Death of E. Drell Allen

E. Drell Allen, former Trevecca administrator and faculty member, died on Sunday, January 11, in North Richland, Texas. He was 97. Dr. Allen served at Trevecca from 1963 to 1983 under three presidents: William Greathouse, Mark Moore, and Homer Adams. During those years he served in three capacities: registrar, dean []

Student Life

New Education Specialist degree

Trevecca’s School of Education began its first cohort of students pursuing the Education Specialist degree in Turnaround School Leadership. This program is designed for educators working in schools and districts diligently attempting to close achievement gaps and improve student achievement in underperforming schools. Dr. Suzie Harris, Dean of the School []


Trevecca commemorates MLK Day by serving the community

Trevecca students will again join students from Vanderbilt, Belmont, Tennessee State University, and Lipscomb in the annual commemoration of MLK Day. Groups of students will work to meet the needs of Nashville agencies, including Feed the Children, Soles4Soles, Project Cure, Habitat Restore, and Hadley Towers. More than 400 students participated []

Trevecca names new director of online recruitment

Trevecca Nazarene University is pleased to announce the addition of Johnna Vanover as its first director of online recruitment, a new position in its College of Lifelong Learning.  Vanover will work to build a dynamic online recruitment team for all undergraduate and graduate programs offered in conjunction with Trevecca’s College []


Pearl-The-Pig Has Night “On The Town” After Dog Attack

The animals on the University’s urban farm are recovering this week following two frightening incidents last week. Normally the farm animals are protected by a Great Pyrenees dog, but last week that dog had to be taken to a veterinary clinic to be treated for an illness. Without their protector []


Trevecca engaged in Build a Stable Campaign

At Trevecca, a stable for animals is not simply a part of the Christmas story that now is tucked away with the Christmas decorations. It is a very real need for Trevecca’s urban farm and its ever-increasing herd of animals, and that need is even more critical during the “arctic []

Nashville, President's office

Former astronaut and HR specialist to speak at business luncheon

When Trevecca’s annual “Celebrating the Work, Wisdom, and Wit of Women” event convenes on February 11, in the Boone Business Building on the campus of Trevecca, attendees will hear the inspiring stories of two women with very different career trajectories: Rhea Seddon, MD, a former astronaut, and Deborah Story, senior []

Student Life, Nashville

Christmas means music at Trevecca

The arrival of the Christmas season at Trevecca is always accompanied by a melody—lovely music presented by university music ensembles. This year the music began on the afternoon of November 24, when the Trevecca PR group Redeemed and the Trevecca Saxophone Ensemble performed at the Lighting of the Greens event []

Student Life

Students’ clean water project wins contest

Earlier this week (Dec. 18) Nazarene Compassionate Ministries named Trevecca’s J. V. Morsch Center for the winner in that organization’s Water Challenge, a competition for students of Nazarene colleges to develop projects for providing clean water for those who need it. As the first-place winner, the Morsch Center will receive []


Urban farm featured on local news

Trevecca’s urban farm was the subject of a segment on Nashville’s NewsChannel5, the CBS affiliate, last night (Dec. 18). Jason Adkins, manager of the farm, was featured along with several of the university’s 28 miniature fainting goats, who were in the process of clearing an overgrown vacant lot in the []

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