EMU’s campus community entered into a wave of critical discussions about faith, race, and gender this semester. Three book clubs emerged independently, while yet another reading group and a film ... read more about Hot topics: Five spring semester discussion groups focus on faith, race, and gender
A new series of multifaceted music colloquia continues at Eastern Mennonite University Thursday, April 15, with Deepti Navaratna PhD, an Indian Carnatic classical musician and neuroscientist at Harvard Medical School’s Massachusetts ... read more about April Music Colloquium features neuroscientist Deepti Navaratna
Eastern Mennonite University hosts a panel on “Empowering Children’s Literature for Challenging Times” Sunday, April 11, at 3 p.m. The panel will include authors and educators who have conducted research ... read more about Writers Read panel to discuss ‘Children’s Literature for Challenging Times’
A new series of multifaceted music colloquia continues at Eastern Mennonite University Thursday, March 25, with Noa Kageyama, Juilliard professor, performance psychologist, and violinist. He will present “How to beat ... read more about EMU Music Colloquium to feature performance psychologist Noa Kageyama
Sabrina Burress MA '18 (counseling) is the executive director of Augusta Resources for Resilience, Opportunity and Wellness, or the ARROW Project. The nonprofit organization seeks to expand “mental health treatment possibilities” within Staunton, Augusta County and Waynesboro.
... read more about Staunton nonprofit mental health agency embraces diversity from The Breeze
“Our country was birthed in a polarized cradle,” David Brubaker writes in the introduction to When the Center Does Not Hold (Fortress Press, 2019). First, patriots and loyalists faced off ... read more about A new guidebook for leadership in fraught times
Eastern Mennonite University offers several academic and professional programs related to trauma and resilience and restorative justice, and integrates this expertise into general coursework for programs not specifically focused on ... read more about EMU offers free webinars for ministry, parents, educators, healthcare professionals, racial and social justice advocates
As I walk through my own new “normal” during this time of pandemic and talk with ministry leaders and restorative justice practitioners throughout the country, there are particular components of circle process and other restorative practices that I have found hold renewed meaning in this time.
... read more about Caitlin Morneau MA ’19 on lifting up restorative practices in a pandemic from Ignatian Solidarity Network
President Susan Schultz Huxman congratulates graduates celebrating around the country and extends a personal invitation to the rescheduled Commencement ceremony this fall. ... read more about Congratulations to the Class of 2020!
Eastern Mennonite University’s new director of counseling services knows the university and its students well. Allison Collazo, a Pennsylvania native, graduated from EMU with a bachelor’s degree in ... read more about New director of counseling services is no stranger to EMU