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Sunday, Sep 30, 2012
Who tells nurses to how to stay healthy? You might think it’s the doctors they work with, but often it is fellow nurses. One such influential nurse is Deborah Petty, MS, ARNP, assistant professor of nursing at MidAmerica Nazarene University. Petty teaches at MNU’s Liberty, Olathe, and Ottawa locations in the RN to BSN program. The one-year program provides the coursework necessary for registered nurses to complete an accelerated Bachelor of Science in nursing degree while working full time....
Friday, Sep 28, 2012
More than 100 people shared in the festivities at the 2012 MNU Foundation Golf Tournament Sept. 17, 2012 at Prairie Highlands Golf Course. Corporates Event Sponsor DEW Ad Specialties helped make the event possible with help from other sponsors such as:...
Thursday, Sep 27, 2012
Like many people, Alan Keller’s path in life hasn’t always been clear. But this year, as a New Careers in Nursing (NCIN) scholarship recipient at MNU, Keller is pursuing what he loves, and doing it with one aim in mind. “By pursuing a career in nursing, I hope to have the opportunity to work in environments where caring relationships are elevated beyond any other end,” Keller says....
Tuesday, Sep 25, 2012
MNU Director of Alumni Relations Kevin Garber has announced the 2012-2013 MNU Alumni Award Winners. Alumnus of the Year: Newly Elected President of Nazarene Publishing House (NPH), Gerald Smith ('85) Alumna of the Year: Attorney Jill (Bachman '98) Kenney Young Alumni Award: ER Nurse Zach Phillips ('10) Young Alumni Award: ER Nurse Erik Unruh ('10) Carry The Torch Award: Former MNU Board Member Paul Dennis (posthumous) ...
Tuesday, Sep 25, 2012
Kansas City's Renaissance Festival is the weekend home of MNU alum Liza Zumbrunnen. The trumpet player has performed at "Ren Fest" for four years with her band the Gallic Brass. ...
Tuesday, Sep 18, 2012
Student Review by Lindsey Lovejoy Senior graphic design major Carbondale, Kan....
Monday, Sep 17, 2012
MNU’s School of Christian Ministry and Formation is hosting a trip to Israel May 22-31, 2013. This ten-day journey will visit key biblical and archeological sites from both the Old and New Testament. MNU professors Dr. Randy Cloud (New Testament), Dr. Jim Edlin (Old Testament), and Dr. Larry Fine (theology) will accompany the group. The trip is open to anyone interested—students and non-students alike. An informational brochure is available by contacting Dr. Randy Cloud at (913) 971-3652 or at rrcloud@mnu.edu. ...
Monday, Sep 10, 2012
Hotel developer Jack DeBoer spoke to nearly 200 college and high school students at MNU Tuesday. His message on life, humility, success and entrepreneurship inspired students in the School of Business. DeBoer later spoke to the Olathe business community and MNU alumni in a lecture and the luncheon that followed....
Thursday, Sep 6, 2012
MNU Mission Team Partners with Art Ministry to Serve Poor This June, a group of 17 MNU students traveled to New York to serve at Gifted Hands NYC, a nonprofit that reaches out to underserved populations through art programs. These programs operate in collaboration with churches, shelters, and centers, and serve to teach skills and foster hope for New York’s underprivileged.  The trip was one of eight MNU mission trips that took place over the summer....
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