Having a roommate in college is tough enough, but when two adults try to share the same living space, their opposite natures clash. Watch the same cast create two hilarious versions as the men and women swap lead roles.
Plan to attend Homecoming & Family Weekend special events, including: a panel from the School of Theology & Christian Ministries on theologian Karl Barth, the gathering for your academic discipline, and Overtime—the student hosted after-game party.
Mr. Lajvardi's talk, "Improbable to Unstoppable," will chronicle the actions of underprivileged, underfunded high school students in Phoenix, Arizona, and how they became engaged and challenged through his teaching in the field of robotics—so challenged that they defeated the likes of students from MIT three consecutive times at the national underwater robotics competition.
Joel K. Pearsall has a long history with Northwest Nazarene University culminating now in his role as president. His willingness to serve the people of NNU will navigate the university the next two years.
Studies show that students who participate in experiential learning while at college are twice as likely to be engaged at work. At NNU, opportunities abound for students to apply their studies to the real world.
NNU engineering students enhance their marketable skills and learn the importance of making a difference in people’s lives.
Through the Contemporary Music Center in Nashville, Tennessee, NNU music majors get a taste of the music industry and leave with the connections they need to make their way in this highly competitive field.
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.