Undergraduate Studies Archive


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. Kevin Hawkins: Choir director and professor of music

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Dr. Jon Spence, director of leadership studies at Evangel University

EU to host annual Student Leadership Forum

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5 Things Every Fine Arts Hopeful Should Know

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Dari’Anne Hudson (’17): Passionate journalist and communicator with her eye on Washington

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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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General Motors Senior V.P. for Global Public Policy Bob Ferguson at GM Global Headquarters in Detroit, Mich. (Photo by John F. Martin for General Motors)

EU’s “Distinguished Alumnus” for 2015: Bob Ferguson

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Amanda Wachsmuth Heavens, a V.P. for Morgan Stanley in London, feels called to ministry in the financial services industry. She is currently writing a 40-part faith and finance devotional series.

EU “Outstanding Young Alumnus” for 2015: Amanda Wachsmuth Heavens

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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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Dr. Glenn Bernet served at Evangel from 1963 to 2014.

Trees of Honor 2015: Dr. Glenn Bernet

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Shirley Shedd served in the Department of Communication from 1981 to 2006.

Trees of Honor 2015: Shirley Shedd

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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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Jacques Richard Sassandra’s woodcut, “Le Christ sur la mer” (2004), was inspired by Jacopo Tintoretto’s painting of “Christ at the Sea of Galilea” (c. 1575-1580), which is on display at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

Evangel University to display art inspired by classics in the National Gallery of Art

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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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Evangel business instructors Hona Amer (left) and Eveline Lewis (right) created a new Entrepreneur course at EU, incorporating the weekly 1 Million Cups program. Junior Patrick McGuire and senior Kaitlyn Palmquist each received $300 Entrepreneurship Awards for their exceptional business plans. PHOTO: Paul K. Logsdon

Two Evangel students receive Entrepreneurship Awards

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Evangel University English professor Dara Brannan shares photos from her recent trip to Korea. PHOTO: Paul K. Logsdon

Evangel professor Dara Brannan travels the world teaching teachers

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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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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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