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…]

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…]

Representative Kooyenga Speaks on State Budget and Education

Representative Kooyenga Speaks on State Budget and Education

Representative Dale Kooyenga, of the Wisconsin State Assembly 14th District, presented the topic of the Wisconsin state budget and education at Maranatha’s final Business Breakfast of the 2014-15 school year. Representative Kooyenga is passionate about improving the state education system, especially the K5-12th grade program, and as a member of the Joint Financial Committee, he [Continue Reading…]

Preparing Diligently. Thinking Globally.

Preparing Diligently. Thinking Globally.

“Young people are the future,” said Vice President for Academic Affairs  William Licht. And by training students to teach, Maranatha plays a unique part in shaping that future—here in the U.S. and around the world. With the ever-increasing ease of traveling cross culturally, students now have greater access into foreign countries. Opportunities for Maranatha students [Continue Reading…]

Study Abroad Program Combines Academics, Missions

Study Abroad Program Combines Academics, Missions

Any Maranatha student can experience a different culture firsthand by taking advantage of the Study Abroad program. “It’s a great opportunity for students to make new friends … and be a witness,” said Dr. Manuel Morales, Professor of Spanish, who oversees the program. Students going to Peru take classes at César Vallejo University, which signed [Continue Reading…]

DeLozier Named NCCAA Player of the Year

DeLozier Named NCCAA Player of the Year

Maranatha senior outside hitter Torey DeLozier has been named National Christian College Athletic Association Player of the Year by both the NCCAA and the American Volleyball Coaches Association. The awards ceremony will take place Dec. 14 in Louisville, Ky., at a banquet that takes place in conjunction with the NCAA Division I Championships and the [Continue Reading…]

Bridge to Campus: Accessible, Affordable Education

Bridge to Campus: Accessible, Affordable Education

Maranatha keeps moving forward! The launch of Bridge to Campus is another giant step in our mission of developing leaders for worldwide local church ministry. The Bridge to Campus program provides a fantastic first-year experience, utilizing the latest in videoconferencing technology to allow students to attend Maranatha classes at sites closer to home. Each site [Continue Reading…]