In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, as NNU classes were being canceled and students were being told to stay inside, the College of Nursing saw an opportunity for real-life training.
Northwest Nazarene University announced Wednesday that its transition to remote learning will be extended through the end of the Spring semester. Additionally, all university faculty and staff who are able will begin working remotely Monday, March 23, 2020.
Three Northwest Nazarene University Master of Social Work students are being honored for their work and advocacy at the Idaho state capitol.
Northwest Nazarene University announced Friday that Spring Break will begin tomorrow, March 14, 2020 and run through March 30, 2020 when classes will begin being delivered remotely. Face-to-face learning is scheduled to resume Tuesday, April 14, 2020 following Easter break.
Northwest Nazarene University announced that they will be holding “Pilot Wednesday” March 18, 2020 in which all classes will be held remotely. Although no cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) have been confirmed in Idaho, NNU wants to be prepared should there be a necessary closure or quarantine.
NNU’s College of Nursing is excited to announce the relaunch of its RN-BSN program. This program is designed to help current registered nurses (RN) earn their Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree.
I am aware of the concerns and questions raised by the news of Coronavirus (COVID-19) spreading and want to assure you that we have a cross-functional group on campus that is closely monitoring this constantly shifting landscape. Maintaining health and ensuring the safety of our community is of utmost priority.
The Northwest Nazarene University (NNU) Board of Trustees announced Friday, March 6, 2020 that they have unanimously voted to extend the contract for NNU President Joel Pearsall for four more years.
NNU’s annual Winter Awakening was held February 18-21 in the Conrad Commons on campus. This event was an intentional time to come together as a community and reflect on God’s work in our lives and on our campus and included times for worship and to hear from guest speakers.
In celebration of women’s history month, NNU’s Women’s Equity Initiative (WEI) has planned several events during the month of March to honor and celebrate outstanding NNU women from the past, present and future and to bring to light some of the accomplishments, struggles and the impact of women on history. Events will include special chapel speakers, performances, discussions, and highlights of NNU’s women’s sporting competitions.
In celebration of women’s history month, NNU’s Women’s Equity Initiative (WEI) will be honoring and celebrating outstanding NNU women from the past, present and future and bringing to light some of the accomplishments, struggles and the impact of these women on history.
Northwest Nazarene University’s Wesley Center hosted its annual Wesley Center Conference Feb. 6 - 7. This year’s theme, titled “Disability and the Church,” explored what it means to welcome those with physical, emotional, and cognitive disabilities into the body of Christ. Drs. Jay Akkerman and Mike Kipp led the two-day conference.
Northwest Nazarene University’s annual Career Week offers an exciting way for students and alumni to connect and engage with businesses and organizations from throughout the region.
Senior Simeon Howie has been featured by Colleges of Distinction—a nationally-trusted resource used by guidance counselors, parents and students in helping students find the right college for them. Read about his NNU experience and his take on why college success doesn't depend on your major.
On January 31, viewers can tune in online to watch the departure of the Northrop Grumman Cygnus cargo craft, which will be carrying Makersat 1 — a satellite designed by a talented team of NNU students.
Col. Skye Duncan attended NNC from 1991 to 1996, studying pre-med biology and aspiring to help others. Today, he commands a joint Army and Air Force base near Tacoma, Washington, overseeing more than 290,000 people.
Through the generosity of Brian Bohner ('00) and his wife Nichole ('96), Nikola Prvulj has found a home and community of belonging at NNU.
Dr. Grant Zweigle (’93) works to connect NNU students with local community service providers. Doing this intentionally strengthens the service component of the university mission and aligns it with NNU’s educational objectives, empowering students to use their education to make a difference in our world.
Professor Emeritus Dr. Darrell Marks passed away Dec. 5, 2019. Marks dedicated more than 60 years of his life to NNU.
NNU recently installed two new benches, which are part of a memorial project designed to help supporters partner with NNU in a way that honors their loved one while simultaneously supporting the university and students.
Partnerships play a significant role in providing students with the holistic education they need for life after college, and NNU's Student Nursing Association has firsthand experience developing those partnerships in the local community.
Join us as we journey through the past, present and future of a campus space that has been instrumental in contributing to a transformational experience for NNU students.
So much of who we are, both old and new, is because of the partnerships formed throughout our more than 100-year history. In this issue of The Messenger, we dive into those partnerships and explore ways they have impacted and continue to impact who we are as a university.
NNU’s two-man powerhouse, comprised of seniors Garrisen Cizmich and Jacob Winters, earned a fifth place national finish in the 2019 IEEEXtreme programming competition.
Northwest Nazarene University has been ranked #2 for its doctorate in education program and #33 for its master’s in education program by Intelligent.com.