The world as classroom: Faculty-staff panel discusses past, present and future of EMU’s unique cross-cultural program

Professor Kim Brenneman calls the cross-cultural experience “the ultimate classroom.” Most Eastern Mennonite University alumni who have participated in the program agree. Each semester and summer, EMU students spread out ... read more about The world as classroom: Faculty-staff panel discusses past, present and future of EMU’s unique cross-cultural program

Daughters for Life Gala Dinner to honor three peacebuilders and raise funds for Middle East women scholars to attend CJP’s graduate program

Three women working in peacebuilding will be honored during a special Daughters for Life Foundation Gala Dinner in Washington D.C. The Sept. 16 event at Busboys and Poets in Washington D.C. is ... read more about Daughters for Life Gala Dinner to honor three peacebuilders and raise funds for Middle East women scholars to attend CJP’s graduate program

Grad School Q & A: Corrie Swartzendruber ’09, earned a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree at University of Iowa

Corrie Swartzendruber is an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner in the University of Iowa’s department of anesthesia and Family Nurse Practitioner. She is a 2009 graduate of Eastern Mennonite University (EMU), ... read more about Grad School Q & A: Corrie Swartzendruber ’09, earned a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree at University of Iowa

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Leymah Gbowee ’07, a 2011 Nobel Peace Prize recipient, will speak at the Naval War College on August 10th

Leymah Gbowee, a 2011 Nobel Peace Prize recipient, will deliver a keynote address on “The Critical Significance of Engaging Women in Peace and Security” at the U.S. Naval War College on August 10th at 6:30 pm. ... read more about Leymah Gbowee ’07, a 2011 Nobel Peace Prize recipient, will speak at the Naval War College on August 10th from What'sUpNewp (Rhode Island)

Centennial Award recipients Chester and Sara Jane Wenger honored for ‘rich lives of service, leadership and faith’

When Chester Wenger ’36 became acquainted with Sara Jane Weaver ’42, he found her “so beautiful and loveable I couldn’t resist,” he said with a twinkle in his eye. Something ... read more about Centennial Award recipients Chester and Sara Jane Wenger honored for ‘rich lives of service, leadership and faith’

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‘Crossing the Line’ Anabaptist women’s history conference attracts scholars, artists and boundary-crossers

Women casting off their bonnets, pushing at the margins of traditional behavior, moving away from their faith communities and into different cultures, writing and speaking of what they were told ... read more about ‘Crossing the Line’ Anabaptist women’s history conference attracts scholars, artists and boundary-crossers

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