Freed-Hardeman University David R. Shannon on May 1, 2020. The presentation was made during the second…
Sheriff Alfonzo Williams encourages graduates to live a life of service during his commencement speech on May 1, 2021.

Faulkner alumnus shares ‘Service-before-Self’ message with 2020-2021 graduates

Living a life of service is what Faulkner alumnus and Sheriff of Burke County, Georgia Alfonzo Williams encouraged graduates to pursue, during his commencement speech on May 1, 2021. Throughout the day, 415 Faulkner graduates attended one of four commencement…
Renovations of the College of Health Sciences include blue painted walls, blue and gray patterned carpeting and tables and chairs in the lobby area.

First Phase of College of Health Sciences renovations completed

The first phase of renovations for the College of Health Science’s has been completed. Crews with Marshall Design-Building LLC began working on the renovations in October 2020 to transform the former Burlington Coat Factory building into a space for Faulkner’s…