Three Things That Haven't Changed After 20 Years

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 9/14/20 10:24 AM

PHC looks forward to celebrating its 20th Anniversary this year as the school reflects on where it has been in the last two decades. Many things have changed since PHC opened its small...

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Dear Professors: Part II

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 9/2/20 3:56 PM

PHC faculty pour so much  into their work. They spend long hours preparing for lectures, engaging with students, and grading assignments. PHC highly esteems its commitment to academic rigor,...

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Top Five Mistakes Students Make with Turabian Formatting

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 8/18/20 9:38 AM

One of the hardest things to learn when adjusting to college academics is understanding how to correctly format an essay. Our professors require Turabian formatting, so we talked to some of our...

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Why We Teach - Dr. Steve Hake

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 8/3/20 9:45 AM

PHC's professors are the backbone of the school. They spend long hours teaching classes and grading assignments. While not in the classroom, they often mentor students.

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Why We Teach - Dr. Kristina Tanner

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 7/31/20 8:15 AM

PHC faculty are the heart of the school; they are not only teachers, but they are also mentors and friends. We wanted to talk to some faculty about why they chose to teach at PHC and what their...

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Why We Teach - Dr. Rob Spinney

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 7/29/20 10:45 AM

Professors at Patrick Henry College do more than teach classes. They spend hours preparing for lectures, late nights grading, and a lot of time with students during office hours. Most faculty...

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Dear Professors: Part I

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 5/29/20 8:53 AM

Patrick Henry College faculty spend long hours teaching and mentoring students. Their hard work has become more and more challenging as they have had to adapt to the challenges of remote...

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How A Crisis Can Be Valuable

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 4/28/20 3:45 PM

Dean of Academic Affairs and Professor of Government Dr. Mark Mitchell discussed how we should go about living our lives amidst a national crisis in his lecture titled “Power, COVID-19, and Little...

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How to Stay Professional on Zoom

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 4/22/20 8:44 AM

Since PHC’s switch to remote instruction on March 17, students and faculty have had to get used to working from home and attending classes on Zoom. “Staying professional creates a culture of...

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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Kristina Tanner, D.M.A.

Posted by Carrie Durning on 4/13/20 11:07 AM

Dr. Kristina Tanner, D.M.A., is the assistant Music Professor at PHC, as well as a mother of 5 children (with another arriving mid-May!), and wife to a husband with a military career. We chatted...

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