Lyubov Slashcheva has an awfully long resume of accomplishments for a 21-year-old. Add to this her start in life—in a small mining town in a remote corner of the former Russian Empire.
Slashcheva emigrated from Kazakhstan to the United States with her family at age 5. She started kindergarten in Harrisonburg, Va., with no knowledge of English. Thanks to an English-as-a-Second-Language ...More
Enrollment increased this fall by 8 percent over the previous fall at Eastern Mennonite University, counting all students enrolled in for-credit coursework. The numbers rose from 1,519 to 1,640, a record enrollment for this 96-year-old institution.
In traditional undergraduate population, there was a 2 percent increase, from 912 to 929 students, based on head counts in early September 20 ...More
A program to rapidly enable speakers of other languages to master English has reached record enrollment at Eastern Mennonite University.
With 85 students this fall, EMU’s Intensive English Program (IEP) is fully utilizing its newly renovated space on the ground level of Roselawn, a former dormitory into which IEP moved in 2012.
“Our long-t ...More
Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) welcomes 12 new faculty members for the 2013-14 academic year.
The new faculty, announced by provost Fred Kniss, are:
Amy Gillespie, EdD, assistant professor of the practice of nursing ...More
Name: Naomi Good
Sport: Women’s Soccer
Hometown/High School: Columbia, PA/Lancaster Mennonite
Specs: ODAC All-Academic Team. Started all 29 games possible in her two years ...More
Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) welcomes 10 new faculty to the ranks for the 2012-13 academic year.
The new faculty, announced by Fred Kniss, provost, and Nancy Heisey, vice president and undergraduate academic dean, are:
Adriana Rojas Campbell, In ...More
Ten graduating seniors were honored as “Cords of Distinction” recipients in a ceremony held Saturday afternoon, April 28 at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU).
Faculty, staff and fellow students nominated the recipients, who were cited for their “significant and verifiable impact” on the university and on student life, for their contributions to developing the institution’s pos ...More
The scenario is commonplace. A young mother or couple, perhaps new to the area and not fluent in English, has what is perceived as an emergency health care situation with their child and either doesn’t know where to turn or shows up at the hospital emergency room. There, it is discerned that the “urgent” need really wasn’t a crisis.
This situation, repeated in towns and cities ev ...More