At Asbury, we use our minds to imagine, create, seek understanding, and lead.
Asbury Professors Encourage Students to Pursue Research at Kinlaw Library Event
SEARCH Events Bring Discussions of Faith, Evolution and Research.
Asbury University Honors Program Welcomes Speaker Chris Bounds at Inaugural Event
“Psyche Of The Sea, Psyche Of The Mountain: C.S. Lewis’s Idea of Myth in His Retelling of the Cupid and Psyche Myth in Till We Have Faces” appears in a special edition of The Lamp-Post.
Asbury University invites Dr. James K.A. Smith as keynote speaker for the 2019 SEARCH Symposium.
Author and philosopher Dr. James K.A. Smith visits Asbury University for 2019 SEARCH Symposium
SEARCH puts students centerstage. The annual academic Symposium poses an incredible opportunity for students who are interested in pursuing research in their future careers.
The 2018 SEARCH Symposium featured the research of 50 students and special guest Dr. Deborah Haarsma, president of BioLogos, a Christian advocacy group promoting harmony between science and biblical faith.
Asbury University’s SEARCH Symposium featured poster presentations, a research competition and keynote speaker on April 23.
For a second time during the 2016-17 academic year, Asbury University Psychology students earned excellent scores on the Area Concentration Achievement Test (ACAT), a nationally normed test covering broad psychological knowledge.
Students’ research posters covered an impressive range of ideas and disciplines. Keynote speaker Dr. Jeremy Begbie challenged Asbury to use the arts to resist reductionism.
Asbury University’s inaugural SEARCH Symposium showcased outstanding scholarly work by Asbury students.
Outstanding scholarly work by Asbury University students will be showcased during Asbury’s SEARCH Symposium.