Olivet Nazarene University’s School of Graduate and Continuing Studies (SGCS) announces a new educational partnership with the American Nurses Association (ANA) Illinois and its affiliates, Illinois Society for Advanced Practice Nursing (ISAPN), Philippine Nurses Association of Illinois (PNAI) and Illinois Association of School Nurses (IASN).
New construction, enhanced programming and leadership appointments were the highlights of President John C. Bowling’s annual “State of the University” address to the faculty and staff of Olivet Nazarene University on March 25, 2014.
“We are not looking back, we are not looking down, nor are we looking around wringing our hands,” said Dr. Bowling. “Today, we are looking up, and we are looking forward with a strong sense of promise and purpose, and a record of fine achievement — even during these days of recession.”
Olivet announces the appointment of Robert E. Hull, Ed.D., as dean of the School of Education, effective July 1, 2014. His 30-plus years of experience in various public education and community leadership positions have prepared him well for taking on this new assignment.
“I may serve as a missionary, a professor or a pastor, but I will be teaching,” says Cal Samuelson ’13. “In Olivet’s master of Christian thought program, I’m gaining valuable experience.”
Cal is the first — and right now, the only — scholar accepted into this new program, offered by the School of Theology and Christian Ministry.