Michelle Haynes (’13) took a roundabout path to her degree, but she found that the connections and options at NNU gave her just what she needed to get it done and move into a career—and life—she loves.
The talent contained in the community of NNU is too great to keep to ourselves. Woods End Ministries, a ministry collective of speakers, artists and worship leaders, was started by NNU alums and siblings, Carly and Chris, in 2012. Since then it has grown to include over 15 members, all sharing their talents to transform the lives of others.
The M.Div. program helped Kenton match his skill-set with the work of God. He started a new kind of church, called The Table Church, which is designed to meet people where they are.
2014 Alumnus of the Year Randy Newcomb is making a difference by furthering peace and freedom around the world.
Alumnus Andrew Olsen learned that the substance of his degree mattered much more than its title in his grad school pursuits. Access to faculty and unique real-world experiences have put him on a path to success in his field, wildlife biology.
When alum Doug Money returned to NNU for the track and field reunion, he shared an amazing story of a passion for running that can't be stopped no matter the challenges.
Northwest Nazarene University is gearing up for Homecoming & Family Weekend which will take place on November 6-8, 2014. Alumni, family, and community members are invited to partake in the homecoming festivities while reuniting with old friends and making new ones.
The Crusader women’s volleyball team took their game around the globe on a cultural exchange trip to China. They saw the sites, upped their game, and learned that choosing Division 2 means having an unrivaled student-athlete experience.
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.
World Relief, an international organization that works to help vulnerable people groups around the world, has one of its national offices in the Boise Valley. We asked World Relief employee and NNU alumna Joelle to tell us about World Relief's work in the valley.