Trevecca alumna embraces new role at the Tennessee State Museum

Tammi Edwards, a 1995 Trevecca graduate, has recently been named director of special projects at the Tennessee State Museum in downtown Nashville.As the museum’s director of special projects, Edwards is leading the museum’s reaccreditation process with the American Association of Museums. Her role will also include planning museum programs and []

Trevecca community unites to help those affected by Hurricane Irma

As meteorologists began predicting the path of Hurricane Irma, Trevecca Nazarene University students and staff began discussing ways the University could help in the aftermath. That help has included offerings, crisis care packages, phone calls and gathering supplies.Michael Johnson, Trevecca’s director of alumni and church engagement, knew it was going []

Trevecca’s School of Graduate and Continuing Studies adds psychology degree program

In our fast-paced, ever-changing world knowing how to communicate and interact with others is often key to building strong relationships, whether personally or professionally. Often, success in the workplace is directly determined by how well we understand others’ reasoning and motivations.That’s why Trevecca’s School of Graduate and Continuing Studies is []

Trevecca to host business professionals lunch focused on Nashville’s future

The Trevecca Association of Business Professionals is set to host an Oct. 26 networking luncheon called “Nashville 2020: The Future of Our Neighborhood.” The event will feature a panel discussion moderated by Trevecca president Dr. Dan Boone.Panelists include Nashville mayor Megan Barry, District 17 Nashville Metro City Council Member Colby []

Students get a chance to learn about the “future of story” from Hollywood professional

A writer, director, and producer, John K. Bucher’s work has been showcased in more than 30 countries around the world. While teaching at the Los Angeles Film Studies Center (LASFC), Bucher also regularly contributes to MovieMaker Magazine,, and It’s no surprise, then, that Trevecca writers and filmmakers are encouraged []

Trevecca senior recalls the “Wise Guys” of Wise Hall

When Trevecca senior Emily Davis heard that the University was planning to completely remodel Wise Hall, she knew she had to live in the new and improved apartments.“I’ve always wanted to live there,” said Davis, who is majoring mathematics and physics at Trevecca Nazarene University.Among many renovations done on Trevecca’s []

Chamber choir performance showcasing Latin American culture set for Sept. 21

Students, faculty and community members will soon get to experience a night of Latin culture on Trevecca’s campus when Core Ensemble presents Tres Vidas on Sept. 21. The performance, held in the Zelma Waggoner Performance Hall in the Jackson Center for Music and Worship Arts, will begin at 7 p.m.The []

Trevecca student heads home to help with hurricane relief, thankful for Trevecca response

As Hurricane Irma takes aim at Florida, Gabby Smith is still thinking about the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.Like many of us, Smith spent the last week sifting through videos, photos, news stories and social media posts about the devastation in Texas. But the picture she can’t get forget isn’t one []

Trevecca grad is the voice behind two successful podcasts

MHR alumnus Cole Johnson (center) posing with fellow graduatesTrevecca graduate Cole Johnson didn’t spend months developing the idea for his first podcast. It was born in an instant.“I developed the idea for the podcast five years ago without really knowing it,” Johnson said. “My wife was doing a radio show []

Trevecca releases statement on DACA decision

As a Christian university, Trevecca exists to educate all students who choose to continue their education in our community. We desire to invest in, mentor and support our students, fulfilling our mission of providing education for leadership and service. Echoing the statements issued earlier this year by the Church []

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