MBU Launches Master of Organizational Leadership

MBU Launches Master of Organizational Leadership

God is looking for leaders who are willing to serve with humility, set the example, and nurture their followers. Following the strategic proposal and subsequent three-year planning and development process driven by faculty members in the School of Business, Maranatha Baptist University announces its newest online master’s degree, the Master of Organizational Leadership. Defined as [Continue Reading…]

Lt. Gov. Kleefisch visits MBU

Lt. Gov. Kleefisch visits MBU

Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch visited to Maranatha on Wednesday, November 11. Kleefisch participated in a panel discussion for a business breakfast, hosted by Maranatha, on Recruiting and Retaining Business in Wisconsin. She was also the guest speaker for Wednesday’s campus assembly. Below are videos from both the special assembly and the business breakfast. Special Assembly Discussion Panel

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…]

Christian Education: Worth Its Weight in Gold

Christian Education: Worth Its Weight in Gold

“Those educators who know God and practice a Christian worldview lend a biblical perspective and godly wisdom to young adults at a time when they need it most.” — David Handyside, Director, MBU School of Education Why Christian education? Christian education as seen in the scriptures is the life-long process of getting to know the God [Continue Reading…]

Commencement Contest Adds Spark to End of Year

Commencement Contest Adds Spark to End of Year

Each spring semester, Maranatha’s Departments of Music and Humanities host the Music and Speech Commencement Contests, encouraging students to compete in their respective areas of study or interest. Categories for this year’s competitions included classical piano, classical instrumental, vocal (sacred and classical combined), dramatic interpretation, and persuasive speaking. Winners from each category presented their pieces [Continue Reading…]