News & Events

English International Honor Society Chapter Revived at Asbury

Much to the delight of English majors, the Asbury University chapter of Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society has been revived this spring. Dr. Erin Penner is serving as faculty advisor of the chapter.

“The national honor society offers internship opportunities, conferences at which students can deliver papers, chances to publish their work, and scholarships,” Penner said. “Membership lasts for a lifetime, so this gives students a chance to continue to hone and broadcast their skills well beyond their time at Asbury.”

Imagine 2022 Update: Strengthening Intercultural Awareness in the Classroom

Students in a classroomRecognizing that the Kingdom of God is diverse, Asbury University is working to make that a fuller reality on campus and in the classroom through Imagine 2022: Asbury’s Vision for Faithful Change.

Asbury Business Banquet Highlights Student Accomplishments

Howard Dayton speaking to business students at a banquet
Asbury University Business students heard from Howard Dayton during the annual Business Banquet.

WILMORE, Ky. — Asbury University’s Howard and Beverly Dayton School of Business hosted its annual Business Banquet to highlight the amazing accomplishments of its students for the 2017-2018 academic year.

The Class of 1968 Is Gearing Up for its 50-Year Reunion

room decorated with purple and white banners and ribbons
Asbury welcomes alumni from all class years during Reunion 2018 (June 21-24)

The year is 1968. Lyndon B. Johnson is president of the United States. The cost of a new home is $26,600. The Beatles’ “Yellow Submarine” film was recently released and, predictably, all the rage. The median household income is $7,743.

Asbury University Hosts Engaging Culture Weekend

Students standing on stage with awardsAsbury University’s Engaging Culture Weekend will showcase concerts, art exhibitions, workshops, theatrical productions and the 13th Annual Highbridge Film Festival the weekend of April 19-21.

Asbury Students Present Research at National Conference

Student standing in front of a presentation posterAsbury University’s Science & Health Department not only offers students incredible learning experiences within the classroom but also gives them hands-on opportunities that develop them as researchers and scientists in the real world. Last week, Department Chair Dr.

Asbury Sales Team Excels at National Collegiate Sales Competition

Student holding an award
Michael Secen '20 ranked in the top 24 out of 142 competitors at the National Collegiate Sales Competition.

Asbury University students Kaylee Van Winkle ’19, Michael Secen ’20, Colt Rasmussen ’19, Aquille Trotman ’19 and Isaac King ’21, along with faculty advisor Dr.

Asbury Math Professor Wins Prestigious Award

Dr. David CoullietteAmong Asbury University Math students and alumni, Dr. David Coulliette ’81 already enjoys a reputation for excellence in teaching — a reputation that was further affirmed by a prestigious award on April 6.

Asbury Alum Impacts the World Through Storytelling

Andy OlsenOpen your browser, turn on the radio or scan your social media feed: there’s no question we live in an information-saturated society. And yet, says Andy Olsen ’04, the new managing editor at “Christianity Today,” the world needs more stories. Truth-telling. artful stories can cut through the noise, engaging difficult subjects and advancing God’s kingdom with truth and love.

Syndicate content