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October 22, 2019

ETBU holds Women’s Empowerment Luncheon

East Texas Baptist University hosted a special luncheon for female leaders from the University, Wiley College, and the Marshall community on Monday, October 21 in the Ornelas Student Center. The luncheon, hosted by ETBU First Lady Michelle Blackburn, featured special guest speaker and President of Benedict College, Dr. Roslyn Clark Artis, who shared her insights on the value of education for the empowerment of women in the workplace.

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August 29, 2019

ETBU shows appreciation for firefighters and EMS responders

East Texas Baptist University presented a check for $1,000 to Marshall Fire Chief Reggie Cooper for the Marshall Fire Department’s Historic Bell project. On August 29 at the presentation ceremony, ETBU President J. Blair Blackburn shared his appreciation and gratitude for the sacrifices made by firefighters and EMS responders.

May 28, 2019

ETBU honors legacy of Sam B. Hall, Jr. and armed forces

East Texas Baptist University hosted the 24th annual tribute to Sam B. Hall, Jr. on Monday, May 27 at the historic Harrison County Courthouse Square in downtown Marshall. The Sam B. Hall Memorial Day Celebration: A Patriotic Concert featured patriotic live music performed by the East Texas Symphonic Band, a salute to those who sacrificed their lives in U.S. military service, and commemorated the legacy of The Honorable Sam B. Hall, Jr.

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April 25, 2019

George Carter and Gloria Moon receive ETBU Good Samaritan Award

East Texas Baptist University held the second annual Good Samaritan Luncheon on Thursday, April 25 to recognize Marshall Convention and Visitor Bureau Board Chair George Carter and Marshall City Commissioner-District 1 Gloria Moon for their servant leadership in Marshall. ETBU selected Carter and Moon to receive the Good Samaritan Award, inspired by the parable in Luke 10:25-37.

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April 24, 2019

ETBU recognized as the sixth-ranked Registered Nurse program in Texas

East Texas Baptist University has been recognized by the Annual RegisteredNursing.org Registered Nurse (RN) Program State Rankings as the sixth-ranked RN Program in Texas out of 119 programs evaluated and 50 ranked. Since 2015, ETBU nurses have achieved 100 percent pass rates on the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) and received job offers within three months of degree completion.