Inclement weather has forced EMU’s commencement ceremony indoors to Yoder Arena in University Commons. The ceremony begins at 1 p.m.
Disability parking is available in front of University Commons and in other designated areas. Visitors to campus are encouraged to search for “1307 Park Road Harrisonburg VA 22802″ in their GP ...More
Eastern Mennonite University will offer two new graduate certificates in business administration and organizational leadership, beginning in the fall of 2015. Both programs are designed for working professionals seeking leadership skills. Co ...More
In conducting research, Sam Stoner says he’s learned diligence, time management, and patience – all qualities that the environmental sustainability major and business administration minor says will pay off as he works toward his goal of becoming a business ...More
The way people talk about wounding and healing has changed over time from a language of suffering to a language of medicine. For example, in the past, depression was thought of as a “loss of meaning,” but it is now considered a “chemical imbalance.”
Nancy Johnston, a nursing professor at York University in Toronto, Canada, described this shift in thinking in a recent ...More
Counselor, professor and administrator Mary Jensen was recently named associate provost of Eastern Mennonite University’s Lancaster site, which serves approximately 1,000 students in nursing, pastoral studies and graduate education programs.
The first to fill this new position, Jensen will focus on organizational leadership and program develo ...More
Each year, a new group of highly motivated and gifted scholars is invited to join the Eastern Mennonite University Honors Program. From this group, two prospective students are selected to receive the annual full-tuition Yoder Scholarship.
Nicole Litwiller of Sarasota, Flo ...More
No organ can even compare to the complexity of the human brain. It may be the only thing in the universe that can comprehend itself, but scientists still know very little about the brain. Will neurologists and computer programmers be able to model neural networks in the near future, or is a computer program that mimics nerves still the stuff of science fiction?
As it turns out, scientist ...More
On a bleak and bitterly cold February afternoon, Ryan Gehman leaves campus for a run, heading south toward one of Harrisonburg’s city parks. Dirty snowbanks line the streets and a stinging wind blasts him in the face. He’s been looking forward to this moment all day.
Gehman, a senior kinesiology major, looks forward to running every day. When he’s running, he feels free, happy, at ...More
The computer sciences are often thought of as purely objective, devoid of ethics. But, as computer science professor Dee Weikle explains, every single computer program contains its writer’s conscious and unconscious values.
The field as a whole is becoming attuned to ethics in our computer culture, and that discussion ...More
About 10 years ago, Gordon Shantz, director of maintenance at Highland Retreat in Bergton, Virginia, faced a problem. The first permanent structure ever built on the property – a bathhouse with a dingy interior and crumbling structure – had become an eyesore.
Shantz had two choices: tear it down or renovate it. After consulting with, as S ...More