Mba In Innovation And Entrepreneurship Ranked In Top 50, 2021 Cedarville University
Mba In Innovation And Entrepreneurship Ranked In Top 50, Mark D. Weinstein
Cedarville University’s Master of Business Administration in innovation and entrepreneurship is ranked No. 35 of 352 programs according to Intelligent.com.
Livestreamed Interview On Patriotism And The Bible, 2021 Cedarville University
Livestreamed Interview On Patriotism And The Bible, Mark D. Weinstein
Cedarville University’s Center for Biblical Apologetics and Public Christianity will host “A Christian’s View of Patriotism and Nationalism,” a seminar with Dr. Glen Duerr, associate professor of international studies.
Mba+M.S.N. Dual Degree Program Launches Fall 2021, 2021 Cedarville University
Mba+M.S.N. Dual Degree Program Launches Fall 2021, Mark D. Weinstein
As the healthcare profession continues to evolve and nurses are increasingly bringing their skills to executive-level roles in medical systems around the country, a need for additional education has arisen.
Model U.N. Prepares Students For Foreign Service, 2021 Cedarville University
Model U.N. Prepares Students For Foreign Service, Mark D. Weinstein
Dr. Frank Jenista, a Cedarville College 1968 alumnus, founded the school’s Model United Nations (U.N.) team following a 25-year career as a U.S. Diplomat. Now, Cedarville students are training to follow in his footsteps.
College Dean Adds To Special Education Conversation, 2021 Cedarville University
College Dean Adds To Special Education Conversation, Mark D. Weinstein
Dr. Kevin Jones, dean of the school of education and assistant professor of education, recently co-authored two chapters for a book on special education.
Political Communication Channels Of The Aceh Woman Legislative Member In Conveying Information To The Community, 2021 Universtas Malikussaleh
Political Communication Channels Of The Aceh Woman Legislative Member In Conveying Information To The Community, Ainol Mardhiah, Cindenia Puspasari, Maisura Maisura, Nanda Ameliany
Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)
This research investigates the political communication channel of the Aceh’s woman legislators to the community. After the period of political conflict in Aceh, women participation in the public sphere as a legislator is shown to be increasing in quantity. However, their coverage on the media regarding their performance and activity as Aceh’s women’s legislators is still lacking. These women representatives have not been received enough recognition within the community. This study aims to reveal the political communication channel of these women’s legislator to the constituents. This study was conducted in the Aceh Legislative Body using a ...
Cedarville Announces 125th Annual Commencement Schedule, 2021 Cedarville University
Cedarville Announces 125th Annual Commencement Schedule, Mark D. Weinstein
Cedarville University, guided by statewide COVID protocols, has changed the way it will honor its graduates in 2021. The university announced this morning that it will conduct three in-person commencement programs in the 7,800-capacity Doden Field House. As a private Christian university, Cedarville’s commencement events will be religious services, including prayer, worship, and a clear presentation of the Gospel.
Ouachita's Carl Goodson Honors Program Awards Research Grants, Inducts New Members At Annual Black And White Ceremony, 2021 Ouachita Baptist University
Ouachita's Carl Goodson Honors Program Awards Research Grants, Inducts New Members At Annual Black And White Ceremony, Lindsey Hyde, Ouachita News Bureau
Ouachita Baptist University’s Carl Goodson Honors Program hosted its annual Black and White Ceremony on Wednesday, March 3, awarding three honors students with thesis research grants, inducting 123 new members and presenting 63 students with badges for their successful thesis proposals.
“This is by far the largest group of thesis badge recipients we have ever had,” said Dr. Barbara Pemberton, director of the Carl Goodson Honors Program and professor of Christian missions at Ouachita. “Over 60 students are now working on wonderful thesis projects that will be published later this spring. We are very excited for them!”
How To Effectively Manage Virtual Teams Created Due To Covid-19?, 2021 Portland State University
How To Effectively Manage Virtual Teams Created Due To Covid-19?, Aakanksha Santosh Rane
University Honors Theses
With the spread of COVID-19 and the social distancing regulations in place, multiple organizations have transitioned their workplace to a virtual setting. With the increase in business' transitioning to remote teams, it is first crucial to understand the various needs and characteristics of virtual teams. Through the analysis of multiple peer-reviewed articles and other texts on virtual teams, this study identifies building trust, effective communication, and performance management as the main points of focus in order to ensure effectiveness of virtual teams.
New Book Offers Classroom Wisdom, 2021 Cedarville University
New Book Offers Classroom Wisdom, Mark D. Weinstein
For those outside of the educational world, the word “pedagogy” can elicit some confusion. Is it a high-tech exercise bike, a special ethnic food, a trendy new hairstyle?
