After graduating with a international studies major and financial economics minor, Phil Haunschild will be working in Boise as a policy analyst for Idaho Freedom Foundation. Hear what aspects and opportunities enriched his NNU college experience.
Liberty has been involved in a wide range of leadership positions on campus and served as SGA Campus Ministries Coordinator this year. She will graduate with an individualized major in Social-Cultural Entrepreneurship.
Tuesday, NNU honored Randy Schild with the 2017 L.E. Wesche Outstanding Educator of the Year award. The award is given each year to an alumnus who has provided distinguished service in the field of education. A native of Tillamook, Oregon, Schild has served as superintendent for the Tillamook School District since 2001.
NNU will hold its 101st commencement on Saturday, May 6 at the Johnson Sports Center. Separate ceremonies will be held to honor traditional undergraduate students and adult, professional and graduate students. The College of Arts & Science Commencement is at 9:30 a.m., and the College of Adult & Graduate Studies Commencement is at 4 p.m.
NNU’s Crusader Choir & Orchestra will present “Great Hymns of Our Faith” on April 23 at 7 p.m. in the NNU Brandt Center. The concert will feature inspiring hymn performances from the 100-member Crusader Choir & Orchestra, creative piano arrangements from NNU alumnus Jerry Nelson, and a hymn sing-along from the fresh new hymnal release, “One Voice,” led by Nelson and guest artist Johnny Hall.
NNU’s Institute for Chinese Studies will host speaker Dr. Lili Ma on Monday, April 17 at 6 p.m. Ma is a professor of economics and Director of the Department of World Economy and Trade at Northwest University in Xi’an China. She will be speaking on “The Reform Route and Economic Development in China.”
Join us Tuesday, April 18, 4–6 p.m. for a reception celebrating the opening of the Senior Art + Design Show presenting the work of nine of our graduating seniors. Featuring everything from artwork on skateboards to painted bones, there is something for everyone.
Jeremy Wiese, 2008 mass communication alumnus, put his interests to work as the Creative Director of Northwest Lineman College Productions. Read about his career and the opportunities he found at NNU.
The NNU Honors College will present a lecture by Professor Peter S. Onuf on Thursday, April 13, at 7 p.m. in NNU’s Wiley Learning Center. Onuf is one of the leading Thomas Jefferson scholars in the world and will be speaking on “A Faithful Republican: Thomas Jefferson and Religion.”
2012 mass communication alumnus Josh Wiese shares about the opportunities at NNU that led him to his career as a director and producer for Northwest Lineman College Productions and Windrider Institute.
NNU has had the privilege of hosting some incredible speakers this semester—from author and podcast host Science Mike to local news anchor Dee Sarton. Here are just a few of the special guests we've had on campus, and a little bit about what each of them shared with our students and campus community.
The NNU Riley Library recently received a gift from the Smeed Foundation of over 4,000 books from the private library of Ralph Smeed. The foundation offered the books to NNU as part of a continued relationship through the Center for the Study of Market Alternatives (CSMA).
NNU professors Dr. Duke Bulanon and Dr. Jennifer Chase each received $15,000 grants through the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Partners in Science Program. The program enables outstanding high school science teachers to form partnerships with research scientists from academic and research institutions in the Pacific Northwest.
The School of Business is pleased to announce that NNU’s American Marketing Association (AMA) Collegiate Chapter was a recipient of the Exemplary Collegiate Chapter Performance award for outstanding chapter planning at the AMA International Collegiate Conference in New Orleans.
NNU is pleased to announce its regional accreditation has been reaffirmed by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) after the organization recently completed its cyclical seven-year evaluation process of the university.
At the beginning of each school year, Kawai America Corporation provides new pianos to NNU’s Department of Music through an institutional program locally implemented by Dunkley Music. These instruments are loaned to the University free of charge; after only one year of use, the pianos are offered to the public at bargain prices.
Erick Gutierrez, class of 2014 graphic design major with a minor in marketing, put both of his interests to work as a marketing communications coordinator serving kids and families with the Treasure Valley Family YMCA.
2015 graphic design alumna Mikayla Keating shares how NNU prepared her for her dream career as an interior designer at Decorist.
Louisa May Alcott’s captivating story comes to life in “Little Women, the Broadway Musical,” presented by NNU's Department of Music. Performances will take place March 30 through April 1 at 7:30 p.m. and April 2 at 3:00 p.m. at NNU’s Brandt Center.
2012 graphic design alumnus Matt Larson made the most of a variety of experiences while at NNU and now funnels those into a successful career at Brooks Running Co.
NNU's annual Career Week offers an exciting way for students and alumni to connect and engage with businesses and organizations from throughout the region. The week-long event is set for February 21 – February 24, and includes a Career and Graduate Fair on Thursday, February 23.
Senior public relations student Madison Treyz has been named Miss Boise 2017. Maddy accounts a lot of her successes to being a student at NNU. “Being a public relations major I’ve learned public speaking skills that make me stand out and I’m more confident to answer questions on the spot,” she said.
Amy Gilles, NNU professor of studio art, shares about the transformational experience of restoring her burnt artwork into a new and beautiful collection.
Enjoy an evening of music, spoken word, art and dessert at the annual Night of the Arts event presented on February 24 by NNU's art, communication and music departments. Prospective students interested in these areas of study are invited to participate in a campus visit event that will begin in the morning and culminate in the Night of the Arts.
Each year, NNU's Office of Spiritual Formation works with the SGA Campus Ministries Coordinator to plan Winter Awakening—a time devoted to getting back on track during this crazy period in students’ lives. This year’s Winter Awakening focused on activating different aspects of students' lives: empathy, hope, courage and worship.