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Experienced administrators provide leadership in new associate provost and director of operations positions at EMU Lancaster

Counselor, professor and administrator Mary Jensen was recently named associate provost of Eastern Mennonite University’s Lancaster site, which serves approximately 1,000 students in nursing, pastoral studies and graduate education programs. ... read more about Experienced administrators provide leadership in new associate provost and director of operations positions at EMU Lancaster

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Intensive English Program proves to be Huimin Yu’s bridge from old life in China to new life as tutor and future teacher

For Huimin “Winifred” Yu, the Intensive English Program at Eastern Mennonite University served as a bridge between life in China and as a massage therapist and life as a budding ... read more about Intensive English Program proves to be Huimin Yu’s bridge from old life in China to new life as tutor and future teacher

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Jess Rheinheimer, stellar basketball forward and nursing major, named one of five in nation to Academic First Team

Eastern Mennonite University junior Jess Rheinheimer (Manheim, Pa./Lancaster Mennonite) has been named to the Capital One Academic All-America First Team. She is just one of five women’s basketball players from ... read more about Jess Rheinheimer, stellar basketball forward and nursing major, named one of five in nation to Academic First Team

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‘Interfaith Discussion on Poverty’ brings together national public policy advocates and local social services providers

Cheryl Cooper drives 45 miles to work each morning. Along the way, she pictures the nearly 114,000 people, standing shoulder to shoulder, who are served by the Blue Ridge Area ... read more about ‘Interfaith Discussion on Poverty’ brings together national public policy advocates and local social services providers

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Early detection is key to treatment of inherited metabolic disorders, says pediatrician of Amish, Brethren and Mennonite communities

Sometimes, the only action a doctor need take to save a life is to change the patient’s diet. When treatment of a life-threatening genetic disorder is so simple, the key ... read more about Early detection is key to treatment of inherited metabolic disorders, says pediatrician of Amish, Brethren and Mennonite communities