Chris Yoder is writing studies major at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) and is involved in EMU’s orchestra and chamber group. Here he shares about the unique music culture of the Shenandoah Valley.
Andrew Claassen is a 2012 interdisciplinary studies graduate with concentrations in guitar performance and recording technology from Eastern Mennonite University. Here he shares about the internship opportunities he had at EMU as well as the friendships he formed through music.
A bachelor of arts in music from EMU prepares graduates for work in music education, in performance, in graduate school, in church music, and in other music-related professions. The programs of EMU’s music department are widely known and well respected. Find out more at: www.emu.edu/music
History professor Mark Metzler Sawin, Ph.D., presents a local look at how the Harrisonburg community and the Mennonites of the Valley addressed issues of inclusion and exclusion, with a special focus on Eastern Mennonite University’s history. This chapel forum was part of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service …
EMU’s MA in counseling program combines academic excellence with the inner work counselors need to be self aware and effective. CACREP accredited. Located in Harrisonburg, Va., in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley.
Loren Swartzendruber, president of Eastern Mennonite University, invites contributions to the renovation of the Suter Science Center, an upgrade that builds on EMU’s long-standing excellence in the sciences.
EMU’s Suter Science Center has served the university well for more than four decades, preparing thousands of alumni to serve and lead in the sciences. Today, we are poised to take the program into the future with plans to renovate and expand facilities to better meet the needs of students.
Eastern Mennonite University alumni Todd and Anne Kaufman Weaver celebrate turning 50 with a gift to the science campaign. Will you join them?