Ten graduating seniors were honored as Cords of Distinction recipients in a ceremony Saturday afternoon, April 30, 2022, at Eastern Mennonite University. Faculty, staff and fellow students nominated the recipients, who were ... read more about Tributes by faculty and staff for 2022 Cords of Distinction honorees
Six student-athletes were recognized with special awards at the April’s athletics awards banquet. Allison Shelly and Isaac Alderfer were recognized as Male and Female President’s Award honorees. The President’s Award ... read more about Athletics Awards highlight six for special recognition
More than 100 Eastern Mennonite University students were recognized for accomplishments and achievements during the 2021-22 academic year during a special recognition ceremony Tuesday. View the livestream recording. Academics Academic ... read more about EMU Honors, Awards and Recognitions – 2021-22
Ten graduating seniors are the 2022 Cords of Distinction recipients. They will wear blue and gold cords signifying their achievement during the 2022 Commencement. Faculty, staff and fellow students nominated ... read more about EMU announces 2022 Cords of Distinction honorees
Professor Kimberly D. Schmidt is the 2022 speaker for the Albert N. Keim Lecture Series, sponsored by Eastern Mennonite University’s history and political science programs. She speaks Monday, March 21, at 5 p.m. ... read more about Keim Lecture to focus on Cheyenne, Mennonite history and intersections
Betty Kilby Baldwin and Phoebe Kilby have told their remarkable story of reconciliation and reparation 37 times in seven months across the country, with features in The Baltimore Sun, BBC ... read more about ‘Cousins’ authors return to Harrisonburg, EMU where their journey of racial reconciliation began
Baylor doctoral student Regina Wenger '09 shares part II of her research into Civil War memory focusing on Eastern Mennonite University on the "Anabaptist Historians" website.
... read more about Regina Wenger ’09 on ‘Southern Anabaptist Colleges and Civil War Memory’ from Anabaptist Historians
Dr. Carole Nash will present the first Suter Science Seminar of 2022, “Telling Time with Historical Ecology: Native American Communities in a Changing Shenandoah Valley Environment,” on January 26 at ... read more about JMU archaeologist to present on area Native American communities and environmental change
The Daily News-Record covers "Bonhoeffer: Cell 92," co-written and produced by professors Jerry Holsopple and Justin Poole. The play explores tensions Bonhoeffer faced as a pacifist who was entwined with the Nazi regime and dissident movements.
... read more about DNR: EMU professors’ play on Nazi dissident to hit stages in Harrisonburg, Vienna from Daily News-Record
Theater-goers in the Shenandoah Valley will get the first look this winter at an Eastern Mennonite University production that will embark on a European tour in 2022. Bonhoeffer: Cell 92 ... read more about ‘Bonhoeffer: Cell 92’ opens at EMU, slated for spring tour in Austria