Convocation: Salvador Romero

Join the Latinx Student Alliance (LSA) for a Latinx Heritage Month convocation featuring Salvador (Sal) Romero speaking on the theme: Si se puede: through resilience and hopefulness we will strive for more. Romero serves as Vice Mayor for the City of Harrisonburg and Director of Equity and Community Engagement for Harrisonburg City Public Schools.

University Colloquium: Ron Shultz

Understanding the Needs of Dual Language Teachers Ron Shultz, PhDAssociate Professor of EducationEastern Mennonite University Across the country, bilingual teachers are in short supply. This has direct implications for Dual Language programs. Professional literature also suggests that equally problematic to the recruitment of DL teachers is their retention. Multiple factors can influence a teacher’s choice....

Campus Worship: What’s Your Story

What’s your story? Where and how does your story connect with God’s story? Gather for worship and personal reflections on these prompts with student chaplains and affiliates from the Office of Faith and Spiritual Life. This service is hosted by EMU Chaplain Brian Martin Burkholder and the team of student chaplains.

Convocation: Reflections from Summer Intercultural Programs

Let’s hear from students who participated in the 2022 summer intercultural programs: Spain 1, Spain 2, Ghana, Local Context, A Women’s West, and Washington Community Scholars Center. How did these IC learning experiences challenge and affirm them? What were their major surprises and learning opportunities? How are they changed or energized? And what pictures did they take?

Campus Worship: What about Indonesia?

So, what happened over the summer in Indonesia? What is Mennonite World Conference and why does it matter to EMU? Join Andrew Suderman and Benjamin Bergey for theological and ecclesial reflections and worshipful music from their experiences with the recently held Mennonite World Conference Assembly in Indonesia. See also Mennonite World Conference Assembly draws EMU community.