November 15, 2021 — Asbury English Professor Dr. Devin Brown contributed to a new film on the life of C.S. Lewis, one of the most famous Christian authors of the 20th century.
The Communication degree focuses on understanding the many ways people collect, interpret, encode and disseminate information through language and other symbolic systems. It is a growing field that allows you to “major” in flexibility, as communication is the number one skill sought in job interviews and is vital for just about every human interaction. On the most practical level, every organization, from business to nonprofit, must communicate effectively in multiple forms to thrive in today’s culture, making communication careers a part of virtually every segment of the marketplace. Our vision is to empower students with skills that will benefit their personal and professional lives, as well as equip them for excellent service in God’s Kingdom. Rooted in the ancient traditions of oratory and rhetoric, communication today includes the study of leadership, social media, public relations, and intercultural interactions.
The Theatre program is designed to fill the huge void between Classical Theatre Training and Acting for Film/TV. Today, we are in the throes of what will be and is considered “the second golden age of television.” Every cable network from A&E to Hulu, Amazon, INSP and, of course, Netflix are creating original content for their networks, offering countless opportunities for the properly trained actor. The traditional “Classical Theatre” training does not adequately prepare students for todays Theatre & Cinema landscape.
October 26, 2021 — What does it mean to live fully alive? Asbury University’s Theatre Department captures this in their upcoming fall show, “The Voice of the Prairie”.
September 30, 2021 — Damaged Goods producers share key resources to deal with abuse and addiction.
September 20, 2021 — The magical arrival of a certain Disney voice actor had Asbury University exclaiming “Gawrsh!” On Sept. 9, Bill Farmer, the voice of Goofy, visited campus and spoke to students and faculty about the inspiring path that led to his voice acting career and his incorporation of faith into the world of animation.