Costa Rica is called the land of pure life. NNU faculty and students are experiencing it for themselves through numerous research, mission trip and experiential learning opportunities.
While some may shrink away from the challenge of being both a nursing major and a volleyball player, Linnea Phillips, a senior from Yakima, embraces it. Linnea entered her senior season with 915 career digs for the Crusaders.
Northwest Nazarene University is pleased to announce that Assistant Professor of Computer Science Dale Hamilton and Associate Professor of Computer Science Barry Myers have been awarded a NASA EPSCoR (experimental program to stimulate competitive research) Undergraduate Research Grant to support their research on fire monitoring and assessment technology.
Hired in May, Scott Flemming brings a 440-273 career collegiate coaching record with him to the Northwest Nazarene sidelines along with two National Coach of the Year awards and a Christian College National Championship.
Northwest Nazarene University is pleased to announce that it has been notified of the imminent distribution of the final portion of an estate gift from Howard and Mary Conrad. This gift—now exceeding $18 million—will be truly transformative for the university, current and future students, and the greater Treasure Valley.
Each year Northwest Nazarene University honors an individual or organization whose goals are to enrich, support and enhance the local Nampa community. This year the 2015 Eugene Emerson Award was presented to Mr. Don Brandt at the annual NNU President’s Dinner.
Introducing NNU Give Day—a special, 24-hour event with the purpose of providing an opportunity for the NNU community to join together in supporting the university with a goal to make September 24, 2015 the greatest day of giving in NNU history.
“SOLD: The Human Trafficking Experience” is coming to the NNU campus and College Church of the Nazarene to educate the community on human trafficking. Visitors to the SOLD Experience will have the opportunity to walk in the shoes of a modern-day slave.
The community is invited to attend the Mangum Mission Series where Pastor Greg Arthur, president of the board of directors for “Free the Girls,” will discuss human trafficking and offer a way we can partner with women rescued from sex-trafficking.
With the launch of NNU’s Parent Association this fall, there are even more ways for parents of NNU students to stay connected to and support their university student.