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EMU Names New Athletic Director

David A. King Eastern Mennonite University will have a new athletic director, effective July 1, 2005. David A. King from Lancaster County, Pa., will succeed Greg S. Steffen, who is serving as interim athletic ...More

Lilley Joins EMU Development Staff

Todd D. LilleyPhoto by Jim Bishop Todd D. Lilley of 101 Sunbright Drive, Bridgewater, Va., has been named associate director of development at Eastern Mennonite University, effective ...More

Tribute to Gary Stucky

Gary L. Stucky Gary L. Stucky, 63, of N. Newton, Kan., died the evening of Jan. 30, 2005, after an extended illness. Dr. Stucky taught chemistry at EMU from 1972 to 1993. He also attended Ea ...More

Undergrad Admissions Director Named

Stephanie C. Shafer Stephanie C. Shafer of Waynesboro, Va., has been named director ...More

Martin Leaving as EMU Athletic Director

Larry R. Martin Larry R. Martin has submitted his resignation as athletic director at EMU, Harrisonburg, Va. In an October 11 letter to Dr. Kenn ...More

New Alumni-Parent Relations Director Named

Doug Nyce A 1985 graduate of EMU has returned to his alma mater as the new director of alumni-parent relations. Dougla ...More

Faculty and Staff Tool Up for New School Year

James Waller The calendar indicates it’s still summer, but EMU is gearing up for the start of the 2004 fall semester. The annual faculty-staff conference will be ...More

EMU Names ‘Quality Service’ Recipients


EMU Gives Service Awards, Cites Retirees

Left to right: Ervie L. Glick, John L. Horst, Jr., Carroll D. Yoder, and Ray C. Gingerich Photo by Jim Bishop Faculty and staff saluted four colleagues who are retiring and cited mo ...More

Swartzendruber Answers Questions about Lifestyle Policy and Firings

By Jeff Mellott, Daily News-Record Michael Shank, a graduate student at Eastern Mennonite University, felt encouraged, even heartened, after a 90-minute meeting Tuesday at the campus. EMU President Loren Swartzendruber called the forum to take questions and hear comments about the campus’ church-based, ...More