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Graduate students excel in ethics and research, placing in American Counseling Association competition and earning invitations to present at a state conference

A team of students from Eastern Mennonite University earned honorable mention in this year’s American Counseling Association ethics competition. Tija Krneta, Michael McAndrew, Lisa Reo and Rebecca Wright received the honor in the master’s division, competing against a nationwide f ...More

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Returning to Nepal, professor joins father and brother to offer aid, labor and counseling

Nate Koser spent two years of his adolescence in Nepal with his missionary parents. That’s why the professor of counseling at Eastern Mennonite University traveled back in June and why, when he speaks of the traumas the Nepali people have suffered since t ...More

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EMU Welcomes 12 Faculty Members for 2013-14

Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) welcomes 12 new faculty members for the 2013-14 academic year. The new faculty, announced by provost Fred Kniss, are: Amy Gillespie, EdD, assistant professor of the practice of nursing ...More

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Koser Receives Rollo May Scholarship

Nate Koser, an instructor in Eastern Mennonite University’s (EMU) masters in counseling program and a doctoral candidate at Saybrook University, was chosen as the 2012 Rollo May scholarship winner by Saybrook. To be a candidate for the scholarship, Koser had to comple ...More

Graduate Counseling Students Given Award

A team of students from the master of arts in counseling program received third place award in the annual national Graduate Student Ethics Competition sponsored by the American Counseling Association (ACA), Alexandria, Va. ...More