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Thursday, Apr 15, 2021
Students Jeremy Thorpe, a junior business administration major, and Elizabeth Krohn, a senior marketing major, are the first MNU students to compete with the American Moot Court Association (AMCA), the largest intercollegiate moot court organization in the United States. Jeremy and Elizabeth competed in the Great Lakes Regional, hosted by Saginaw Valley State University, one of the many competitions testing students on their ability to identify legal standards. In December 2020, when the students competed, they placed 16th out of 46 teams....
Wednesday, Mar 17, 2021
Senior accounting major, Clayton Cook (’21), summarizes his reason for choosing MNU with one word: community.  “It was awesome to see the way people talked about MNU,” says Clayton. “I knew that I wanted to attend a school where I could also be a part of a community that cares so much about each other with God at the center of it all.”  However, Clayton tells us that this decision did not come easy for him, even as a second-generation Pioneer—both of his parents attended MNU....
Monday, Mar 15, 2021
A new partnership with Kansas State University and MidAmerica Nazarene University lets MNU undergraduates take advanced animal health science courses at K-State's Olathe campus.  These advanced science courses may later be used to help MNU graduates who pursue graduate study at K-State, get a jump-start on a master's degree in animal health or biosciences that aligns with industry in Greater Kansas City. ...
Monday, Mar 1, 2021
Like so many events this year, President’s Honors 2021 will look different due to COVID-19. The entire event will be virtual from MNU’s campus April 16, 2021, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. MNU’s premier fundraising event to benefit scholarships will also be free. Viewers can register at https://connect.mnu.edu/pages/presidents-honors-2021, to enjoy the gala which includes mobile auctions, performances by MNU’s choirs and band, and celebrations of generosity....
Saturday, Feb 27, 2021
Music, missions, travel and adventure have led South Dakota native Tori Palmer from her home in the Midwest to Seoul, South Korea via MNU. Though she never imagined ending up on the other side of the globe, she knew early on that MNU would be her top college pick....
Saturday, Feb 27, 2021
A quiet, gentle spirit and genuine interest in getting to know those around him are just a few of the things that make Dr. Larry Fine one of MNU's most respected and beloved faculty members. Dr. Fine's teaching career at MNU spans 47 years. He's spent all of them as a member of what is known today as the Department of Bible, Theology and Mission. He developed and led the school's first international trip to an overseas site: a student trip to Israel in 1974. Multiple diplomas hanging from his office wall, and too many books to count....
Saturday, Feb 27, 2021
An accomplished leader in the business and technology industries, Ervin Cash, 1981 MNU alumnus, firmly believes in paying it forward. The power of a solid, well-rounded education played a key role in Ervin's ability to successfully guide a diverse group of large, international companies. A role he has not forgotten. As the current CEO for SloanLED, a company which designs and develops high-reliability LED lighting products, he encourages students, especially those pursuing technology-related degrees, to recognize the need for both technical and people skills....
Saturday, Feb 27, 2021
A love of science and MNU's small class sizes brought alumna Rebekah (Wilkins '13) Oster to the university, but the close-knit community and Christ-focused learning environment kept her there. A true academic, Rebekah earned her bachelor's degree in chemistry, with an emphasis in forensic chemistry from MNU, and then went on to graduate school at UMKC, obtaining her master's in chemistry. Today, she utilizes the skills she learned in school working as a statistical programmer for clinical trials....
Friday, Feb 26, 2021
Class president. Freshman mentor. ServeTeam member. Volunteer. Senior Austin Petellin reflects a strong commitment to of one of MNU's core values: a passion to serve others. Since the moment he set foot on campus, Austin has dedicated hundreds of hours to servant leadership. He has worked alongside ESL families at a social services organization, local organization, led a shoe drive for the Kansas City Rescue Mission and built relationships through an after-school program in the metro's urban core....
Tuesday, Jan 19, 2021
The life, influence and philosophy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. were acclaimed at the 15th annual Community Celebration honoring his legacy at MNU's chapel service January 19, 2021. Student Diversity Council members and Dr. Victoria Haynes, nursing professor and coordinator of diversity & cultural competency were featured throughout the service. Dr. Haynes introduced this year's Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Living Legacy Award honoree, Dr....
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