“The last will be first and the first will be the last: This is what equality looks like, this is what justice is about.” Dr. Christena Cleveland, a social psychologist ... read more about ‘The last will be the first’: social psychologist Christena Cleveland shares a new paradigm of privilege at faculty/staff conference
Doris Harper Allen, 88, greeted a group of Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) students in the parking lot of Rose’s in Harrisonburg, the former heart of Newtown. She quickly passed out ... read more about Local cross-cultural course leads students through rich diversity of Shenandoah Valley cultures
Jane Wenger Clemens looks back over a lifetime of dedication to social work and recognizes the early influence of her family in creating an awareness of the needs of others. ... read more about Professor honored for forty years of dedication to social work education
For most EMU undergrads, cross-cultural study entails deepening their knowledge of humanity in such settings as South Korea, Eastern Europe or the Galapagos. Yet others find equally life-changing experiences in ... read more about Near-home “cross-culturals” prove to be life-changing too
Students and faculty share about their time abroad in Latin America, at the U.S./Mexico border and in the Middle East. They describe their experience as life-changing. Learn more about the ... read more about Cross-Cultural: Study Abroad and So Much More!
Thirty EMU students were commissioned during a chapel service Friday, Jan. 11 for a semester of study and learning in the Middle East and embarked later the same day. It ... read more about Second EMU Group Leaves on Cross-Cultural
L. to r.: George R. Brunk III, Loren Swartzendruber, Earl Zimmerman and Owen Burkholder lead prayers of commissioning for Byron Peachey (at podium) as part of a licensing service for ... read more about Peachey Licensed for EMU Campus Ministry Role