Alumna Patricia Grace King is the featured author at a Feb. 22 Writers Read event at Eastern Mennonite University. The reading will be in Common Grounds coffeehouse in the University Commons at 6:30 p.m.
Eastern Mennonite University has announced the hiring of current assistant coach Melvin Felix as the new head men’s basketball coach. He has been the lead assistant at EMU under Coach Kirby Dean the past seven seasons.
Last year in South Korea, middle school teachers Yongseung Roh and Kyungyun Hwang read Howard Zehr’s seminal text Changing Lenses with a study group. This year, they were part of a South Korean delegation that came to Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) to learn directly about restorative justice from Zehr himself.
The Zehr Institute for Restorative Justice at EMU announces a four-session course about police and community justice partnerships this spring.
The Virginia College Fund, a Richmond-based nonprofit, was the recipient of a $2,700,000 gift from the Guy E. Beatty Revocable Trust. The gift is the largest in the history of the organization.
Local theater-goers will be challenged by different perspectives on the Israel/Palestine conflict in February at Eastern Mennonite University. The Mosaic Theater Company of D.C., one of Washington D.C.’s newest and most acclaimed groups, will stage performances Feb. 16-18 of Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish’s memoir “I Shall Not Hate,” and of “Via Dolorosa,” by Sir David Hare.
The Rev. Sharon Washington Risher knows hate: Among the nine black worshippers killed by a white supremacist at a prayer meeting at Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, on June 17, 2015, were her mother, two cousins and a childhood friend.
Eastern Mennonite University has announced that head men’s basketball coach Kirby Dean will resign at the end of the current season. He has accepted a position as the director of parks and recreation for Rockingham County.
Eastern Mennonite University has earned a second consecutive “Silver” rating for its sustainability efforts from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).
An innovative new program at Eastern Mennonite University will provide scholarships for academically talented students with financial need studying in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
Community members new to Eastern Mennonite University joined those with ties three and four generations back to its beginning in 1917.
Eight students are gaining experience through internships in fields ranging from music therapy to journalism to immigration law through an EMU program.
A new symbol of nonviolence is the latest artistic addition to the Eastern Mennonite University campus.
EMU preps multi-talented Chilean alumni for doctoral theological studies, peacebuilding dialogue in the Jewish community
Anita Fonseca-Quezada and Cristian Quezada talk about their personal journeys that have merged and taken them from their native Chile to the United States.
A club at EMU is poised to offer students new opportunities for service, leadership training, and making local and international connections.
Lila Marks describes Hawaii’s landscapes as “effortlessly beautiful,” but when the EMU student traveled there this summer, she had something else on her mind.
Surrounded by boxes of supplies and volunteers packing blue and gray buckets to create relief kits, EMU senior Ryan Faraci still wanted to do more.
Two graduates of the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at EMU are finalists for an award honoring women working to resolve water-related conflicts.
The new director of the Master of Arts in Education program at EMU talks about some of the key insights that inform her philosophy of classroom teaching.
Three women working in peacebuilding were honored during a special Daughters for Life Foundation gala dinner.
Tempest Anderson describes her time as a graduate student in the master’s in counseling program at Eastern Mennonite University as “amazing and life-changing.”
EMU biology professor Doug Graber Neufeld will discuss sustainable solutions to water-related challenges in Kenya.
Nourah Alhasawi invites viewers to confront their preconceived notions about face-veiled Muslim women.
Building on research of three EMU professors, recent grad Hannah Daley and senior Amanda Williams concluded data collection in the Bergton area watershed.
The Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at EMU welcomes five Fulbright scholars to the graduate program in conflict transformation.