Student Development Archive


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EU Films premiers “Electrolyte” on Dec. 11

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Evangel visit day: “EU Preview” on Friday, Dec. 4

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Evangel & AGTS honored to be named Military Friendly® Schools

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Gina Rentschler, director of community life at Evangel, spoke about campus safety on Tuesday.

Springfield higher ed. institutions unite for safer campuses with Green Dot Program

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Mason Rozean was one of two students invited to speak to members of “The President’s Club” during Homecoming 2015.

Mason Rozean ’19: Founders scholarship recipient with a passion for preaching

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Evangel University students prepare for another day of volunteer service.

EU students serve on Make a Difference Day

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EU Marching Band to perform in Apple Butter Makin’ Days parade

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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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5 Things Every Fine Arts Hopeful Should Know

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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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“Glo Wear” will be provided for the Convoy of Hope “Lights Run” 5K presented by Evangel University.

EU and Convoy of Hope present “Lights Run” 5K fun run/walk

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Gene Thomlinson served as director of Evangel’s security/public safety department from 1969-2013.

Trees of Honor 2015: Gene Thomlinson

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Roger Moore, Evangel University’s director of public safety (left), and Officer Tim Davis during last year’s Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention (SHARP) training.

National Campus Safety Awareness Month at Evangel University

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Sarah Walters, athletic training program director at Evangel University, tests the knee of a student athlete.  PHOTO: Paul K. Logsdon

Athletic Training program grows at Evangel University

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New students at Evangel University invested their second day on campus volunteering in the community. PHOTO: Paul K. Logsdon

Students partner with Convoy of Hope for “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” cleanup projects

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There will be plenty of help for the new Evangel University students as they move in to their residence halls.

“EU Launch” includes service day with Convoy of Hope

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Physician assistant Nikki Williams (glasses) worked with children in San Salvador, the capitol of El Salvador, this summer.

Grad found passion for medical missions while at Evangel University

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Evangel University junior Ashtin Flowers on the beach during her recent visit to Southeast Africa.
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Students spend two weeks in Mozambique, Africa

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Charlie Getty’s two passions: football and students

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

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A chaplain’s move for God and Country

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

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

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