Wisdom

Symposium “The Lord´s Prayer: Origins, Significance, and Reception” in Tübingen

As published by The Institute for the Study of Christian Origins on October 16, 2018. By Dr. Dennis Lindsay The international symposium on “The Lord’s Prayer: Origins, Significance, and Reception” marks another important milestone in the ongoing work of the European Evangelistic Society in Tübingen, Germany. The Institute for the Study of Christian Origins, along…

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Wong Nominated For Best Score

NCU’s Addison Wong, MM, instructor of music, was nominated for the Best Score Award at the Great Lakes Christian Film Festival in Buffalo, New York. Wong composed the musical score for Not Alone, a short-flim by evangelical filmmaker Earl Martin, about a man struggling with loneliness. “It is honor to work on this important film…

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Faculty Colloquium Schedule Announced

All member of the NCU community are invited to attend the monthly Faculty Colloquiums scheduled on specific Thursday afternoons from 4:00 – 4:50 p.m. The Faculty Colloquium is designed to highlight current NCU faculty research and scholarship and to promote academic dialog. Colloquium sessions are held in Room SPS 100. Presenters are: September 13, 2018…

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Communications Department Honors Dr. Lane With New Podcast

By All Means Communicate, dedicated to NCU Professor Emeritus Lee Lane, Ph.D., is a new podcast from the NCU Communications Department that is sure to educate, inform and entertain, as Professor Doyle Srader, Ph.D. and his students produce fresh, lively content about communications, sports, politics, and vocation calling. “Each podcast delivers discussion and insight concerning…

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Spring Education Consortium Meeting

The Teacher Education Program’s Spring Consortium brought leadership from school districts, cooperating teachers and community members together with faculty to share information and indentify opportunities for program improvement and growth. NCU hosts the consortiums every school year in the fall and spring. Information shared at recent meetings led to the development of NCU’s special education…

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2018 Student Award Winners Announced

Rosa Marie Schmidt, Michael Buss and Joe Dysert received Northwest Christian University’s highest student honors for academic achievement and leadership during the University’s 119th Commencement on May 12, 2018, in the Morse Event Center on campus. Schmidt, from Nome, Alaska, received the President’s Scholastic Award for the highest cumulative grade point average with at least…

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Northwest Christian University Graduation Set For May 12

For the second consecutive year, Northwest Christian University will graduate a record number of students when its Board of Trustees confers degrees for 174 graduates (61 graduate degrees and 113 undergraduate degrees) during the University’s 119th commencement ceremony on Sat., May 12, 2018, at 10 A.M. in the Morse Event Center located on West 11th…

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Students Are ACES

Faculty, staff and fellow students gathered on Weds., Dec. 6, 2017, to hear 78 juniors and seniors present their capstone or end-of-term projects during Northwest Christian University’s semi-annual research colloquium known as Academic Creativity and Excellence Day or ACE Day. Several sophomores and first year students also took a turn at the podium to make…

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NCU’s Offers Graduate Certificate/Endorsement in Special Ed.

The Department of Education has approved Northwest Christian University to offer a graduate certificate program in Special Education. The Special Ed. endorsement has already been approved as part of NCU’s Master of Arts in Teaching program. The recent approval means that NCU graduate students seeking a Special Education Certificate may now be eligible for federal…

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A reforming church brings many blessings – Dr. Dennis Lindsay

As published in The Register Guard on October 29, 2017. On the eve of All Saints Day, also known as “All Hallows Eve” — Oct. 31, 1517 — a young Roman Catholic monk in Wittenberg, Germany, posted a notice on the community bulletin board inviting an academic dialogue over a list of 95 theological propositions….

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