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Homecoming 2005 Brochure, Taylor University Oct 2005

Homecoming 2005 Brochure, Taylor University

Homecoming & Family Weekend

No abstract provided.


2005-06 Chapel Schedule, Taylor University Oct 2005

2005-06 Chapel Schedule, Taylor University

Chapel Schedules

No abstract provided.


Taylor: A Magazine For Taylor University Alumni And Friends (Fall 2005), Taylor University Oct 2005

Taylor: A Magazine For Taylor University Alumni And Friends (Fall 2005), Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

The Fall 2005 edition of Taylor Magazine, published by Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.


Fort Wayne Alumnus, Taylor University Fort Wayne Oct 2005

Fort Wayne Alumnus, Taylor University Fort Wayne

TUFW Alumni Publications

The Fall 2005 edition of The Fort Wayne Alumnus, published by Taylor University Fort Wayne in Fort Wayne, Indiana.


Koinonia, John Maxwell, Tim Elmore, Glen Kinoshita, Andrew Shriver, Todd Ream, Jerry Schwenke, Brie Mcdaniel Oct 2005

Koinonia, John Maxwell, Tim Elmore, Glen Kinoshita, Andrew Shriver, Todd Ream, Jerry Schwenke, Brie Mcdaniel

Koinonia

Conference Spotlight
From Ordinary to Extraordinary, John Maxwell

Leadership Development
EPIC Leadership: Preparing EPIC Leaders Using Images, Experiences, and Relationship, Tim Elmore

Diversity & Community
Diversity in Evangelical Higher Education: An Interview with Will Kratt, Glen Kinoshita

Sophomore Community Groups, Andrew Shriver

Thinking Theologically: Considering Community-Part 1, Todd Ream

Book Reviews
A History of American Higher Education, reviewed by Jerry Schwenke

Hurt: Inside the World of Today's Teenagers, reviewed by Brie McDaniel

Reflections
Snapshots from ACSD 2005

Features
The President's Corner

Editor's Disk


Taylor: A Magazine For Taylor University Alumni And Friends (Spring 2005), Taylor University Apr 2005

Taylor: A Magazine For Taylor University Alumni And Friends (Spring 2005), Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

The Spring 2005 edition of Taylor Magazine, published by Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.


Fort Wayne Alumnus, Taylor University Fort Wayne Apr 2005

Fort Wayne Alumnus, Taylor University Fort Wayne

TUFW Alumni Publications

The Spring 2005 edition of The Fort Wayne Alumnus, published by Taylor University Fort Wayne in Fort Wayne, Indiana.


Koinonia, Jennifer Lindholm, Todd C. Ream, Dana Alexander, Skip Trudeau Apr 2005

Koinonia, Jennifer Lindholm, Todd C. Ream, Dana Alexander, Skip Trudeau

Koinonia

Conference Spotlight
Spirituality, Religion, and the Undergraduate College Student, Jennifer Lindholm

ACSD 2005 Artist Spotlight: Shaun Groves

Ideas for Our Work
Thinking Theologically: The Moral of a Good Story, Todd C. Ream

Changing Our Name and Identity: Rebranding or Renewal, Dana Alexander

Features
The President's Corner

Editor's Disk


Taylor: A Magazine For Taylor University Alumni And Friends (Winter 2005), Taylor University Jan 2005

Taylor: A Magazine For Taylor University Alumni And Friends (Winter 2005), Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

The Winter 2005 edition of Taylor Magazine, published by Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.


Taylor University Catalog 2005-2006, Taylor University Jan 2005

Taylor University Catalog 2005-2006, Taylor University

Undergraduate Catalogs

The 2005-2006 academic catalog of Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.


Taylor University Fort Wayne Catalog, Taylor University Fort Wayne Jan 2005

Taylor University Fort Wayne Catalog, Taylor University Fort Wayne

Academic Catalogs (TUFW & Predecessors)

The 2005-2006 academic catalog of Taylor University Fort Wayne.


