Dr. Ben Earwicker, professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies and chair of NNU’s Department of Psychology, Sociology and Criminal Justice as well as chair of the Department of Language, Literature and Culture was named Idaho State Foreign Language Teacher of the Year by the the Idaho Association of Teachers of Languages and Cultures (IATLC)
Senior Reagan Keeler put his technical skills to work meeting a ministry need by developing the popular app Youth Ministry Tracker that is changing the way youth pastors manage the logistics of their ministries.
NNU is pleased to welcome 15 new faculty to campus this fall. In addition to the academic positions they assume, these individuals may also be found in their lesser-known roles of landscape artist, world traveler, martial arts teacher, photographer, couch potato, musician, outdoor enthusiast and horse whisperer, to name a few.
For the first time, students have another way to become part of the NNU community—one that is more flexible and accessible than NNU has ever been able to offer before. This fall marked the launch of NNU’s first fully online bachelor’s degree for traditional students.
Paulo Salvador, a 2014 graduate, had an incredible four years at NNU. He was one of five graduates of NNU’s first class of engineering majors; he researched on projects ranging from crop monitoring with drones to building a rehabilitation machine for a paraplegic girl; and this fall he is beginning the journey towards a Ph.D. in aerospace engineering.
Whether you are going to become a doctor or a computer scientist, NNU offers an invaluable opportunity to gain real research experience in your field through the academic tradition of research fellowships.
Sun Valley, Idaho, home of movie stars, a world-class ski resort and a rich history (first ski lift was invented here and Ernest Hemingway is buried here) is less than a three hour drive from the NNU campus. This popular recreational and cultural destination offers NNU students a great weekend getaway but also unique academic opportunities.
As engineering majors, quantifying and measuring comes second nature to the three NNU students who traveled to Kudjip, Papua New Guinea during their Christmas break.