Ninety Eastern Mennonite University students were recognized for accomplishments and achievements during the 2020-21 academic year during a special recognition ceremony today. View the livestream recording Academics Academic Success Center ... read more about EMU honors students for academic, leadership achievements
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
Rabbi Niles Goldstein, a former visiting scholar with the Center for Interfaith Engagement, returns to Eastern Mennonite University as the keynote speaker for the 2021 Academic and Creative Excellence (ACE) ... read more about ACE Festival to welcome Rabbi Niles Goldstein for keynote
“Community organizing is fundamentally a project of power-building within and among groups of people marginalized from existing power structures,” says Professor Ryan Good, co-director of the Washington Community Scholars’ Center ... read more about EMU announces community organizing and development minor
Ten graduating seniors are the 2021 Cords of Distinction recipients. They will receive blue and gold cords signifying their achievement to wear with other academic regalia to the Cords of ... read more about EMU honors ten seniors with Cords of Distinction
With a year of COVID experience and lots of new livestreaming equipment, music departments are offering recorded and outdoor performances to churches for use in recorded or livestreamed Sunday services. Anabaptist World surveys EMU and other Mennonite colleges and universities for their contributions.
... read more about EMU musicians contribute to evolving worship resources from Anabaptist World
This article was published Feb. 13, 2021, in the Daily News-Record. Sarah and Benjamin Bixler, co-owners of the Lincoln Homestead north of Harrisonburg, are EMU alumni and faculty. Sarah, a ... read more about DN-R: Lincoln Homestead puts spotlight on enslaved African Americans during Black History Month
Jerry Holsopple, professor of visual and communication arts at Eastern Mennonite University, was recently awarded a Vital Worship Grant from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship. He and co-applicant Rebecca ... read more about Grant funds collaborative project on visual forms of Anabaptist worship
Faculty, staff, students and members of the broader community joined Sarah Bixler, instructor at Eastern Mennonite Seminary, for her Oct. 20 service of ministerial ordination in Virginia Mennonite Conference. The ... read more about Seminary instructor Sarah Bixler ordained through VMC
Peter Dula is professor of religion and culture at Eastern Mennonite University. He worked with MCC in Iraq from 2004-2006.
... read more about Peter Dula on ‘Peacebuilding as presence: MCC assignments in “enemy” contexts’ from MCC Intersections