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Published on Mar 2, 2012 by Jennifer Hall

Gates Cambridge Scholarship awarded to Evangel graduate

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Zachary Guiliano, a 2009 Evangel University graduate, was one of 40 U.S. students awarded the prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarships on Feb. 14. He is Evangel’s first student to be so honored. Guiliano will use his scholarship to study for a Ph.D. in history at the University of Cambridge, England, starting October 2012. […]

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Evangel sponsors OPT documentary on O’Reilly Army Hospital

“O’Reilly General Hospital: The Hospital with a Soul” — Ozarks Public Television (OPT) will premiere a locally produced documentary on O’Reilly General Hospital, a WWII-era army hospital that was located in Springfield, Mo., on the grounds where Evangel University now stands.

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Three department chairs named at Evangel University

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. —Three departmental chair appointments have been announced at Evangel University which become effective with the 2012-2013 academic year. Theology Department—Dr. Brandon Schmidly, assistant professor of philosophy, joined the Evangel faculty in the fall of 2007. He has been appointed for his first term as a department chair. The first term served is traditionally a […]

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SIFE students assist with Gov. Mike Huckabee visit

SPRINGFIELD, MO — Members of the Evangel University SIFE team assisted with a luncheon featuring former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012. The event was held at the Oasis Convention Center on North Glenstone Ave. Huckabee is a four-time New York Times Best Selling Author and host of the number-one rated weekend hit “Huckabee” […]

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Evangel hosts 32 Founders Scholarship candidates

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Evangel University will interview 32 Founders Scholarship candidates on Friday, Feb. 17. Two students will receive full-tuition scholarships and 10 students will receive half-tuition scholarships, effective upon their enrollment at Evangel. “Over the next four years, full-tuition Founders Scholarships will be worth approximately $68,000 and half-tuition scholarships will be worth $34,000,” said Andy Denton, […]

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2002 NAIA-II National Championship Team to be Honored Saturday

Springfield, Mo. – Evangel University will celebrate the 10th anniversary of Evangel’s 2002 NAIA-II National Championship and honor the players and coaching staff from that season in their home game Saturday against Graceland. The 2001-02 team will be inducted into the Evangel Athletics Hall of Fame on Saturday marking the first time a team has received […]

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US Army Press Release: 1st Lt. David Johnson

News Release #019-12 January 26, 2012 JBLM releases additional information about 3-2 Stryker Brigade Soldier JOINT BASE LEWIS-McCHORD, Wash. – According to the Dept. of Defense, 1st Lt. David A. Johnson, 24, of Horicon, Wis., died Jan. 25, in Kandahar province, Afghanistan, of injuries suffered after encountering an improvised explosive device (IED) while conducting a dismounted […]

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Evangel Graduate Killed in Afghanistan

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Evangel University family is sad to announce the loss of a 2010 graduate, First Lt. David Johnson, killed in action earlier today (1.25.2012) in Afghanistan. His home was in Mayville, Wisc., and he is survived by his parents and three siblings. Johnson was 24 years old. “Our entire community joins David’s family […]

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Alumna Valorie Coleman joins Evangel as assistant director of public relations

Evangel University has announced the addition of alumna Valorie Coleman to the administrative staff as of Jan. 4, 2012. She will serve as assistant director of public relations.

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Evangel professor Publishes Article in Journal of Research in Education

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Debra Ann Davenport Yonke, associate professor of education, has been published in the fall 2011 Journal of Research in Education. The article is titled “Preservice Teacher Beliefs about Retention: How Do They Know What They Don’t Know?” “This was a collaborative research effort with the University of Wyoming and Evangel in which we surveyed our […]

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Evangel University Reaches Record Spring Enrollment

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — For the second consecutive year, Evangel University has reached a record enrollment for the spring semester, with 2,006 students currently enrolled from all 50 states and abroad. “We are very pleased to maintain strong enrollment this spring,” said Andy Denton, vice president for enrollment management. The previous enrollment record for the spring semester was […]

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Evangel Librarian Honored by Southwestern AG University

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Murl Winters, associate library director, was honored recently by his alma mater, Southwestern Assemblies of God University, in Waxahchie, Texas. During their Homecoming, all the librarians who have served on that campus from 1943 to the present were gathered for recognition. Winters was presented with a plaque and a history of the university for […]

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Larry Dissmore to Present Faculty Violin Recital

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Dr. Larry Dissmore will present a faculty violin recital on Monday, Jan. 23 at 7:30 p.m. in Evangel University’s Barnett Recital Hall.  Dissmore will be assisted by Evangel faculty pianists Dr. Linda Ligate and Dr. Gregory Morris. The program is free and open to the public. The program will include Tempo di Menuetto by Kreisler, the Sonata No. […]

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Faculty to Participate in Pentecostal Studies Conference

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Society for Pentecostal Studies will hold their annual meeting in Virginia Beach, Va., Feb. 29-March 3, 2012. The theme of the Society for Pentecostal Studies meeting is Pentecostalisms, Peacemaking, and Social Justice/Righteousness. Conference sessions will include a very wide variety of topics and will explore the roles that Pentecostal Christians have in addressing these […]

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DVR Alert: Two Stories of Interest on National TV this Weekend

There are two national TV broadcasts of interest to the Evangel family this weekend: Extreme Makeover: Home Edition On Friday, January 13, the season finale of ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Editionfeatures the building of seven homes in seven days in tornado-ravaged Joplin, Missouri. Evangel students and alumni were there: Evangel’s SIFE and other students volunteered. Evangel […]

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Lynette Ricks to Speak at Evangel University

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Lynette Ricks, from the Office of the State Courts Administrator (OSCA), will speak at Evangel University on January 19 at 11 a.m. The presentation will take place in Trask Hall 204. Ricks will provide information about Missouri’s foreign language court interpreter program. Anyone interested in participating in the certification program may attend. “In […]

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Alumnus, President of Convoy of Hope, to be Featured on ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

Springfield, Mo. — Convoy of Hope’s president, Hal Donaldson, will make a major announcement on the series finale of ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Jan. 13, at 8 p.m. ET, 7 p.m. CT on the ABC television network. The finale features tornado ravaged Joplin, Mo., where the program built seven homes in seven days last fall. Donaldson […]

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Students Selected for 2012 Missouri All’Collegiate Band

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Four Evangel University students were recently selected to be in the 2012 Missouri All-Collegiate Band. The students will perform at the annual Missouri Music Educators Association Conference on Jan. 25-28, 2012. The conference will be held at the Tan-Tara Resort at Lake of the Ozarks. The All-Collegiate Band has approximately 80 members from […]

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Four named Future Professional Major of the Year

Eight Evangel University Kinesiology Department students and four faculty members recently attended the 2011 Missouri Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Convention at the Lodge of the Four Seasons in Lake of Ozarks. The three-day state convention was titled “Building on the Past, Shaping the Future”. The conference provided information sessions in all […]

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Pre-med students provide free healthcare to over 800 patients in Haiti

Springfield, Mo — Seven Evangel University students were part of a 17-member team that provided free healthcare to 888 patients in Haiti during a four-day period last month. The pre-med majors traveled with a group of local medical professionals to Les Cayes to provide medical, optical and dental care. The HealthCare Ministries of the Assemblies of […]

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