“Third culture kids” and international students find a home at Eastern Mennonite University with its global perspective and diverse student body.
Well-known photographer and restorative justice expert Howard Zehr explores the bond that pickup truck owners have with their vehicles in his new book, Pickups: A Love Story (Good Books). Here he presents a few stories and images with colleagues at Eastern Mennonite University.
Cross-culturals are more than study abroad. Graduates call the experiences “life-changing,” giving them the foundation they need to live, lead and serve in a global context. Check out this video that shows some of the experiences of students on the South Africa and Lesotho cross-cultural semester 2011.
This video was created for Homecoming and Family Weekend, Oct. 12-14, 2012.
Trash Fashion outfits are made from “found” materials. They combine the importance of recycling with creativity, style and high fashion. Eastern Mennonite University art professor, Cyndi Gusler, along with EMU art students, created this new fashion style years ago and the trends don’t stop! Watch this exciting showcase of trash …
Joo-Ah, originally from South Korea, describes Eastern Mennonite University as a place where “you’ll be accepted no matter what.” She has been involved in theater productions, research projects, and the student newspaper, The WeatherVane. Joo-Ah talks about why EMU is a great university for international students.
Gardening, composting, and learning about environmental issues are just a few of the ways that Josh has explored creation care at Eastern Mennonite University. Josh discusses how our choices today concerning the environment affect future generations.
The MA in biomedicine at EMU is for people who want to prepare for acceptance into medical school, to teach at community college, or work in healthcare administration.