Year: 2021

Nursing students’ perseverance celebrated at Athens, Demorest events

Piedmont University nursing students were applauded as they entered the space where a “Heroes Learn Here” pizza party was about to start. Faculty from the R.H. Daniel School of Nursing wanted to celebrate their perseverance and success. “We put this lunch together to acknowledge that we know you have been out on the frontlines giving…

More than 350 students take part in third Piedmont Symposium

More than 350 students participated in the third annual Piedmont University Symposium on April 14. The high-profile event embodies the Piedmont Promise “practical” pillar by providing research opportunities for students.  The event is becoming a tradition at Piedmont and is a celebration of research, creativity, and inquiry. Studies have shown that students who receive these…

Camerata to perform May 23

Piedmont University’s artists-in-residence chamber ensemble, Piedmont Camerata, will present a free concert 4 p.m., May 23 in the Chapel on the Demorest campus. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, attendance will be limited and registration is required.  Please visit our Fine Arts Event Guidelines webpage to learn more. The ensemble includes Heather Baird-Strachan, violin; Rachael Fischer, violin;…

It’s official! Piedmont UNIVERSITY

Building on a decade of growth, record enrollment, and a rising regional profile, Piedmont faculty, staff, and students celebrated a major milestone this week: becoming a university. The name change – announced last June – became official today as Piedmont University unveiled new logos for Piedmont’s home campus in Demorest, its Athens campus, and four…

Piedmont University to host concert March 30

The Piedmont University a cappella group, Cantabile, will present a free concert that will include jazz, pop, Broadway, and traditional African-American music at 5 p.m., Tuesday, March 30 in the Piedmont University Chapel. Works by Richard Rogers, Oscar Hammerstein, Bobby Troup, and others will be performed. Members of the group are Piedmont students Matthew Bramlett,…