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Evangel University’s president, Dr. Carol Taylor, presents Dr. Fred Fortunato with the 2016 Clark Award during the recent Commencement ceremony. // PHOTO BY: Meg White

2016 CLARK AWARD: Science prof awarded Evangel’s highest honor for academic excellence

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Dr. Gordon Pace, former superintendent of the Ozark School District and now professor of education at Evangel, answers questions about the University’s doctorate in educational leadership.

Open House for Evangel adult, graduate & seminary programs

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Evangel University students and faculty advisors attending the Enactus National Expo. (Click photo below to enlarge.)

Evangel Enactus team makes Top 20 in National Competition

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Students on the Enactus presentation team for Evangel University were, (left-to-right) Hannah Davis, Kirren Siewert, Baylee Teague, Daniel Philpot, Meredith Kyle, and Joshua Clark. In addition, Lindsey Ellis (not pictured) served as the team technician and ran the presentation PowerPoint.

Evangel Enactus team advances to National Competition

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Assistant Professor Debbie Bicket (left) answers questions about Evangel University’s school counseling masters program designed for working adults.

Open house for Evangel University adult, graduate and seminary programs

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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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“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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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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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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Jami McConnell and Ally Walsh enjoyed the opportunity to win $1,000 at UMKC.

Evangel students win $1,000 in Venture Creation Challenge at UMKC

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Open House, Dr. Gordon Pace

Open House for adult, masters and seminary students

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Earn Your Master of Organizational Leadership

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Representing Evangel University at the 2015 Missouri PBL competition in Springfield were: Chris Harness, Grace LaPoint, Jordan Keegan, Lindsey Ellis, Isaac Shook, Daylea DuVall and Tabitha Lichtenberg. Missing from the photo is Carissa Morein.

Six EU students qualify for national Phi Beta Lambda competitions

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Evangel University marketing majors Grace LaPoint, a senior, and Andrea Paganelli, a freshman, discuss the Sam’s Club “Step Up for Small Business” partnership that they are working on with U-Link, L.L.C.

EU Enactus team uses $1,500 Sam’s Club grant to help local business

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Dr. Duane Praschan at a recent open house, answering questions about Evangel’s business degrees designed for working adults.

Open House: EU Adult and Graduate Studies Program

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Evangel University Adult and Graduate Studies Program to host open house, Tuesday, Oct. 14

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EU business faculty receive $5,000 grant to develop entrepreneurship course

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Soon-to-be graduate works wonders for families of sick children

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Evangel University Adult & Graduate Studies to host open house Tuesday, Feb. 18

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Evangel University to host open house for Adult and Graduate Studies Program

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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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