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EMU to Offer ‘Parish Nursing’ On-Line Course

More churches are making strides to address the physical health and well-being of their members; some have a designated ‘parish nurse’ to promote efforts in this arena. Read more… ...More

EMU at Lancaster Prof Cited for Teaching Excellence

Priscilla Simmons A faculty member from Eastern Mennonite University’s Lancaster, Pa., site was among six nursing professionals from across the Keystone State honored recentl ...More

Former Nursing Faculty Member Dies

Mary Deputy Brubaker, 92, who helped start the nursing program at Eastern Mennonite University, died Oct. 5, 2006, at Rockingham Memorial Hospital. She was a resident of the Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community (VMRC). ...More

EMU Announces New Faculty

Eastern Mennonite University will have nine new undergraduate teaching faculty members when the fall semester opens Aug. 30, 2006. The new faculty, announced by Dr. Beryl H. Brubaker, EMU provost, and Dr. Marie S. Morris, vice president and undergraduate academic dean, are: ...More

Aracena to Oversee, Strengthen Global Curriculum

A current faculty member, Beth K. Aracena, has accepted a new position at Eastern Mennonite University as cross-cultural/Global Village curriculum director. ...More

EMU Cites Retirees, Gives Service Awards

EMU retirees Mamie M. Mellinger and Paul T. (P.T.) Guengerich Photo by Jim Bishop The faculty and staff of Eastern Mennonite University recognized two colleagues who are retiring and ...More

Students Receive ‘Cords of Distinction’ Honor

Photo by Jim Bishop They’re among Eastern Mennonite University’s most outstanding students, exemplifying the school’s highest ideals. Ten EMU seniors, nominated by faculty, staff and fellow s ...More

Hadley Jenner: A Circuitous Path of Wonder

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Nursing Graduate Building Relationships

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Take Six: A Legacy of Encouragement

-an opinion piece by Jim Bishop "Gather ye rosebuds while ye may,Old time is still a-flying:And this same flower that smiles today, Tomorrow will be dying." – John William Waterhouse Rather sobering – I’ve written obituaries of six former workplace colleagues over the last three months – ...More