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An alum's journey from GU to RN

Brandon Leonard’s path to becoming a registered nurse (RN) is not one many would choose, but each step proved important in his journey. Leonard studied ministry...

Sarah Thomack  |  July 07, 2021

GU alumni

Alumni news: Giving back to the music industry

Paul ’01 and Courtney (Somerville ’03) Klimson have always dreamt of giving back to their industry. Paul, a skilled audio engineer, has worked for artists the...

Terri Sunderland  |  July 01, 2021

Student Testimony

A GU transfer experience

When you make a decision to transfer to another institution, you want to know that the hard work you have already put in will be...

Sarah Thomack  |  June 09, 2021

GU alumni

Alumni news: Court ordered to hear about Jesus

Photo courtesy Man4Man Ministries website Bob Blume ’62 has heard a lot of stories and has a lot of stories to tell. The ones he loves...

Sarah Thomack  |  April 29, 2021

GU Faculty and Staff

GU healthcare heroes: Dr. Erin Shankel keeps those skilled nurses coming

 When talk turns to COVID heroes, emergency room nurses often top the list, and for good reason: Research says they endure stress linked to heavy...

Carla Morris  |  April 20, 2021

GU Faculty and Staff

Getting to know GU First Gentleman Phil Davis

Click here to listen to the entire interview with First Gentleman Phil Davis.   Do you prefer the title “First Dude” or “First Gentleman?” Phil: I like...

Sarah Thomack  |  March 23, 2021

GU alumni

Cat recalls the GU experience that keeps on giving

Twenty years may have passed since Jim “Cat” Catanzaro '00 crossed the commencement stage to receive his degree, but that didn't end his Greenville University experience. Frequent conversations with classmates and others in GU’s extended community keep his alma mater’s influence alive.  The recent giveaway of a glass etched with GU’s iconic...

Carla Morris  |  February 23, 2021

The Truth About College Loans

Talk flowing from Capitol Hill these days about student-loan forgiveness has revived the debate on the value of higher education. A simple question frames the issue: “Is it worth it?”  Overwhelming evidence suggests that a college degree is indeed worth the investment.  According to a Federal Reserve study, college graduates make $30,000...

Victoria Clark  |  February 22, 2021

Endorsements for Teachers

Middle School and Special Ed: Double the Pleasure Says this Seasoned Teacher

If you can imagine a classroom with 30 seats and a pressure cooker gathering steam on each one, then you have a good idea what...

Carla Morris  |  February 11, 2021

Endorsements for Teachers

A Cup of Coffee and Nerves of Steel: Take Our Quiz to See If Teaching Driver's Ed is for You

Updated: January 20, 2022 Shortly after Diane turned 15 and secured her learner's permit, her older brother Craig tossed her the car keys and said, “Let’s...

Carla Morris  |  February 08, 2021

Endorsements for Teachers

Inspiration Behind the Wheel: Confessions from Drivers Ed Teachers who Love what Parents Dread

Updated: January 20, 2022 Few parents relish the nerve-racking hours they spend in passenger seats as their teens take full control of the steering wheel. One...

Carla Morris  |  February 08, 2021

Endorsements for Teachers

Expertise in Special Education and Learning Behavior Worth the Effort Says Veteran Teacher

Rick is a retired mail carrier, an accomplished woodworker, and a lifelong St. Louis Cards fan. Lately, in this season of COVID-19, he’s something...

Carla Morris  |  February 08, 2021

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