Longtime Trevecca dean of students announces retirement

When Steve Harris accepted the position of acting dean of students at Trevecca, it was for one year only.He had no idea that one year would stretch into two, and eventually, the word acting would be erased from his title altogether. Harris, who has served the University for 39 years—34 []

Trevecca history professor soon to be published author

Dr. Erica Hayden, an assistant professor of history in Trevecca’s Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, will soon be able to place her own book on her bookshelf.Hayden’s book, based on her doctoral work, was recently accepted for publication. The work, titled “A good deal troublesome”: Female Crime and Punishment []

Trevecca to host Nashville Faith and Family Nights

For the seventh consecutive season, Trevecca Nazarene University will sponsor the Nashville Sounds’ Faith and Family Nights. Five events are scheduled throughout the Sounds’ 2018 season, with the first just one month away on April 13. Faith and Family Nights are something the University looks forward to each year, according []

Social justice writer and blogger Jo Saxton to speak in chapel

Author, blogger, podcast host and speaker Jo Saxton will speak in Trevecca’s chapel service on Thursday, March 15.This will kick off a weekend of speaking engagements at Trevecca for Saxton, who will also serve as a keynote speaker at the Seek Justice Conference, held March 16-17. Sponsored by Trevecca’s J.V. []

Trevecca students spend Spring Break learning and serving

More than 60 Trevecca students are spending this week learning, ministering and serving across the country and around the globe. Students are participating in a variety of Spring Break trips ranging from medical missions in Haiti to studying international business in Belize.BostonA team of four Trevecca students joined a group []

Trevecca hosts Gubernatorial Candidates’ Forum focused on healthcare issues

Five Tennessee gubernatorial candidates visited Trevecca Nazarene University last week when the University served as the location of a gubernatorial candidates’ forum centered on healthcare issues.Candidates Randy Boyd, former commissioner of economic and community development; Karl Dean, former Nashville mayor; Craig Fitzhugh, state house minority leader; Beth Harwell, Speaker of []

Trevecca, ENC students to serve together on spring break mission trip

Five Trevecca students are set to spend their spring break serving in Boston, Mass., on a mission trip aimed at helping better equip the church to fight human trafficking and minister to survivors.“Giving back looks differently for many people and for me this trip is my opportunity to give back []

Passion for healthy living, ministry fuel Dr. Aaron Hall’s work

For Dr. Aaron Hall, being able to incorporate medical missions into his students’ lives was important. So important, in fact, that the assistant professor of exercise science asked about the opportunities for mission trips during his interview process with Trevecca.“I must admit that question put a smile in my heart, []

University announces 2018 Teaching Excellence Award recipient

Dr. Rick Badley was named the 2018 recipient of Trevecca’s Teaching Excellence Award today.The honor was announced during the University’s annual Teaching Excellence Convocation, held this morning in the Boone Convocation Center. Badley, a professor of chemistry, has been a member of the Trevecca faculty since 2011. He previously taught []

Sadie Robertson speaks in chapel

Sadie Robertson spoke in Trevecca’s chapel service yesterday, urging students to embrace the fullness of God’s character, stepping out in faith when He calls despite fear.“When God calls you, He’s already considered who you are,” Robertson said. “And He’s still calling you—not because of who you are but because of []

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