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ETBU Dean and Professor of Business Administration Barry Evans, Assistant Professor of History Jenny Hoover, and their students participate in a joint forum with faculty and students of the University of Economics and Finance.

June 11, 2019

ETBU History and Business students travel to Vietnam

The East Texas Baptist University Fred Hale School of Business and Department of History and Political Science traveled to Vietnam as a part of the Global Study and Serve Program on Sunday, May 12 through Sunday, June 2. Students earned credit for either International Business, taught by Dean and Professor of Business Administration Barry Evans, or Vietnam: Colonialism, Nationalism, and Conflict, taught by Assistant Professor of History Jenny Hoover.

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June 10, 2019

ETBU, Hawaii Baptist Academy partner to prepare Christian servant leaders

East Texas Baptist University broadened its reach through a Christian Education Partnership Agreement with Hawaii Baptist Academy (HBA). This agreement, signed at the HBA Stan Sagert High School campus in Honolulu, Hawaii on Thursday, May 30 by ETBU President J. Blair Blackburn and HBA President Ron Shiira, ensures a smooth transition for HBA students to pursue a quality, Christian education at ETBU.

Tiger Baseball player Casey Combs joins the MLB

June 6, 2019

Tiger Baseball player Casey Combs joins MLB

For the third time in University history, an East Texas Baptist University Baseball player has been selected in the Major League Baseball (MLB) Draft. Joining the ranks of Tim Brown (1980, New York Mets) and Tyler Bates (2016, Los Angeles Angels), Casey Combs was picked as #801 in the twenty-seventh round by the Miami Marlins. Combs was the fourth NCAA Division III athlete chosen in the draft and only one of nine overall.

June 4, 2019

ETBU’s annual Hilltop University encourages senior adults

East Texas Baptist University held its annual Hilltop University on Wednesday, May 29 through Friday, May 31. The three-day spiritual retreat offered more than 170 boomers and senior adults the opportunity to experience life as an ETBU student on campus through the study of God’s Word, corporate worship, joyful entertainment, and fellowship with friends.