Provost Dr. Fred Kniss addresses the mid-year graduating Seniors in this special service recognizing their achievements.
Faculty and Staff in several departments recognize important achievements of students during the fall semester. Special recognition is also given to the staff of Pioneer College Caterers and the excellent service they offer EMU. Chapel concludes with prayer and announcement from President Swartzendruber regarding his trip to Oslo, Norway to be present at the Awards… Read more »
In this week’s Inside Athletics podcast, we get an interesting feature of Dave and James recording the podcast in two separate segments. Dave gives an update on his time at the ODAC board meetings, while James touches on the exciting wins of the women’s basketball team on Tuesday and the men Saturday afternoon.
In this week’s “Inside Athletics,” Dave and James go in-depth on Dan Nafziger running at the Cross Country National Championship this weekend and the Men’s Soccer All-ODAC Teams. They also talk about the men’s and women’s basketball teams in the season-opening weeks.
President Swartzendruber brings a report from the weekend meetings of the Board of Trustees, and talks about significant recent and ongoing events in the life of the university. His address is followed by a time of Q&A.
In this week’s “Inside Athletics” Dave and James cover a variety of topics. They wrap up some of the postseason awards for the fall teams and explain a change in the All-ODAC Teams set-up. James gives some thoughts on Thursday’s men’s basketball exhibition. They also announce the interim men’s volleyball coach before Dave talks about… Read more »
In this week’s “Inside Athletics,” Dave and James explore the dynamics of the end of a season and the end of a career. They also touch on the ODAC Preseason Poll for Women’s Basketball, which was released on Thursday. Inside Athletics is a weekly podcast hosted by Athletic Director Dave King. The podcast offers a… Read more »
Dorothy Jean Weaver, Seminary professor of New Testament, relates and reflects on the events that shaped a sabbatical year quite different from the one she had imagined. Chapel Gathering services held in Martin Chapel at Eastern Mennonite Seminary are planned by the Seminary community but open to all.
Carolyn Stauffer speaks in University Chapel about “Sex, Power and Lost Wonder” as part of EMU’s annual Take Back the Night week. Carolyn serves as Assistant Professor in EMU’s department of applied social sciences.
Peter and Carol Schreck offer “Reflections on long-term marriage: lessons learned along the way.” The Schrecks serve as Adjunct Faculty at Eastern Mennonite Seminary. Chapel Gathering services held in Martin Chapel at Eastern Mennonite Seminary are planned by the Seminary community but open to all.