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Summer RECORD reports on experiential learning during 2021-22 at GU

Summer RECORD reports on experiential learning during 2021-22 at GU

June 30, 2022

GU’s summer RECORD, just out, spotlights learning experiences fueled by GU’s donor-funded Experiential Learning Fund. This year, students engaged in “deep learning” that took place in restaurants, a waste incinerator plant, an abbey, a toy store, The Central Institute for the Deaf, a regional Star Wars event, and more.
Project manager excited about impact of new buildings

Project manager excited about impact of new buildings

June 30, 2022

Upon meeting Nonyameko Waddell, the first thing you notice is her unusual first name. It means “patience” in Swahili. But put a hard hat on her head and assign her to organize a construction project, it’s apparent that her skill set is as unique as her name.
For alumni contractor, GU building projects have special meaning

For alumni contractor, GU building projects have special meaning

June 30, 2022

“It’s business, but it’s also personal,” the 1985 GU graduate said of the opportunity to work for his alma mater. “On a personal level, it will be very satisfying to do these projects because they will make a real difference for the school.”
Greenville University nursing program earns approval from Higher Learning Commission

Greenville University nursing program earns approval from Higher Learning Commission

June 23, 2022

Greenville University is pleased to announce the approval of its new nursing program by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). The four-year program leading to a bachelor of science in nursing comes as the result of a partnership between Greenville University and St. John’s College of Nursing in Springfield, Illinois.
Multiple perspectives, one team making music

Multiple perspectives, one team making music

June 17, 2022

Students on this year's summer Pursuit worship team may hold differing opinions on road trip snacks and outdoor camping, but they all agree they're looking forward to making an impact on campers.
Innovative competition between history classes raises more than $650 for Ukrainian relief

Innovative competition between history classes raises more than $650 for Ukrainian relief

June 15, 2022

This spring, GU History Professor Richard Huston challenged students in his two largest classes to raise money for Ukrainians suffering from Russia’s invasion. Surprising generosity resulted.
GU seniors bring back Senior Skip Day

GU seniors bring back Senior Skip Day

June 15, 2022

GU seniors bring back Senior Skip Day to serve and create new interconnected experiences for Greenville community members.
Spring 2022 Dean's List

Spring 2022 Dean's List

June 14, 2022

Greenville University is pleased to recognize each of the students named to the Dean’s List for their hard work and dedication during the Spring 2022 semester.
Reflections from GU’s managing editor of advancement publications

Reflections from GU’s managing editor of advancement publications

June 13, 2022

Carla Morris, managing editor of advancement publications, is retiring after 11 years with Greenville University. She shares some of her favorite memories and previously untold stories.  
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