The campus community is warmly invited to gather with President Susan Schultz Huxman for Opening Convocation and Worship featuring a processional of faculty and staff, welcome to a new academic year from Provost Fred Kniss and the SGA Co-Presidents, plus the President Huxman’s address, On Character, Kindness, Community and Cake with a musical response from the music program faculty.There will be a prayerful sending....
The campus community is warmly invited to gather with President Susan Schultz Huxman for Opening Convocation and Worship featuring a welcome to a new academic year from Provost Fred Kniss and the SGA Co-Presidents plus the president’s address entitled “The Little Engine that Could”? A new twist on a classic tale. There will be a sending for the Southeast Asia Cross-Cultural seminar group toward the close....
Join President Susan Schultz Huxman to launch spring semester with the theme Finding Healing & Hope in Crisis and a convocation address titled, The Call of the Magi: Find a New Path. Provost Fred Kniss offers a welcome and reflections on the setting of the day, including the presidential inauguration, featuring the Washington Community Scholars Center from Washington D.C.
Gather for Opening Convocation featuring a welcome to a new academic year from Provost Fred Kniss, President Susan Schultz Huxman’s address, Lead Together, an instrumental response on piano from Dr. David Berry, and a prayerful sending for the Vienna & Europe Cross-Cultural seminar led by Justin and Amanda Poole.
Dr. Fred Kniss, EMU Provost and Seminary Interim Dean, opens the Seminary Fall 2017 Semester with his convocation address: Whispering Hope in a Time of Chaos. Psalm 3310-22 and Romans 5:1-5
Dr. Fred Kniss, Provost, delivers the address, “Dare to Risk Love” at the annual Matriculation Ceremony. *Note: Because of equipment malfunction, the beginning of Dr. Kniss’s speech is cut out of the recording, so there is a jump from the scripture reading to the middle of Dr. Kniss’s address.
Provost Fred Kniss launches the semester with a focus on “Diversity and Belonging: Love and the Liberal Arts.” John 15:10-17 Chapel closes with a time of sending for the Guatemala-Cuba Cross-Cultural group at the close of the service.
Faculty and Staff gather to begin the new year together with the annual Faculty/Staff Fall Conference. Provost Fred Kniss and emcee/Director of Athletics Dave King offer words of welcome and orientation to the theme “Serving with Compassion.” Ken J. Nafziger leads the opening time of worship together.
Provost Dr. Fred Kniss addresses the mid-year graduating Seniors in this special service recognizing their achievements.