Academic Affairs Archive


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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John Griffin: Head men’s soccer coach

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Dr. Dennis McDonald (’84): Football alum now serving as director of athletics

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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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Evangel University announces Fall Concert Schedule

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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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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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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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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 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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The Summer Art Trip to Italy was a highlight for Danielle Huver, Colin Turnbull, Prof. Michael Buesking, Katelyn Hammons, Nathan Bussard, Athena Lester and Zane Burgess. They are shown in Siena, Italy, from the outlook of the cathedral museum. The summer travel course is preceded by a spring semester lecture course.  Students complete the course with the travel lab.

Evangel art students impacted by travel to Italy

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Evangel University graduate Gabrielle Hartmann drives the “Wonder Van” all over the state of Iowa as she presents the wonders of science to audiences of all ages.

Evangel grad shows the wonders of science at summer job

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Evangel University was honored to be named a Purple Heart University this past year. Making the presentation to President Carol Taylor are Vietnam veterans and Purple Heart recipients Paul Schmitz Sr., John D. Dismer, Paul Weeks and Bruce Lockwood.

Builder of Branson Belle now serves as Purple Heart educator

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Evangel University names new Athletic Director

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AGTS Presidential Announcement

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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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