The College of the Arts hosted the 2023 Industry Spotlight at the legendary Warner Bros. studios, giving students in cinematic arts, animation, theater, games and interactive media, art, design, music, and journalism to showcase their work.
Cheyenne Jimenez ’20 planned on going into a career in journalism, but when an opportunity came up to purchase a local boutique, she took a leap of faith and bought it. Since then her business and life have thrived.
Jenica Morin-Pascual, an adjunct professor in the Department of Social Work, was recently awarded with the District 48 Distinguished Woman of the Year. On top of teaching, Morin-Pascual is a domestic violence expert with the YWCA and Covina PD.
Professor Traci Birge, hopes to help students discover who God has called them to be. Through studying scripture, engaging in difficult questions, and approaching biblical stories with humility and curiosity, Birge is living her dream at APU.
Jollyfisher Ekpe is passionate about refining his acting craft so he can bring glory to God. He starred in APU's productions of Trojan Women and Twelfth Night all while serving as an RA in Engstrom Hall and playing bass for Kaleo chapel band.
In our Student Spotlight series, we share the stories of amazing APU students who are being equipped to become difference makers in their respective fields. Avery Burn '24 is a nursing student who wants to share God's love through caring for others.
After 23 years of teaching at APU, Michael Wong has poured into the lives of countless students, training them as great clinicians. Wong recently received the James A. Gould Excellence in Teaching Award as one of the top PT professors in the U.S.