Join President Susan Schultz Huxman to launch spring semester with the address, Connecting the Dots: High Impact Engagement at EMU. There will be a time of prayerful sending for the Guatemala-Spain and Middle East Cross-Cultural Seminars at the close of the service. 2019 Spring Convocation Convocation welcomed new students, faculty and staff and greeted those returning. President Huxman encouraged all students… Read more »
Welcome the fall semester Cross-Cultural group back to campus and hear what they encountered on their learning adventure in China. Slide show presented at convocation Slide show of convocation
Gather as a campus community to celebrate student achievements and accomplishments from the fall semester. This is a 30-minute ceremony happening on the first day of finals week.
Gather for worship on the theme, Be Seen, Be Known, with Safe Space and pastors from RISE Faith Community, Adam King and Amanda Garber. Adam serves as a ministry affiliate with campus ministries.
Living the Dream: Awakening From The Hollywood Illusion Gather with Tiffany FitzHenry, activist, screenwriter, and whistleblower, as she exposes the alliance between the Pentagon and Hollywood and films in convocation for her coming documentary, Living the Dream.
Promised Glory: Straightforth Thinking about God and the World N.T. Wright, Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at University of St. Andrews, speaks for the annual Augsburger Lecture Series. The Augsburger Lectureship provides resources to annually bring to campus a noted lecturer to address pertinent topics in the area of Christian evangelism and mission… Read more »
The Day the Revolution Began: Atonement the Right Way N.T. Wright, Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at University of St. Andrews, addresses campus worship for the annual Augsburger Lecture Series. The University Choir opens with two songs. N.T. Wright will engage the audience with a Q&A from 11-11:30 a.m.
Gather for campus worship featuring Faculty TenTalks on Callings inspired by the common read, Callings: The Purpose and Passion of Work and the student life What’s Your Why? theme. James Richardson, Assistant Professor, Music Carol Hurst, Associate Professor, Applied Social Sciences Matthew Siderhust, Professor, Chemistry
Gather for a Take Back the Night(TBTN) Widening the Circleconvocation including EMU student, faculty and staff panelists reflecting on why sexualized violence matters to them. Panelists: Jasmine Wilson, Emily Powell, Tempest Anderson, Nathaniel Nissley, Susan Schultz Huxman, Tae Dews, Carolyn Stauffer, Jonathan Swartz, Celeste Thomas, Leda Werner, and Gabrielle McMillon.
Phil Kniss will speak about his grandfather, Lloy Kniss, and the Mennonite experience of conscientious objection in World War I. Read more: Voices of Conscience exhibit and lectures at EMU to highlight ‘prophetic insights and personal courage’ of WWI peace protesters ?