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ENC’s Adult Studies Division is launching a new Business Management Certificate program aimed at helping unemployed or underemployed residents gain the critical business skills needed to find employment.
Three students were selected by ENC to receive half-tuition scholarships awarded to students who exemplify academic excellence and demonstrate service to the community.
Next week, Eastern Nazarene College will co-sponsor a two-day conference marking the 15th anniversary of the publication of Noll’s Scandal of the Evangelical Mind.
The ENC History Department presents two lectures by noted authors and historians as part of its Public Lecture Series. To be held in ENC’s Shrader Hall, both lectures are free and open to the public.
Anna Brecke, Director of the Center for Academic Services, is giving a paper at the Institute of English Studies, Senate House, University of London on Friday, September 11, 2009. The conference, VICTORIAN POPULAR NOVELISTS 1860-1900, is currently being held.
More than 1,200 students return to classes this week at ENC, as the Christian liberal arts institution launches a new branding campaign built around the slogan, “Discover your purpose.”
Aspiring writers will have a chance to have their work reviewed and critiqued at a series of free writing workshops to be offered by Eastern Nazarene College.
Ashley Cornell is congratulated by her father, Robert (ENC Class of 1976), grandfather Derrell (Class of 1939) and aunt Kathy Foster (Class of 1964) following Saturday’s commencement exercises.
Embrace learning and the “life of the mind” was the message Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David McCullough shared atENC’s 87th spring commencement exercises.
Eastern Nazarene College has a new mascot: the ENC Lions. The new mascot was introduced at an ice cream social held to mark the end of the semester and celebrate seniors’ upcoming commencement.