Dorm2_blog

Multnomah students make dorm life their business

Written on May 19th, 2016 by
Categories: Faculty, Feature, Programs, Students
Marketing professor Michael Hohn doesn’t like fake case studies. He prefers bringing the curriculum to life by instigating legitimate projects with real impact. That’s exactly what his Sales and Marketing class did last semester. Continue Reading »
TIRZAH

‘A sense of adventure’: Tirzah Allen satisfies her love of travel in the MATESOL program

Written on April 18th, 2016 by
Categories: Programs, Students
After graduating with a BA in English and communication, Allen began researching grad schools. “I chose TESOL because I wanted the ability to open more doors and be challenged continuously. I don’t want to be too comfortable, and I want to keep extending myself. This requires a built-in sense of adventure.” Continue Reading »
forrestANDsky_blog

A tale of two forests: MU prof reflects on forest regeneration in honor of Earth Day

Written on April 18th, 2016 by
Categories: Events, Faculty
There still seems to be a common understanding within some circles that Earth Day and Christians don’t mix. Is this perception flawed? Let’s consider two of our great western forests. Continue Reading »
theFive_blog

Local nonprofit creates unique internship opportunities for business students

Written on April 15th, 2016 by
Categories: Events, Programs, Students
Business Department Chair Lee Sellers is passionate about integrating practical experience into his students’ education. So when Andrew Stone at Kingdom Ministries needed interns to help support his young nonprofit, an on-going partnership was created. Continue Reading »
curt

Mixing Bible with career: business owner joins degree completion program

Written on April 7th, 2016 by
Categories: Programs, Students
“I decided to drop everything and finish my degree because I wanted to learn more about business after owning one for so long,” Heitschmidt says. “I knew that I could study business anywhere, but the business and Bible combination was what I really wanted.” Continue Reading »
SpringThaw2016_foodtrucks_blog

Spring Thaw unites, inspires local youth groups

Written on April 5th, 2016 by
Categories: Events, Programs, Students
Spring Thaw kicked off last weekend, and attendees filled MU’s campus with the contagious energy only 650 high school students could bring. From Friday evening to Sunday afternoon, the weekend was packed with activities, including a comedy show, paintball, a game truck, sports tournaments and a photo booth. Continue Reading »