Eastern Mennonite University professor David Glanzer enjoys building things. He has built a kayak, a small sailboat, even a house.
“You just start and learn it as you go,” Glanzer says. “I have dabbled in a lot of things, but I wouldn’t call myself an expert in any of them.”
Fortunately for EMU, Glanzer brought quite a bit of expertise as he built something else: a fully ...More
David Whyte, an internationally recognized poet, author and expert in organizational development, came to campus in late February for an event highlighting the 20th anniversary year of the master’s in counseling program – the first EMU program outside of Eastern Mennonite Seminary to produce graduates at the master’s degree level.
Whyte’s day-long workshop was attended by E ...More
Turning 20 is a life milepost worth celebrating. What’s true for an individual is equally true for Eastern Mennonite University’s MA in counseling program.
Since 1995 when the inaugural cohort of ten future counselors and therapists completed their rigorous two years of professional studies, a total of 227 graduates have earned ma ...More