Autism and the Christian Community: Why Awareness Isn’t Enough
In honor of Autism Acceptance Month, Ling Austin ’22 reflects on why autism awareness is not as powerful or as needed as autism acceptance.
For Modern Democracies to Survive, We Must Rally Behind Universal Human Dignity
Anthropologist Dr. Robert Hefner believes that Christians and Muslims will to be central in protecting modern democracies from culture wars—if they can guide societies toward a shared belief in universal human dignity.
New Fellows Program Honors Faculty Investment in Students’ Career Journeys
Jonathan Senning (computer science), Amy Brown Hughes (theology) and Evangeline “Angie” Cornwell (biology) were named the inaugural Vocation Faculty Fellows, a new award from the Career and Connection Institute.
8 New Academic Programs
New programs across the College’s residential and online degree programs equip students to serve and lead in a variety of fields and settings—from speech-language pathology to ministry to organizational leadership.
New Endowed Chair Dr. Daniel Darko Continues Legacy of Interfaith Dialogue
Last week, Dr. Daniel Darko was installed as the first Wilson-Ockenga Endowed Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies—one of four endowed positions made possible by the Faith Rising campaign.