Perceptions Of Gender Competence: Are Christian Colleges Different, Edee Schulze, Annette Tomal Jan 2005

Perceptions Of Gender Competence: Are Christian Colleges Different, Edee Schulze, Annette Tomal

Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development

Perceptions of student and professor competence and respect were investigated through a survey of 2042 students from 77 liberal arts colleges, both Christian and non-Christian. The Christian schools are part of the CCCU (Council for Christian Colleges and Universities); CCCU responses were 78.5 percent of the total. Chi- Square and Mann-Whitney tests were used to determine if gender and type of college affected students’ responses. Two conclusions can be made about student competence and value: (1) male CCCU students are most likely to believe that male students are viewed as more competent than female students and (2) non-CCCU students ...


Growth No. 5 (2005) - Full Issue Jan 2005

Growth No. 5 (2005) - Full Issue

Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development

No abstract provided.


Getting Involved: A Typology Of Student Cocurricular Participation At A Christian University, John L. Hoffman Jan 2005

Getting Involved: A Typology Of Student Cocurricular Participation At A Christian University, John L. Hoffman

Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development

No abstract provided.


The Relationship Between Spiritual Well Being And College Adjustment For Freshmen At A Southeastern University, Robert E. Ratliff Jan 2005

The Relationship Between Spiritual Well Being And College Adjustment For Freshmen At A Southeastern University, Robert E. Ratliff

Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development

The purpose of this study was to identify the possible relationship between spiritual well being and college adjustment in first-year college students. The Spiritual Well Being Scale and the College Adjustment Scales were administered. Relational analysis was used to investigate 91 college freshmen enrolled in a freshman seminar course at Charleston Southern University, Charleston, South Carolina. This relational analysis included both psychological and developmental aspects of college adjustment in nine specific areas of college adjustment: anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, substance abuse, self-esteem, interpersonal relationships, family relationships, academic problems, and career problems. A statistically significant relationship was found between spiritual well ...


Evaluating A Moral Thinking Assessment Model For Evangelical Christian Liberal Arts Colleges, Michael A. Hayes Jan 2005

Evaluating A Moral Thinking Assessment Model For Evangelical Christian Liberal Arts Colleges, Michael A. Hayes

Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development

A model using moral judgment and cultural ideology (political and religious ideology) for predicting moral thinking about critical social and political issues, developed by Narvaez, Getz, Rest, and Thoma (1999), was assessed for utility with students at evangelical Christian liberal arts colleges. Freshmen (N = 199) and seniors (N = 230) from 2 evangelical Christian liberal arts colleges participated, completing the Defining Issues Test 2, Inventory of Religious Belief, and Attitudes Toward Human Rights Inventory. The regression model predicted a significant amount of variance for the students in this study; however, the R2 value (.22) was much smaller than in Narvaez ...


Christian World View Integration: "A Believer's Role In Sanctification.", Don Shepson Jan 2005

Christian World View Integration: "A Believer's Role In Sanctification.", Don Shepson

Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development

No abstract provided.


In A Strange Land? Educational Identity And The Market System, Todd Ream Jan 2005

In A Strange Land? Educational Identity And The Market System, Todd Ream

Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development

No abstract provided.


Scholarship And Christian Faith: Enlarging The Conversation, Jim Fereira Jan 2005

Scholarship And Christian Faith: Enlarging The Conversation, Jim Fereira

Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development

No abstract provided.


Rethinking Student Affairs Practice, Eileen Hulme Jan 2005

Rethinking Student Affairs Practice, Eileen Hulme

Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development

No abstract provided.


Conceiving The Christian College, David M. Johnstone Jan 2005

Conceiving The Christian College, David M. Johnstone

Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development

No abstract provided.


College Of The Overwhelmed: The Campus Mental Health Crisis And What To Do About It, Michael Lastoria Jan 2005

College Of The Overwhelmed: The Campus Mental Health Crisis And What To Do About It, Michael Lastoria

Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development

No abstract provided.


Serving The Millennial Generation, Todd S. Voss Jan 2005

Serving The Millennial Generation, Todd S. Voss

Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development

No abstract provided.


Building Partnerships For Service-Learning, Jeffrey P. Bouman Jan 2005

Building Partnerships For Service-Learning, Jeffrey P. Bouman

Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development

No abstract provided.


Ilium 2005, Taylor University Jan 2005

Ilium 2005, Taylor University

Yearbooks

The 2005 yearbook of Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.

Theme: Beyond the Bubble