Adult Studies Archive


2016-02.12 EU Sydney & Justin Dougherty

Two exciting days for prospective students to visit Evangel University

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Dr. Renea Brathwaite

AGTS at Evangel to host 8th annual Horton Lectureship Series

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Riggs & Trees '13

Evangel named one of “The 50 Most Beautiful Christian Colleges & Universities in the U.S.”

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2015-12.04 30 years

Evangel University honors faculty & staff for years of service

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Three reasons Anthony Moore (’03) is a bad pastor

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2015-12.11 Film poster 200dpi

EU Films premiers “Electrolyte” on Dec. 11

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Dan Needham and Jacob Lowery will be speaking to musicians and music industry students at Evangel University during the day, before their performance with Michael McDonald’s band at Drury, on Dec. 2.

EU hosts Master Classes with Michael McDonald’s drummer & bassist

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2015-11.19-21 EU & Steel Magnolias poster

Evangel University Theatre presents “Steel Magnolias”

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EU Front sign, Riggs F'12

Evangel & AGTS honored to be named Military Friendly® Schools

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Evangel accounting graduate and energy industry executive Mark Allen (left) took the challenge to invest in business students like Sarah Elam (right). Bernie Dana spearheaded the $1 million campaign.

EU Business Legacy Scholarship Fund surpasses $1 million goal

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Dr. Cameron Pace, chair of the Department of Communication at Evangel University.

EU Communication Department announces Wall of Fame awardees

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Gospel music legend Bill Gaither (right) recently presented the Bill & Gloria Gaither Endowed Music Scholarship to Evangel University music major Brenden Kendall at a concert in Springfield, Mo. Evangel President Dr. Carol Taylor joined the celebration.

Bill & Gloria Gaither Music Scholarship awarded to Evangel senior, Brendan Kendall

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Trees have been planted on Evangel’s campus in acknowledgement of the recipients, and an engraved bronze plaque is placed at the base of each tree as a permanent tribute to the person being honored.

Summary: EU honors three 2015 “Trees of Honor” recipients

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Evangel University junior Kaitlyn Fry (center) celebrated winning a $1,500 scholarship with her faculty advisor Melinda Booze (left) at the annual professional development seminar sponsored by the Southwest Missouri chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. Joining them was Angela Eden (right) president-elect of SWMO PRSA.

Evangel junior wins PRSA’s Dr. Joe McAdoo Memorial Scholarship

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“My time at Evangel was invaluable. I solidified my thoughts and gained an outstanding education there,” said Raymond Schmidgall, class of 1967. Ray met his wife at Evangel, and all four of their daughters are graduates of Evangel.

Dr. Ray Schmidgall to speak at Business Leadership Forum, Homecoming 2015

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The Barnett Fine Arts Center is located just south of the Spence Chapel, facing Glenstone Ave., on the front of Evangel’s campus

Five prominent alumni on panel at Homecoming 2015

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Dr. Becky Huechteman, professor of education, meets with a prospective master’s degree student.

Evangel Open House for adult, masters and seminary students

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The Homecoming Celebration luncheon is a great place to connect with old friends and make new ones. Mark & Michelle Jahnke with President Carol Taylor at last year’s event. This year, Michelle will be speaking in chapel on Thursday morning.

Evangel University’s 2015 Homecoming Celebration preview

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The Rev. David Crabtree graduated from CBC and AGTS, and is now earning a doctor of ministry degree at AGTS.

CBC “Distinguished Alumnus” for 2015: Rev. David Crabtree

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Pastor Nick Poole helps fund his “ministry habit” by being a freelance graphic designer at Nick Poole Graphics.

CBC “Outstanding Young Alumnus” for 2015: Nick Poole

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Charlie Getty’s two passions: football and students

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StillSweating-Vision

Three reasons Anthony Moore (’03) is a bad pastor

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ThreeReasons-Vision

A chaplain’s move for God and Country

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WrightNow-Vision

Julie Higgins (’85) is starting something new (again)

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REPurpose-Vision

Becca Lashway (’18): When coming home feels foreign

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