Maranatha Welcomes Wyman Winston of WHEDA for Economic Breakfast

Maranatha Welcomes Wyman Winston of WHEDA for Economic Breakfast

For the past four years, Maranatha Baptist University, in conjunction with Partnership Bank, has hosted an annual economic breakfast for its students and local Watertown business owners and representatives. This year, Maranatha was pleased to welcome Wyman Winston, Executive Director for the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA). Steve Board, director of development and [Continue Reading…]

MBU & Camp CoBeAc: Newest Bridge to Campus Partnership

MBU & Camp CoBeAc: Newest Bridge to Campus Partnership

Maranatha Baptist University has partnered with Camp CoBeAc in Prudenville, Michigan, to provide an innovative first-year college experience through Bridge to Campus. Aaron Wilson, director of Camp CoBeAc, sees the partnership with Maranatha as an expedient one. “After many years of ministering to juniors and teens at countless camps and retreats, our burden to reach [Continue Reading…]

Maranatha Interns Garner Positive Response

Maranatha Interns Garner Positive Response

Maranatha interns garner positive response from state-wide government officials Internships have traditionally been an important part of many Maranatha programs, but over the last several years, the number and variety of these opportunities has increased greatly. In spring of 2016, eleven students are participating in internships with various state representatives and other government officials, including [Continue Reading…]

Remembering Ted Knapp: Alumnus, Football Coach

Remembering Ted Knapp: Alumnus, Football Coach

On July 6, Ted “Rock” Knapp’s long fight with cancer ended in cardiac arrest, and he entered heaven to worship His Savior, saying goodbye to this world and physical suffering forever. Ted graduated from Maranatha in 1978. Ted accepted Christ as his Savior during Vacation Bible School at Grace Baptist Church in Kankakee, Illinois, when [Continue Reading…]

A Closer Look at Learning Disabilities

A Closer Look at Learning Disabilities

Christina Miller, Director of MBU’s Academic Success Center, shares her thoughts in a recent interview with Grace Peters from the Communications Office at MBU on helping students become better learners. Christina Miller completed a Master of Science degree in Special Education, Learning Disabilities, from the University of North Dakota in 2015. The mission of the Academic [Continue Reading…]

MBU welcomes Tamara Gunselman to School of Nursing faculty

MBU welcomes Tamara Gunselman to School of Nursing faculty

MBU welcomes Assistant Professor Tamara (Tami) Gunselman to the School of Nursing faculty. Tami holds a BSN from Washington State University (’95) as well as master’s degrees in Cross-Cultural Communications (’99) and Education (’04), both from Crown College, Tennessee. She also holds an IACET TESOL certificate from the Worldwide Teachers Development Institute of the Commonwealth [Continue Reading…]

A Welcome Package from MBU to Clearwater Students

A Welcome Package from MBU to Clearwater Students

Update: Maranatha Baptist University has signed a formal teach-out agreement with Clearwater Christian College. When a sister institution like Clearwater Christian College closes its doors, all of us involved in Christian college education feel a strong sense of loss and disappointment. Over the years, through ministry-related endeavors and our academic and athletic programs, we’ve formed [Continue Reading…]

Oats Speaks About Journey To Buffalo

Oats Speaks About Journey To Buffalo

Maranatha alumnus, and former basketball player and assistant coach, Nate Oats, was recently promoted to the position of head coach at the State University of New York at Buffalo, an NCAA Division I program. Oats played under Jerry Terrill from 1993-1997, served as an assistant at both Maranatha and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater from 1997-2002. [Continue Reading…]