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Scholarship Day Brings Prospective Students to Campus and an Alum Who Shares Her GU Story

Scholarship Day Brings Prospective Students to Campus and an Alum Who Shares Her GU Story

November 25, 2020

“You can tell a lot about what an institution or university values by what they scholarship.”
When Friends Don't Share Politics: Timely Discussion Nov. 2

When Friends Don't Share Politics: Timely Discussion Nov. 2

October 22, 2020

Facebook fights and Twitter tirades have brutalized friendships this election season, but do they have to? A panel discussion on friendship and politics, courtesy of the Greenville Community Reconciliation Task Force, addresses the issue. A Q & A time will follow. The public is welcome to attend free of charge.
Career Networking for Beginners and More: Introducing Community Circles

Career Networking for Beginners and More: Introducing Community Circles

October 06, 2020

Alumni have teamed up to guide students down the path that links college experiences to career and calling. Whether you're a student approaching graduation or a seasoned professional with expertise to share, you'll want to learn about GU's Community Circles.
Greenville University Announces Its 2020 Alumni Awardees

Greenville University Announces Its 2020 Alumni Awardees

October 06, 2020

Meet this year's notable awardees: author, lecturer and scholar U. Milo Kaufmann, music industry trailblazers Paul and Courtney Klimson, and longtime friends of the University Dennis and Deborah Fenton.
Sunderland Serves as Panel Expert on Artist Job Market Trends

Sunderland Serves as Panel Expert on Artist Job Market Trends

October 05, 2020

GU’s Paul Sunderland, professor of worship arts, responded to the call when career resource experts at Zippia.com sought insights on the job market for aspiring artists. They wanted to know how young graduates should prepare for the industry in today’s uncertain economic climate.
GU's COVID Success Garners Media Attention

GU's COVID Success Garners Media Attention

October 05, 2020

KTRS 550 “The Talk of St. Louis” recently welcomed Greenville University President Suzanne Davis to talk about GU “crushing” COVID-19 on campus.
The Surprising Places Our Wonder Leads: New RECORD Explores Curiosity

The Surprising Places Our Wonder Leads: New RECORD Explores Curiosity

October 01, 2020

Scientists say curiosity is like a mental itch that the "scratch" of discovery satisfies. The fall issue of The RECORD, titled "Just Curious," addresses the wonder of wonder experienced by alumni and students.
Week of Campus Activities Cultivates Mental Health Awareness

Week of Campus Activities Cultivates Mental Health Awareness

September 30, 2020

Greenville University is pleased to announce its first Mental Health Awareness Week, October 5-10, 2020.
Strong Start in First Month of COVID-19 SHIELD Testing at Greenville University

Strong Start in First Month of COVID-19 SHIELD Testing at Greenville University

September 22, 2020

Greenville University reports a strong start to its rigorous testing procedures that screen students and staff frequently for COVID-19. University administrators hope campus-wide compliance will preserve face-to-face learning through the fall semester. In the early weeks of the school year, testing led to rapid isolation of infected individuals and mitigated spread of the virus.
Alumnus Haseltine Lends Creativity to TV Show The Chosen

Alumnus Haseltine Lends Creativity to TV Show The Chosen

September 17, 2020

Dan Haseltine, founding member of the band Jars of Clay and GU's 2017 Commencement speaker collaborated with Matthew S. Nelson to compose and perform music for The Chosen, the first multi-season TV show about the life of Jesus Christ.
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