The following new faculty were welcomed to Eastern Mennonite University, as announced by Fred Kniss, provost, and deans David Brubaker, School of Social Sciences and Professions: Daniel Ott, School of ... read more about EMU welcomes new faculty for 2022-23 academic year
Calvin “Cal” Redekop passed away on July 20, 2022 at the age of 96 in Harrisonburg. A graduate of Goshen College, he went on to develop many associations with the ... read more about In Memoriam: Calvin “Cal” Redekop
Parkway Central Library in Philadelphia hosts an exhibit from Howard Zehr and Barb Toews' latest book, “Still Doing Life: 22 Lifers 25 Years Later." New Press contacted Vox Populi to create the exhibit in 2021, which was produced using grant money from the Art for Justice Fund.
... read more about Philadelphia library exhibit highlights photography, humanity of prisoners from Philadelphia Neighborhoods
After retiring from the ministry, Robert and Rachel Stoltzfus opened their home and hearts to many international students in Harrisonburg, Virginia. To Jose Koshy [pronounced as the first syllable of ... read more about Family honors Stoltzfus and Hertzler legacies through endowment of international student scholarship and DEI support
The Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University welcomes several new faculty and staff for the 2021-22 academic year. “CJP is blessed to have highly qualified faculty members ... read more about CJP welcomes new faculty and staff for 2021-22 academic year
During the month of Ramadan, Keffiyeh Masks, owned by Bshara Nassar MA '14 and Kiersten Rossetto Nassar '14, is generously donating 20% of their revenue to Anera. Since 1968, Anera has helped refugees and others hurt by conflicts in the Palestine, Lebanon and Jordan live with dignity and purpose.
... read more about Alumni couple begins Keffiyeh Masks company from ANERA
Law enforcement, security, and mediation professionals looking to finish their bachelor’s degree may find a perfect fit in a new concentration at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU). A new certificate in ... read more about New restorative justice certificate available to adult degree earners
This year, EMU brought the party to you! The first-ever virtual Homecoming 2020 was hosted on behalf of 21,633 alums and even more friends around the world over the Oct. ... read more about EMU Homecoming: Catch what you missed!
Ryan and Janie Beuthin and their three children grow flowers in an adjacent vacant lot in the Mott Park neighborhood. Ryan is a 2011 Center for Justice and Peacebuilding graduate and Janie worked in the CJP office.
... read more about Flint family uses vacant lot for cut flower business from Flintside
Although schools across the country have closed their buildings during the COVID-19 pandemic, educators have not stopped teaching our children. And as they have transitioned to various distanced forms of ... read more about Attend EMU’s annual Restorative Justice in Education conference, now online