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From Ecuador to Los Angeles: Centennial Augsburger Lecture Series features alumni with diverse missions experience

When James Krabill thinks about how his many years of global ministry work began, he thinks of “Rebirth,” a group of student-singers from Eastern Mennonite College who went on two ... read more about From Ecuador to Los Angeles: Centennial Augsburger Lecture Series features alumni with diverse missions experience

‘Magpie’s Blanket,’ a novel by Professor Kimberly Schmidt, named WILLA Literary Award finalist

A novel by Professor Kimberly Schmidt of Eastern Mennonite University has been honored by Women Writing the West, an organization that supports authors who promote women’s contribution in western United ... read more about ‘Magpie’s Blanket,’ a novel by Professor Kimberly Schmidt, named WILLA Literary Award finalist

History professor Holly Scott on how ‘We’re Shifting from Protest to Resistance – Just Like People Did in the 60s.’

Holly Scott is an assistant professor of history at Eastern Mennonite University and a native of Charlottesville, Virginia. She is the author of Younger Than That Now: the Politics of Age in the 1960s (University of Massachusetts Press, 2016). ... read more about History professor Holly Scott on how ‘We’re Shifting from Protest to Resistance – Just Like People Did in the 60s.’ from History News Network

Donald Kraybill’s book chronicling Eastern Mennonite University exposes a sometimes messy history

When Eastern Mennonite University commissioned scholar Donald Kraybill to write a book about the school’s first 100 years, he said he wanted poetic license to look at the history through a sociological and theological lens. What emerged is a book that exposes the school’s warts as well as its highlights. ... read more about Donald Kraybill’s book chronicling Eastern Mennonite University exposes a sometimes messy history from Lancaster Online

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‘What is moral injury?’ Big Questions Online essay includes STAR training, interview with Director Katie Mansfield

At Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding, learning to understand the difference between chronic and traumatic stress is the first step in a training program called Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience (STAR), said director Katie Mansfield. ... read more about ‘What is moral injury?’ Big Questions Online essay includes STAR training, interview with Director Katie Mansfield from Big Questions Online

EMU preps multi-talented Chilean alumni for doctoral religious studies, peacebuilding dialogue in the Jewish community

When Channah Fonseca-Quezada and David Quezada talk about their personal journeys that have merged and taken them from their native Chile to the United States and now to Canada, one ... read more about EMU preps multi-talented Chilean alumni for doctoral religious studies, peacebuilding dialogue in the Jewish community

Annual Peacebuilder magazine highlights Center for Justice and Peacebuilding’s growing influence in healing justice work

Name any current major conflict in the world, domestic or international, and there is likely at least one graduate on location, employing the analysis and peacebuilding tools learned while studying ... read more about Annual Peacebuilder magazine highlights Center for Justice and Peacebuilding’s growing influence in healing justice work

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The world as classroom: Faculty-staff panel discusses past, present and future of EMU’s unique cross-cultural program

Professor Kim Brenneman calls the cross-cultural experience “the ultimate classroom.” Most Eastern Mennonite University alumni who have participated in the program agree. Each semester and summer, EMU students spread out ... read more about The world as classroom: Faculty-staff panel discusses past, present and future of EMU’s unique cross-cultural program

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