Tyler Jones '24 strives to be a light in the lives of others. A senior communication management major, Jones served as an Alpha leader and Alpha coordinator, helping other students find belonging on campus.
Cheyenne Woon ’23, found her home away from home at APU. Her journey from Malaysia to the US is one marked by growth, self-discovery, and an appreciation for her culture as well as the cultures of others.
After more than 25 years as a business leader for an aerospace company, Mark Cawman, DBA, decided to turn to teaching where he experiences true vocational satisfaction by equipping APU students with tools they need to succeed in the business world.
Kevin & Louise Huang feel privileged to journey alongside students as they grow in their faith and their knowledge of the sciences. Their mentorship extends beyond the classroom, as they invite students over for home-cooked meals at Café Huang.
J.J. Navarette ’24 loves helping students find belonging at Azusa Pacific University. As a transfer student, Navarette led a Alpha Group of other transfers, showing them around campus and going to events together.
APU’s School of Nursing is making an impact across the world. APU’s first cohort of seven nursing leaders in the Middle East recently finished their program, enabling them to advance effective health care and be a force for positive change.
For many, the years spent in college are some of the most formative for personal development and career preparation. For others, college is a time of healing and restoration. Such was the case for Ulyses Lopez ’19, MDiv ’23.
After years of running social media for Hamilton on Broadway, Micayla Brewster '17 decided to become a "digital nomad," moving across the world every couple months while freelancing, before settling down to launch a social media management company.
Today will go down as one of the most significant moments in the history of Azusa Pacific athletics. Stephen Vogt ’07 was named the new manager of the Cleveland Guardians—the first APU alumnus to become a head coach of a major league team.
Theresa Clement Tisdale, PhD, PsyD, ABPP, loves havng the opportunity to mentor students who are preparing for professional practice in psychology, helping them develop their own professional identity and clinical style.