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EMU’s D.C. program offers policy and advocacy internship opportunities to support new majors

A spring semester visit by Eastern Mennonite University students, history professors Mark Metzler Sawin, Mary Sprunger and Ji Eun Kim, and career services director Kimberly Phillips highlighted internship opportunities in ... read more about EMU’s D.C. program offers policy and advocacy internship opportunities to support new majors

‘Borders, Jails, and Long Drives in the Desert’: Immigrant rights attorney Kara Hartzler ’94 to present Keim Lecture

Federal public defender, immigrant rights attorney and playwright Kara Hartzler ’94 will give the spring 2019 Keim Lecture Series presentation at Eastern Mennonite University. Titled “Borders, Jails, and Long Drives ... read more about ‘Borders, Jails, and Long Drives in the Desert’: Immigrant rights attorney Kara Hartzler ’94 to present Keim Lecture

‘Deconstruct and decolonize our history’: UCC minister of racial justice The Rev. Dr. Velda Love urges ownership, truthtelling

The Rev. Dr. Velda Love brought her message of empowerment, truthtelling and biblical understanding to Eastern Mennonite University for three events related to Women’s History Month. Love is the United ... read more about ‘Deconstruct and decolonize our history’: UCC minister of racial justice The Rev. Dr. Velda Love urges ownership, truthtelling

In the nation’s capital, an ‘invaluable’ internship and ‘new perspectives’ thanks to a new WCSC scholarship

For students who commute to campus for classes, enrolling in a residential program such as the Washington Community Scholars’ Center (WCSC) can mean taking on a semester of increased room ... read more about In the nation’s capital, an ‘invaluable’ internship and ‘new perspectives’ thanks to a new WCSC scholarship

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‘Borders, Jails, and Long Drives in the Desert’: Immigrant rights attorney Kara Hartzler ’94 to present Keim Lecture

Federal public defender, immigrant rights attorney and playwright Kara Hartzler ’94 will give the spring 2019 Keim Lecture Series presentation at Eastern Mennonite University. Titled “Borders, Jails, and Long Drives ... read more about ‘Borders, Jails, and Long Drives in the Desert’: Immigrant rights attorney Kara Hartzler ’94 to present Keim Lecture

Professor Carl Stauffer presents keynote at Harvard Law School’s restorative justice symposium

Professor Carl Stauffer, co-director of the Zehr Institute for Restorative Justice at Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding, offered a keynote address at a restorative justice symposium at ... read more about Professor Carl Stauffer presents keynote at Harvard Law School’s restorative justice symposium

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Among ‘stormy seas of change,’ School for Leadership Training celebrates 50 years of supporting ministry

Approximately 200 pastors, ministers and laity attended the 50th annual School for Leadership Training Jan. 14-16 at Eastern Mennonite Seminary. Funded by the seminary’s Lilly Foundation “Thriving in Ministry” grant, ... read more about Among ‘stormy seas of change,’ School for Leadership Training celebrates 50 years of supporting ministry

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