November 1, 2013

Dr. Boulden Releases Children’s Book

Dr. Boulden Releases Children’s Book

Dr. Laurie Boulden, Assistant Professor in the Teacher Education department, has self-published a children’s book through CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.  Her book, entitled “Creating Gold:  A Rumpelstiltskin Fairy Tale” is available for purchase at Amazon.com with a big book version being made available next year.  This book will also be available soon in an e-book format. A […]

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Author:
James Moyer

November 1, 2013

Babson Park Announces Teacher of the Year

Babson Park Announces Teacher of the Year

Dale R. Fair Babson Park Elementary has selected physical education teacher Becky Mendes as the school’s 2013-2014 Teacher of the Year. Becky is a Warner University graduate in Teacher Education. She joined the Babson Park faculty five years ago; before that, she taught seven years at Avon Park Middle School. She will be honored in […]

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Author:
Kareen Pickett

November 1, 2013

Dr. Fuller has Work Published

Dr. Fuller has Work Published

Warner University Assistant Professor of English, Dr. Jennifer Fuller has an article published in Ecozon@: European Journal of Literature, Culture and Environment this Fall of 2013. We are so proud of our professors as they publish their research. Below is a brief description of her article. “Seeking Wild Eyre: Landscape and the Environment in Charlotte Brontë’s […]

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Author:
James Moyer

Social Work Students Take Part in TWLOHA

September 13, 2013

Social Work Students Take Part in TWLOHA

U.S. News “Best Colleges 2014″

September 11, 2013

U.S. News “Best Colleges 2014″

Cracker Country

September 5, 2013

Cracker Country

Fall Royal Days

September 4, 2013

Fall Royal Days

Fall 2013 Orientation

August 14, 2013

Fall 2013 Orientation

Summer Prep Rally

May 1, 2013

Summer Prep Rally

Warner Faculty and Alum Honored

April 25, 2013

Warner Faculty and Alum Honored

WU Social Work Students in Tallahassee

April 17, 2013

WU Social Work Students in Tallahassee