NNU is honored to confer the degree Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa on Jerry L. Caven. As philanthropists, Jerry and Muriel Caven have supported ministry work in Central America, South Asia, Africa and the United States. The ceremony will take place at 10 a.m. Friday, September 22 in the Swayne Auditorium of NNU’s Brandt Center.
NNU alum Patrick Gray and his lifelong friend Justin Skeesuck recount their extraordinary journey across the Camino de Santiago in Spain by foot and wheelchair and the lessons about authentic community they learned along the way.
Director of Athletics Kelli Lindley shares about the impact Tiny Bellamy had on the NNU campus and athletics community.
Barb (Vail) Robertson, class of 1976, has a long history with NNU. As part of our Continue the Story video series, she recently reflected on NNU’s legacy of investing in transformation.
Phil Haunschild, recent graduate and recipient of the Values & Capitalism 2016-17 Young Scholar Award, researches how to employ Syrian refugees in Jordan.
Three NNU alumni extend the spirit of the NNU community into their work and involvements throughout the Boise Valley.
Exiting student body president Ross Martinson shares his excitement for the new Student Commons and the value it will provide.
Siblings Amanda and Zach Marble reminisce about “The Dex” and the significant relationships built in the campus dining hall.
NNU will honor Dr. Phyllis Perkins Howard with the Wesley Order of Servant Leaders Award during General Assembly in Indianapolis, Indiana. The award is presented to individuals whose life and accomplishments reflect the spirit and practice of servant leadership, which was modeled by Jesus Christ and mirrored in the life of John Wesley.
Dr. Edwin “Ed” Robinson, NNU alumnus and senior fellow, passed away unexpectedly Saturday night. A memorial service will be held on June 10 at College Church of the Nazarene in Nampa. “Dr. Ed Robinson modeled what servant leadership looks like,” shared NNU President Joel Pearsall, “and as a result he touched thousands of lives.”