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MEDA Cited at White House Conference

Allon H. Lefever was interrupted in the middle of his presentation at the White House, but he ...More

Lithuanian Student Learns Business American Style

Sigita Lukaviciute Sigita Lukaviciute was 13 when Lithuania declared its independence from the former Soviet Union, spawning a national movement toward privatization. Sixteen years later, most of the country ...More

Sojourners Editor to Visit Campus

David Batstone will visit EMU for a free public presentation on "Conducting Business with Purpose and Profit" on Oct. 12 at 7 p.m. in Lehman Auditorium. Batstone, senior editor of Worthwhile magazine and e ...More

Fall Enrollment, Undergraduates Up

The number of full-time undergraduate students has increased slightly for fall semester 2006 at Eastern Mennonite University. Traditional undergraduate enrollment totals 916 students, compared to 902 last year. Of that total, 878 are full-time students, up 11 over last fall. Stephanie C. Shafer, director of undergraduate admissions, sai ...More

EMU to Offer Heathcare Leadership Training

Allon Lefever, MBA director, reviews course requirements with Lindsey Agricola (l.) of Harrisonburg and Sarah Eppard of Elkton. Both have already applied to enter the health service administration program this fall. Photo by Da ...More

Board Approves New Programs, Drops Others

Paul R. Yoder Jr. responds to a committee report as fellow trustees J. Richard Thomas and Gerald R. Horst listen. Photo by Jim Bishop Approving several new academic prog ...More

EMU Enrollment Up, More Part-Time Students

Enrollment at Eastern Mennonite University has set a new record this fall, with the increase primarily reflecting continued growth in the graduate education programs in Harrisonburg and Lancaster, Pa. An anticipated total enrollment of 1,660 students – undergraduate, seminary and graduate – compares to 1,511 last fall, according to figures released by David A. Detrow, univers ...More

Starting Early: Jason Garber

Only 21, with one company already under his belt, computer whiz Jason Garber has learned lessons about mentors, personal limits and the public role of business. Photo by Jim Bishop As a child Jason Garber liked to “play business.” ...More

New Business Arrangement Seeks Closer Student Ties

Allon Lefever, MBA director at EMU, and Howard Good, a MEDA vice president, sign a formal agreement aimed a ...More

Mennonite Student Numbers Grow at EMU

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