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Program Spotlight

November 15, 2018

Busting Some Special Education Myths

We believe teaching special needs childer is as much a calling as it is an occupation.

The College

November 12, 2018

Honoring Veterans of the Armed Forces

Geneva seeks to honor our veterans through faithful living and working alongside our fellow neighbors and reflecting on their service and sacrifice of those who have served or are serving in the armed forces. The college invites veterans seeking a college education to learn more about Christ-centered education at Geneva College.

Program Spotlight

November 9, 2018

The Pacific Ocean Is a Dump, Geneva and the Au Sable Institute Can Help

God calls his people to take care of the earth, but this Great Pacific Garbage Patch of micro plastic particles shows one way the world is failing to fulfill this call. Geneva College and The Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies partner to help teach students how to better fulfill the calling to take care of the Earth and its inhabitants.

Everyday Living

November 7, 2018

Chilling Out on Stress Awareness Day

In this life we will all inevitably experience stress. Here are some tips to appropriately manage your stress.

Higher Education

November 5, 2018

Thinking of Changing Your Major?

If you are thinking of changing your major, don’t let your worries get the better of you. Here are sevent tips to help you through the decision process.

Biblical Wisdom

November 1, 2018

Proverbs 17:4 – "An evildoer listens to wicked lips..."

The father’s point in this proverb is to urge his son not to listen to wicked words. A wise son will never join evildoers or join liars. Good people must make it clear that they do not welcome wicked words. Sometimes refusing to listen to wicked talk exacts a price.

Everyday Living

October 31, 2018

Say "Boo-Bye" to Fear

Humans can be a fearful lot. Anxiety is on the rise, studies tell us. Real or imagined, fear can feel the same. So, then, how do we get rid of imagined fear? How do we conquer fear and its ability to impede our normal functioning?

The College

October 23, 2018

Geneva Core Values: Serve with Grace

Dr. Elaine Hockenberger would go on to steward Geneva’s Speech Pathology program (now Communication Disorders) and serve her students and co-workers with grace for more than 30 years. Amy Spangenberg ’14 says, “During class, outside of class and during the graduate school application process, Dr. H rejoiced with and prayed for her students.”

Program Spotlight

October 16, 2018

Promoting STEM Careers with Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Day at Geneva

There's no better time to parlay your passion for science, technology, engineering or mathematics into a STEM career path.

Everyday Living

October 15, 2018

Refining Our Rants

Our instinct is to rant at people who have offended us, but lashing out at those who have wronged us is not effective or loving. Refining our rants means taking the opinions we have and the raw emotion we feel and backing them up with facts. It means taking an honest look at our ideas to find the best way to communicate them to other people.

Program Spotlight

October 12, 2018

Geneva Program Spotlight: Department of Communication 

We encourage students to integrate their Christian faith with communication. Geneva offers several options for you to excel in your communications career.

Everyday Living

October 10, 2018

Lending Your Hand to Lift Others Up on World Homeless Day

Definitely not a day of celebrating, World Homeless Day raises awareness and educates people about homelessness.

The College

October 5, 2018

Welcome Home!

Home is not dependent on the place one was raised, or the college one chooses to attend. Rather, it has everything to do with the people who make the home what it is. Geneva College is a place of welcome, and I felt that my very first day here as a freshman.

The College

October 3, 2018

Hitchhiking: Summer 1930

In the Depression years, hitchhiking was a common means of transportation. In the summer of 1930, on my way from Geneva College in Western Pennsylvania to my home in Colorado, I decided to hitchhike. One day of travel stands out in my memory.

Uncategorized

October 2, 2018

Mastering the Art of the College Paper: Tips and Tricks

It is an inevitable fact you will write papers during your college career. Here are some tips to make them successful.

Biblical Wisdom

October 1, 2018

Proverbs 16:4 – “The LORD has made everything for its purpose..."

Like a good engineer, God made everything for a purpose. Sometimes the purpose is easy to figure out. The purpose of other things take careful study and time to figure out. Some things, God tells us, we will never know because His ways are higher than our ways (Isaiah 55:9), and some of His plans He keeps sealed until the end of time (Revelation 10:4).

Continuing Education

September 25, 2018

Social Engineering: Targeting Human Weakness in a Digital World

Social engineering is the use of deception to mine confidential information from individuals; attackers exploit human weaknesses to acquire sensitive data. Humans are often the weakest link in plans to secure information, which is why well-qualified cybersecurity professionals are so important.

Everyday Living

September 21, 2018

In Everything Give Thanks

On this day in 1965, a movement was birthed to practice gratitude to remind us to consider the amazing things we have in our lives.

Faith

September 19, 2018

My Time with the Oglala Lakota People

Recently, I had an opportunity to go on a short term mission trip to Oglala, South Dakota to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation with a Wesleyan church group and a few Geneva College students. God used us in amazing ways to build lasting relationships and impact in the lives of many beautiful people with the love of Christ.

Campus Life

September 17, 2018

Living with Roommates: Tips for Thriving in a Shared Space

The life skills you can gain from living with a roommate can prepare you for you future independence.