Young Military Couple Separated By Deployment; Now Reunited 15 Months Later, 2021 Cedarville University
Young Military Couple Separated By Deployment; Now Reunited 15 Months Later, Mark D. Weinstein
Romantic people often say that absence makes the heart grow fonder. For spouses Addison and Mariah Love, 15 months of deployments and thousands of miles of distance have made that proverb ring even truer.
Championship-Quality Athletes Depart Campus With Police Fanfare, 2021 Cedarville University
Championship-Quality Athletes Depart Campus With Police Fanfare, Mark D. Weinstein
It's becoming another banner year for Cedarville University athletic teams. The Yellow Jackets' women's basketball team won the Great Midwest Athletic Conference's regular season. And, pole vaulter Tommy Ansiel, the 2019 NCAA II outdoor champion, has continued his success by setting a G-MAC record during this year's indoor track and field season.
Family Literacy Night Happening “Under The Sea” And Over Zoom, 2021 Cedarville University
Family Literacy Night Happening “Under The Sea” And Over Zoom, Mark D. Weinstein
Whether under the sea or over Zoom, Cedarville University early childhood education majors will do whatever it takes to encourage reading and literacy.
Six Ouachita Students Recognized At Virtual Midwest Model United Nations, 2021 Ouachita Baptist University
Six Ouachita Students Recognized At Virtual Midwest Model United Nations, Abby Turner, Ouachita News Bureau
Six Ouachita Baptist University student delegates attended and received recognition for their respective roles at the Midwest Model United Nations simulation, held virtually Feb. 19-21 this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All six participants received recognition this year, either through individual award or as part of a delegation; Ouachita’s delegates included Cole Alexander, Taryn Bewley, Faith Moore, Anna Roussel, Rylie Slone and Spencer Worth.
“In my 27 years at Ouachita, these were the best results achieved by our delegations,” said Dr. Kevin Brennan, professor of political science. “Five students represented Mexico, while one student represented Uruguay.”
From Worship To Production: Recent Graduate Adapts To Find Ministry Role, 2021 Cedarville University
From Worship To Production: Recent Graduate Adapts To Find Ministry Role, Mark D. Weinstein
With the adverse impact that COVID-19 has had on the job market, many individuals have been struggling to find work. For Cedarville University alumnus Trevin Rhoades, however, the pandemic’s unique demands led him to pivot from his original job goal at a local church to a different role within the same church.
Small Town Pharmacist Serving Big Needs Of Patients, 2021 Cedarville University
Small Town Pharmacist Serving Big Needs Of Patients, Mark D. Weinstein
Whether little people or adults, Dr. Thaddeus Franz, vice chair of experiential programs and associate professor of pharmacy practice at Cedarville University, became a pharmacist to serve people.
Vaccine Hesitancy Is Focus On Covid-19 Podcast, 2021 Cedarville University
Vaccine Hesitancy Is Focus On Covid-19 Podcast, Mark D. Weinstein
According to the Pew Research Center, nearly 40% of Americans are likely not to get the COVID-19 vaccine. This tendency, labeled vaccine hesitancy, will be the subject of a podcast by Cedarville University’s Center for Pharmacy Innovation (CPI).
The "100 Club" Spotlights Cedarville University, 2021 Cedarville University
The "100 Club" Spotlights Cedarville University, Mark D. Weinstein
100. It’s a big deal. When someone reaches their 100th birthday. Or, engaged couples realizing it’s only 100 days till their wedding. And for three Cedarville University faculty members, completing 100 media interviews in a single academic year is an achievement worth celebrating.
Sharing Senior Year: Mother And Daughter Graduate Together, 2021 Cedarville University
Sharing Senior Year: Mother And Daughter Graduate Together, Mark D. Weinstein
A mother-daughter duo in southwest Ohio are earning their bachelor’s degrees side by side.
Hall Wins Ouachita's 2021 Shambarger Competition For Singers, 2021 Ouachita Baptist University
Hall Wins Ouachita's 2021 Shambarger Competition For Singers, Anna Weyenberg, Ouachita News Bureau
Danielle Hall, a senior musical theatre major from Prairie Grove, Ark., won first place in Ouachita Baptist University’s 23rd annual Mary Shambarger Competition for Singers on Tuesday, Feb. 23. This year’s competition repertoire featured art songs.
“Everyone simply astounded me, which is why I was surprised to hear my own name called,” Hall said, reflecting on being selected as the competition winner. “I'm not sure I've ever been more impressed by the talent here at Ouachita.”