Tag Archives: Ann Hershberger

Outstanding young alum: Leader in hospital, church, community

Elizabeth Good ’01, is seldom far from the wise counsel of an EMU professor, though separated by many miles and years since graduation. “Ann Hershberger was, and still is, a tremendous influence on my life and career as a nurse,” says Good. “I still email her with questions and we sometimes talk on the phone. ...More

Albert Keim: Cross-Cultural Visionary

The world is a laboratory for study. It provides alternatives, new possibilities and challenges…it is learning for life. –Al Keim EMU’s cross-cultural program may never have come to be, had it not been for the efforts of Albert Keim ’63, dean of students from 1977 to 1984. Keim had a passion for education, service and ...More

Ann Hershberger: Experiencing the Cauldron of War

Thirty years have passed since her days as a nurse in a war zone, but Ann Hershberger ’76 still has a sense of impending violence when she hears a helicopter over her head. “I still can’t stand to have a helicopter go over me,” she says. “I remember looking up at them and not feeling ...More