August 24, 2015 — The Foundry contains faculty research, student scholarship and archive resources, including issues of The Collegian from 1925-40.
August 21, 2015 — Register now for free tickets to a live recording session of the Focus on the Family Daily Broadcast featuring Jim Daly.
August 14, 2015 — As Welcome Week continues, more than 370 freshmen are introduced to the mission, vision and community of their new home at Asbury.
August 11, 2015 — Asbury University students mentored youth, led worship and served local churches through Summer Ministry Teams.
August 6, 2015 — Intercultural Orientation enhances the global perspective on the Asbury campus.
August 4, 2015 — At the Ohio Valley Chapter of the NATAS, four Asbury University alumni won 15 regional Emmy Awards in eight categories.
August 3, 2015 — More than 300 friends and community members gathered to share stories, to celebrate the camp meeting’s heritage and to hear one last camp meeting message.
August 2, 2015 — When Asbury University alumni return to campus for Reunion, one of the things they say goes something like, “When I came to class, I knew I wasn’t just another student to my professor. He knew me, he challenged me, and I’m better at what I do now because he knew what he was talking about.” In an ongoing web series this fall, Asbury will feature just a few of the faculty at Asbury who are making a difference in both their subject areas and their classrooms.
August 1, 2015 — Management and accounting are disciplines often associated with corporate culture and secular values. Asbury University Assistant Professor Emily Walsh’s perspective on these subjects is both deeply spiritual and universally practical.
August 1, 2015 — In the world of higher education, there is often a sharp distinction made between schools with “teaching” faculty and schools with “research” faculty. At Asbury University, Biology Professor Dr. Ben Brammell is making such differences “statistically insignificant.” Brammell’s research involves gauging the impact of aquatic environmental contaminants by measuring changes in fish communities in Kentucky’s waterways. With student participation, Brammell combines high-tech methods, such as real-time PCR to measure levels of mRNA expression in aquatic animals, with old-fashioned legwork in the creeks and streams near Asbury’s Wilmore, Ky. campus.