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Science and Religion Discussion Springs from Unexpected Source

Exploring and contributing to the ongoing debate between religion and science from a multidisciplinary perspective, Mark Eaton, Ph.D., participated in Scholarship and Christianity in Oxford (SCIO) in Oxford, England. Read more

Called to the Table

For the restaurant owner, server, or chef, much satisfaction comes from overcoming the many obstacles to create something extraordinary. These individual narratives are nourished by all those called to the table. Read more

What Students Can Do Now to Get a Job When They Graduate

It is never too early to begin the process of preparing for your life’s work. Many tools and people exist to ease the panic, help you focus your efforts, so that you not only find a job, but land one you love. Read more

Fulbright Music Faculty Teaches in France

L’Université Paris-Sorbonne invited Kimasi Browne, Ph.D., director of ethnomusicology and music research, to share his expertise in Paris in the company of some of France’s most gifted musicians and musicologists. Read more

APU Introduces Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Azusa Pacific University’s School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences recently launched a Bachelor of Science in Psychology that equips students to understand human behavior and provides a solid foundation in the field. Read more

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