Northwest Nazarene University honored alumna Kathleen Hanson with the 2015-16 L.E. Wesche Outstanding Educator of the Year award in chapel on Monday, April 18. The award is given each year to an alumnus who has provided distinguished service in the field of education.
Last weekend, April 15 – 17, NNU welcomed to campus over 250 students from across the Northwest Field of the Church of the Nazarene for The Gathering, formerly known as Regional Main Event. The Gathering is a weekend-long youth conference co-sponsored by the Northwest Field Council and NNU.
Northwest Nazarene University will hold its fourth annual Autism Awareness Day on Saturday, April 23 beginning at 12:30 p.m. at the Vail baseball field prior to the start of the game versus the Western Oregon Wolves. Admission is free for kids and $5 for adults. A portion of the proceeds will benefit A Social Place, Inc.
Northwest Nazarene University Department of Nursing is pleased to announce a new Master of Science in Nursing Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN FNP) program accepting candidates for a first cohort beginning in August. Applications will be considered for acceptance now through August 1 for the initial fall 2016 start.
“I cannot overstate how much the Honors College has benefited me,” says senior Jessica Guarino. For students who want an academic challenge, the 4-year honors track provides transformative academic value.
“Make Your Mark” is the first of two graphic design shows that will feature the work of our graduating seniors. Join us for a reception on Tuesday, April 12, 4 –6 p.m. where we will celebrate the work of Kaylee Cooper, AnnaMarie Forza, Will Griswell, Glenna Rose Hanson, Heather Neil, Nicole Thiel and Sierra Zuberer.
The School of Business is pleased to announce that NNU’s AMA (American Marketing Association) Collegiate Chapter was a recipient of the exemplary collegiate chapter performance award for outstanding chapter planning at the International AMA Collegiate Conference in New Orleans.
Vice President for Academic Affairs Ed Robinson shares how NNU’s values created lasting value for him and his family. "It didn’t take me long to figure out that NNU was much more than a place to make memories for a yearbook. It was a place to establish foundations that would set my direction and shape my character for the rest of my life."
“I chose to be a part of the VEX Robotics team so that I could get hands-on experience with some of the basic engineering concepts," says engineering student Cole Logemann. "Being able to say that I was a part of this team will show a potential employer that I am a team player and that I have some foundational experiences that can be built upon.”
“Over the past nine months, Joel Pearsall has demonstrated that he is well qualified to lead Northwest Nazarene University,” said Board of Trustees Chair Randy Craker. “The board heard overwhelming support for his leadership and for his ongoing work. We are confident that the university is in good hands going forward.”