WI Governor Scott Walker Speaks in MBU Assembly

WI Governor Scott Walker Speaks in MBU Assembly

“Wherever you may be in life in terms of leadership, even if it’s just being the leader of your own household, ultimately leadership means standing up for the right thing every time.” Maranatha was honored to host Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker at its campus assembly on Thursday, February 5. Those attending the assembly included Wisconsin [Continue Reading…]

MBU makes it easier to give

MBU makes it easier to give

Has your heart been stirred to donate to your alma mater but you’ve found the online giving process more stressful than useful? You may have given up on giving, or told yourself to mail a check later and then forgotten about it altogether. Maranatha is excited to announce our new user-friendly donation system, iDonate. Simple [Continue Reading…]

MBU Senior Offered Scholarship for Grad Program

MBU Senior Offered Scholarship for Grad Program

Current senior Music Education major, Joy Parker, has been offered a scholarship from Westminster Choir College (Princeton, NJ). This scholarship provides the way for her to pursue a master’s degree in Piano Pedagogy and Performance. Parker says she is “interested in teaching piano at the college level” and would also like to teach overseas for [Continue Reading…]

“Doc. Mal” retires, celebrates with MBU family

“Doc. Mal” retires, celebrates with MBU family

In December, faculty and staff gathered together in the Cedarholm Library to celebrate the twenty-six year teaching legacy of Dr. Curtis Malmanger at Maranatha Baptist University. Since 1988, Maranatha’s math classrooms have been filled with students learning from “Doc. Mal,” as he is affectionately known. His teaching is characterized by service and excellence, with a [Continue Reading…]

MBU + The Power of Print

MBU + The Power of Print

Have you read our latest ARROW magazine? Our Communication’s Office produces two magazines throughout the school year, namely the Advantage magazine, a biannual publication featuring newsworthy articles about MBU, and the ARROW magazine, a once-a-year parent resource that provides parents and high school students tips on preparing for college life. The ARROW is written specifically [Continue Reading…]

New Nursing Faculty Sees Life Like It Is: A Ministry

New Nursing Faculty Sees Life Like It Is: A Ministry

Maranatha Baptist University welcomes associate professor Christy Holshouser to the School of Nursing. Holshouser graduated as a Family Nurse Practitioner from the University of Alabama Birmingham in December 2010. Currently she works as a family nurse practitioner at Doctors Care in Greer, SC, and will transition into a faculty position at Maranatha Baptist University in [Continue Reading…]

MBU postseason wrap-up

MBU postseason wrap-up

See who’s in and where everyone’s going. Maranatha Baptist University is pleased to send five of its fall sports teams to the NCCAA Division II National Championships. Three of these teams will compete in Kissimmee, Florida, on November 12-15, with both Cross-Country teams competing in Houghton, New York. The Women’s Volleyball team captured the Regional Championship [Continue Reading…]

Taste-Testing For Marketing

Taste-Testing For Marketing

In 1975, Pepsi hosted a “Blind Taste Test” featuring its products in competition with Coca-Cola. Pepsi used the results of this test in their marketing strategy, claiming that customers preferred Pepsi to Coke. The taste test has since been reenacted numerous times in hundreds of settings, and the students of MBU’s Principles of Marketing class [Continue Reading…]

Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure

Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure

“Elementary, my dear Watson.” The words resonate with familiarity and nostalgia to anyone who has read Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories of Sherlock Holmes. What will not be elementary, however, is the Maranatha Communication Arts program production of Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure on November 13-15. Director Jeffrey Miller, Chair of the Department of Humanities, [Continue Reading…]