MBA grad uses her degree to serve the church

On any given day, Trevecca alumna Jodi Whiston Chadwell can be found speaking with local pastors, emailing a bishop about a nationwide project, or tackling several other jobs for the General Council on Finance and Administration for the United Methodist Church. Chadwell, who earned her master’s in business administration through []

Trevecca to host conference about faith and creativity

Out of a desire to inspire pastors and church leaders and explore creative expressions of worship and theology, Trevecca Nazarene University has announced the Imago Gathering. Set for Nov. 16, the one-day event will focus on the visual arts, music, film, and the spoken word.Special guests include Sandra McCracken, Kevin []

SGCS professor discusses his research, balance and growing in faith

On November 14, Trevecca hosted its annual Faculty Research Symposium. During the event, SGCS professor Dr. Rodger Oren presented his research on case studies in Agile/Scrum for IT and project management.“I am looking at how 2 different groups have used the Agile/Scrum software development process in their quest to modernize []

Trevecca students raise awareness of veteran suicides

Wesley Cooper was scrolling through Facebook when he came across a post detailing a challenge called #22pushups.Cooper, sophomore religion major and Vanderbilt Reserve Officer Training Corps member, said this post brought to his attention a sad statistic.“Every day, an average of 22 soldiers [commit suicide], and their deaths go unnoticed. []

Trevecca director of security to retire in December

Over the course of his career, Norm Robinson was a marine, a police officer for Metro Nashville and the Trevecca director of security. In January, students at Trevecca will begin a new semester without him patrolling campus for the first time in 25 years.Robinson will be retiring in December of []

International students spend Thanksgiving with professors and classmates

​Dr. Yanice Mendez vividly recalls her loneliness at being left alone on campus during the holidays as a young graduate student.“I remember when I was a grad student in Minnesota, and I was by myself,” said Mendez, an assistant professor of biology in Trevecca’s Department of Science and Mathematics. “I []

Trevecca announces Pulliam Plaza project

Jim Pulliam being honored at Trevecca's Founder's Day luncheon on Nov. 4Jim Pulliam’s name is already well known in his native North Carolina, but Trevecca Nazarene University is making sure he’s remembered long into the future.The University recently announced plans to create Pulliam Plaza, a new gathering space on the []

Trevecca named to Victory Media’s 2017 Military Friendly® Schools list

Trevecca Nazarene University announced today that it has earned the 2017 Military Friendly® School designation by Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs®, STEM Jobs (SM), and Military Spouse. First published in 2009, Military Friendly® Schools is the most comprehensive, powerful resource for veterans today. Each year, the list of Military []

University statement regarding offensive social media post

In the last few days, we have become aware of offensive social media comments posted by one of our students. University officials quickly responded to the post and the student involved, seeking to deal with the issue face-to-face and with dignity for all involved.Trevecca rejects all statements that devalue people []

Trevecca will host Faculty Research Symposium on Monday

The 22nd Trevecca Nazarene University Faculty Research Symposium will be held on Monday, Nov. 14. It is an opportunity for Trevecca professors, both current and emeritus, to present their recent research to their peers as well as the student body.“It allows opportunity for them to share what they’re learning so []

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