Trevecca professor receives grant to continue unique dissertation

Dr. Sarah Bollinger, director of Trevecca’s social work program, was selected to receive the American Association of University Women’s (AAUW) American Fellowship Publication Grant for the 2016-2017 award year.According to the AAUW’s website, the American Fellowships program “provides fellowships for women pursuing full-time study to complete dissertations, conducting postdoctoral research []

Trevecca Urban Farm offers first bee camp

Summer is synonymous with camp.These days, parents and kids have countless camp opportunities from which to choose—from church camps to sports camps and even art camps. But for the last week, kids have gathered on Trevecca’s campus for a slightly different kind of camp.Hosted and coordinated by officials from the []

Trevecca’s School of Arts and Sciences announces new faculty members

Trevecca Nazarene University’s School of the Arts and Sciences welcomes three new faculty members who will join the University in the Fall 2016 semester. They are Jeffrey Wells, Leigh Ann Danzey-Bussell, and Ewa Kowal.Dr. Jeffrey WellsDr. Jeffrey Wells, a Trevecca alumnus, will join the Department of Communication Studies. Wells has []

Trevecca welcomes alumna as new university registrar

Trevecca Nazarene University has named Katrina Quick Chapman (’00) to serve as the next university registrar. Chapman replaces Becky Niece, who retired from Trevecca after the 2015-2016 academic year. Niece served the university in various roles for 31 years.Chapman is 2000 graduate of Trevecca and a 2003 graduate of Nazarene []


Camp Electric brings thousands of teens, music to campus

Trevecca Nazarene University welcomed more than 1,400 teens to campus in July, all participants in Camp Electric. Campers and chaperones took part in two five-day camp sessions, July 3-7 and July 10-14.Designed specifically for young musicians, Camp Electric focuses on teaching participants about band dynamics, the art of leading worship []

English professor receives literary arts grant

Graham Hillard, associate professor of English, was recently awarded an individual artist fellowship in literary arts from the Tennessee Arts Commission (TAC). The fellowship was awarded in poetry, Hillard’s specialty.“I’m obviously honored to have received the fellowship,” Hillard said. “Like a residency at an artists’ colony or publication in literary []

Trevecca’s School of Business and Technology welcomes three new faculty members

The Skinner School of Business and Technology at Trevecca Nazarene University will add three new faculty members for the 2016-2017 academic year.Dr. Ed Anthony, Dr. Vincent Wilcox and Dawn Olson will join the faculty of the School of Business, teaching in the areas of information technology, music business and marketing []

Thomas to spearhead efforts to meet needs of first generation students and build diversity

For Brodrick Thomas, serving as Trevecca Nazarene University’s first coordinator of student engagement and diversity isn’t just a job. It’s a calling.“I feel like this University has given me so much,” Thomas said. “This is my opportunity to add my little piece to the legacy that is Trevecca.”Thomas, who earned []

Dr. Johnny Crow to join Trevecca School of Education faculty

​Trevecca Nazarene University announces the addition of Dr. Johnny Crow to the faculty of the School of Education. Crow will serve as the school’s director of advanced licensure and non-licensure education programs, beginning with the Fall 2016 semester.“We are extremely excited to welcome Dr. Johnny Crow into the Trevecca family, []

School of Education launches new program for teachers in Christian schools

​Trevecca is excited to announce a new master’s program within the School of Education specifically geared toward improving student learning within Christian (pre-K-12) schools.Offered entirely online, the Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction for Christian School Educators is a 30-credit hour program that incorporates biblical worldview into standard academic []

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