Vice President of Academic Affairs, Brad Kurtz-Shaw, shares his take on the integrity of holistic education.
This issue of The Messenger focuses on one aspect of NNU’s goal of educating students—the idea that education must do more than affect only the mind, that it must affect the whole person.
NNU Faculty have voted to transition to a "7-Colleges" structure. In support of this new model, President Joel Pearsall has named seven internal Faculty as Deans for their respective departments.
You might not think to pair a ferret and a 3D printer together, but engineering student Ben Campbell saw a problem and created a solution.
NNU has been awarded a five year grant totaling $872,005, which will fund undergraduate students working on faculty-directed summer research projects. The research projects will specifically be focused in the areas of biology, chemistry, computer science, field biology and engineering.
Retired NNU professor, Jerry Hull, dusted off his walking shoes for his 81st birthday and completed 81 miles to raise money for the Salvation Army, and he's not stopping anytime soon.
Our secondary teacher preparation program has been named as one of the top in the country—specifically as an undergraduate program that excels in preparing teacher candidates to meet the demands of their future classrooms.
With construction on NNU’s new student commons well underway—and nearly halfway finished—plans to repurpose the current student center have begun. Multiple departments on campus will utilize the new repurposed space including: the College of Nursing, Undergraduate Admissions and multiple offices that currently serve student needs.
Supporter, alumni and friend of Northwest Nazarene University, Jerry Lee Caven, went to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on May 24. His family will remember him for his great determination to create, develop and share the gifts and talents given to him by God and the passion to do so until the very end of his life. Jerry has left a legacy of service to his family and to God.
We are excited to announce Digital Media as a new major with the Department of Art & Design beginning Fall 2019.