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Seminary Offering More Interdisciplinary Study

Eastern Mennonite Seminary is creating more interdisciplinary study options in collaboration with other graduate programs at Eastern Mennonite University. “EMS collaboration with other graduate programs places seminary learning in the thick of the cross-disciplinary studies neede ...More

MBA program offers ‘steward-leadership’ thrust

Not often do graduate students develop business strategies by observing first-hand patterns of meadow regeneration and interdependence at the Shenandoah National Park or by engaging social entrepreneurs at the local Farmers Market and at the Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton in conversations about achieving sustainability advantage. Few business programs encourage students to use Faceb ...More

New MBA Programs for Nonprofit Leaders

The Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program is now offering two new programs with a difference for nonprofit leaders seeking highly pragmatic as well as marketable training. Ron S ...More

MBA Program to Hold ‘Open House’

EMU is holding an “open house” Tuesday, June 17, for its masters in business administration (MBA) degree program. Co-director and Associate Professor Anthony S ...More

That’s Business at EMU (from Crossroads)

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‘Good at Business,’ the Spring 2008 Issue of Crossroads

EMU alumni are key players in retail businesses, banks, insurance and accounting firms, hotels, restaurants, publishing houses, law offices, land development, and construction-related industries. See what alumni have accomplished! Read more… ...More

EMU Offering ‘Leadership’ Seminars in New Year

The seminars run from January 25 to April 25. Learn more… EMU is offering a series of seven seminars designed to help persons sharpen their leadership and conflict management skills. EMU̵ ...More

Prof Sees Microfinance Efforts Working

Spencer Cowles Spencer L. Cowles, chair of the department of business and economics at EMU, feels like he had the best of all possible worlds during his recent sabbatical. ...More

Lefever Announces Retirement from EMU Roles

It’s been “five wonderful years,” but he wants to retire from EMU in order to “devote more time to family, other organizations and several entrepreneurial interests.” Allon H. Lefever (61), who has directed the master of business administration (MBA) program at EMU since 2003, plans to leave that role on Jan. 10, 2008, the start of the ...More

EMU Names New Faculty and Staff

EMU will have 16 new undergraduate and graduate faculty members when fall semester classes begin Aug. 29, 2007. The new faculty, announced by Dr. Beryl H. Brubaker, EMU provost, and Dr. Marie S. Morris, vice president and undergraduate academic dean, are: Kirsten Eve Beachy, assistant professor of English. Beachy earned a BA with a double major ...More