Graduate Studies Archive


Dr. Shonna Crawford (right) received the Mills Young Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching, Scholarship and Service from Evangel University President Dr. Carol Taylor, during the spring commencement ceremony. // PHOTO BY: Meg White

Dr. Shonna Crawford receives Mills Young Faculty Award for Excellence

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Evangel names new Director of Public Safety

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Evangel University psychology professors Dr. Heather Kelly and Dr. Geoff Sutton recently presented their research at a national CAPS conference in Pasadena, Calif.

Evangel psychology profs present research on healing at international conference

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2016-05.07 Arnzen at Regent, Hope Ortego

Evangel prof selected to speak at her doctoral graduation ceremony

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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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Missouri State Rep. Sonya Anderson met with Megan Poe (teal) and other Evangel grad students in the State Capitol.

Evangel grad students lobby on Student Legislative Day

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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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The commencement ceremony for Evangel University will once again be held at James River Church in Ozark, Mo.

UPDATE: Evangel University’s 58th Annual Commencement week activities

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The Evangel University Faculty Brass Quintet is (l-to-r): Dr. Eric Jackson (horn), Matt Moore (trombone), Dr. Brad Coker (tuba), Darren Eddington (trumpet) and Tim Wootton (trumpet).

Evangel’s Faculty Brass Quintet to perform Monday, April 25

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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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Sarah Morris is the featured piano soloist for the Spring Orchestra Concert.

EU Orchestra, featuring Sarah Morris, to present spring concert Tuesday, April 19

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Wilfredo De Jesús, affectionately known as Pastor Choco, is pastor of the largest Assemblies of God church in the U.S.

One of TIME Magazine’s “most influential” to speak at Evangel’s 58th Annual Commencement

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Evangel University Spring Choral Concert to feature four groups on Thursday, April 14

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The Evangel University Symphonic Band

Evangel University presents 52nd Annual Lawn Concert on Tuesday, April 12

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Mercedes Medina says that earning her master’s degree at Evangel University was more cost-effective than at a state school. // Photo by: Paul K. Logsdon

Innovative Literacy Lab at Evangel benefits students and teachers alike

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2016-04.09 Emily Engebretson

Emily Engebretson to present master’s flute recital on Saturday, April 9

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Grammy-nominated jazz composer and trombonist Steve Wiest will perform with the Evangel University Jazz Orchestra.

Evangel Jazz Orchestra welcomes Grammy-nominated composer Steve Wiest

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Professor Emeritus John Shows will return to serve as guest conductor. // Photo by: Paul K. Logsdon

Evangel University Symphonic Band to perform on March 29

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Dr. Murray Dempster, Dr. Byron D. Klaus and Dr. Doug Petersen.

Evangel & AGTS participate in Society for Pentecostal Studies annual conference

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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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