Alumni, President's office

University mourns death of beloved alumna

Faye Speer (seated) along with Ming Wang, Ph.D., M.D. (left), Dr. Dan Boone (middle), and Ben Speer (right).Faye Ihrig Speer, an alumna and longtime friend of Trevecca Nazarene University, died in the early morning hours of October 13, 2015. She was 86. A native of Kentucky, Speer attended Trevecca from 1946-1948. []

Trevecca’s School of Education announces partnership with local school

In keeping with Trevecca’s strong history of support for public education in Nashville and surrounding counties, the School of Education is proud to announce its partnership with Smith Springs Elementary School in Antioch, Tennessee for the 2015/2016 school year. One of two new elementary schools opened this school year, Smith []

Trevecca program coordinator receives library award

Trevecca’s own Judy Bivens is the 2015 recipient of the Clara Hasbrouck Award. This award comes from the Tennessee Association of School Librarians, a professional organization of school librarians across the state. Bivens is the accreditation co-director and program coordinator of Trevecca’s Master’s of Library and Information Science program.Before coming to []

Student Life, Nashville

Trevecca’s music department forms songwriting advisory board

The Department of Music at Trevecca Nazarene University announces the formation of a new advisory board. Comprised of a diverse range of producers, songwriters, and music industry professionals, the board will advise the faculty regarding a proposed songwriting certificate program. While much of the two-year songwriting program will focus on developing []

Student Life, Spiritual Life

Trevecca plans four student mission trips this year

This year, Trevecca students will have several opportunities to participate in ministry at home and around the globe. The University has planned four Trevecca Around the Globe (TAG) trips that will allow students to minister in areas as close as Kentucky and as far away as Asia. The trips are []

Trevecca alum to kick off Trevecca’s Author Talk series

Nashville resident and Trevecca alumna Belle Blackburn will kick off the University’s annual Author Talk series on October 8 at the Waggoner Library on Trevecca’s campus. Belle Blackburn, a 1980 graduate of the University, is the author of The Doctor’s Daughter: Journey to Justice, a historical fiction novel set in Nashville []

Trevecca junior is a finalist for Nashville NEXT Award

Josh Durham, a junior cross-country and track athlete at Trevecca, has been nominated as a finalist for Young Entrepreneur of the Year for Nashville NEXT Awards. Developed by the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, the Nashville NEXT Awards seek to shine the spotlight on companies and []

Trevecca student prepares to use tech skills in healthcare industry

Most students graduate college hoping to land a job at some point in the foreseeable future. Zachary Burgess, however, will graduate this December with a solid career already set in place.Burgess will receive a Bachelor of Science in health information technology (HIT), a rapidly growing career in the healthcare field.In []

Conference will equip counselors to better help change-resistant clients

Trevecca’s Graduate Counseling Program announces this year’s Issues in Therapy conference, set for Friday, October 2. The annual conference for counseling professionals will be held in the Boone Convocation Center in the Boone Business Building on Trevecca’s campus. Bill O’Hanlon, the author of 36 books who has been featured on []


Residential development set to begin next to Trevecca

Construction is set to begin on Walden Village, a residential development adjacent to Trevecca Nazarene University, just south of downtown Nashville. []

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