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Higher Education

May 26, 2022

Geneva Faculty Explore Implications Beyond the Classroom

Geneva College faculty members understand and effectively teach their disciplines with academic excellence in combination with a consistent biblical worldview. In addition to serving students on campus, Geneva professors approach the larger world as thought leaders in the integration of faith and learning. Here are some recent examples.

Faith

May 23, 2022

Understanding “One Blood”: Geneva’s Approach to Racial Reconciliation

Geneva College’s Racial Reconciliation Task Force consulted “One Blood: Parting Words to the Church on Race and Love” by friend of the college Dr. John M. Perkins. Perkins’ work proposes that reconciliation depends upon difficult, conscious decisions to forgive in the face of hate, reflecting the example of Christ, and emphasizes loving, sacrificial relationships. Geneva approaches reconciliation based on biblical truths, hospitality, honoring one another through acknowledgement, and cultural humility.

The College

May 18, 2022

Dr. Kevin DeYoung Commencement Address, Geneva College, May 7, 2022

Dr. Kevin DeYoung works as both a pastor in Christ Covenant Church (PCA) in Matthews, NC, and an Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte. DeYoung delivered his Geneva College Commencement Address, "Whatever You Do, Do Not Be True to Yourself," to the graduating class on May 7, 2022.

Uncategorized

May 13, 2022

From Gold and White to NFL’s Black and Gold

After ministering in local churches for nearly 20 years, Geneva College alumnus Kent Chevalier '99 accepted a unique ministry position as the chaplain for the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers through the Athletes in Action organization. Chevalier and wife Erica support the players and their families during the season and raise their own support in the off season.

Career

May 10, 2022

Standing Out as an Intern

Many people talk about the process of securing an internship, but after the internship is secured, people tend to stop talking. What happens after the paperwork is signed and you become an official employee of the company? How do you become an asset to the company? How do you stand out as an intern?

College Preparation

May 5, 2022

Three Things Not to Do in College

I am here to tell you that you do not need to be a superhuman to get through college. To survive and thrive all four years of your time in college, or however long it takes, here are some things NOT to do while in college.

Uncategorized

May 2, 2022

Trust This Season, Graduates

Though the path is uncertain, He knows the way, He created the path, and He already knows your destination. In the meantime, trust this season of graduation and rest in Him. Rest in His arms as you wait for the journey to begin.

Graduate Studies

April 29, 2022

5 Careers to Consider When You Earn Your Master's in Leadership Studies

Being a leader at work involves having the right education and training. While you might think leadership comes naturally, there are certain skills and knowledge you need to be a truly effective leader in an organization or company. Should you get a master’s in leadership? If your career goals include taking on a leadership position, having this type of degree is important. When you go through a master’s in leadership program, you’ll develop the necessary skills for becoming a leader in the workplace.

Program Spotlight

April 25, 2022

7 Fun Instagram Accounts Education Majors Should Follow

Teaching is a big job with big responsibilities. At the same time, however, it offers exceptional rewards. After all, teachers leave a lasting impression on their students, changing the world one child at a time. With all the obligations a teacher has, it’s nice to have a place to go for inspiration, information, sympathy and compassion.

Program Spotlight

April 20, 2022

11 Fun Facts Proving the Sky is Not the Limit with an Engineering Degree

What is cool about being an engineer? Well, let’s see. Among other things, you get to have fun designing a world where others can have fun too! How cool is that? There are so many other reasons though why engineering is the best major in the world. Engineering creates and improves all industries. Some of the coolest inventions were once dreams engineers followed and turned into reality using creativity, practicality, and innovation.

Program Spotlight

April 19, 2022

Dispatches from Jerusalem: Major in Biblical Studies

Get the latest from Geneva College Bible Professor and Bible Core Coordinator C. Scott Shidemantle, PhD, who is serving in a Visiting Professor appointment at Jerusalem University College (JUC) in Israel for the spring 2022 semester. Dr. Shidemantle is living and teaching JUC students in Jerusalem in his course, “The Historical Geography of the Gospels.”

Career

April 12, 2022

7 Effective Ways to Stay Calm and Focused as a Nurse

Working as a nurse is a great way to combine your faith with practical skills to help those in need. However, this kind of job can come with a lot of pressure and stress, especially if you're a new nurse. It’s important to find effective ways to stay calm and keep anxiety under control if you want to be able to serve others well. Doing this helps you stay focused on caring for patients and handling other nursing duties. How do nurses stay calm under pressure? The following tips can help you feel more relaxed at work.

College Preparation

April 6, 2022

Three Things to Think About When Choosing a Major

Are you struggling to settle on a major to study as you starting college? You are not alone: Sources say that up to 50% of students entering college have the same trouble deciding on a major and about 80% of college students change their major at least once during their college career. Here are three things to consider when deciding on a major.

Program Spotlight

April 4, 2022

Dispatches from Jerusalem

Get the latest from Geneva College Bible Professor and Bible Core Coordinator C. Scott Shidemantle, PhD, who is serving in a Visiting Professor appointment at Jerusalem University College (JUC) in Israel for the spring 2022 semester. Dr. Shidemantle is living and teaching JUC students in Jerusalem in his course, “The Historical Geography of the Gospels.”

Graduate Studies

March 28, 2022

7 Podcasts Every MBA Student Should Find the Time to Listen To

As an MBA student, your time is valuable, and listening to podcasts can help you use it more efficiently. From supplementing coursework with business news to keeping abreast of industry trends, podcasts prepare you for the next step ... your career.

Graduate Studies

March 24, 2022

Planning on Earning a Master's Degree in Counseling? Start with a Biopsychology Undergrad Major

When you’re interested in how the mind and body both work, biopsychology could be the ideal undergraduate major for you. Biopsychology combines the study of biological processes with the study of behaviors, emotions, and other areas of psychology. This can help you understand how our brains and behaviors are connected. As a biopsychology student, you can expect to study genetics, adulthood, aging, biomedical ethics, cognition, and learning.

Biblical Wisdom

March 18, 2022

Absent Joy, Present God

Amid the numerous chapters in the Bible filled with hope, joy, and love, there is one Psalm that expresses the true impact of despair and depression. From beginning to end, Psalm 88 is truly hopeless. In this chapter, the Bible brings to light the thick darkness of depression.

Uncategorized

March 16, 2022

Starting College as an Undeclared Major? 6 Things You Should Do First

When you’re starting college, you might not know what you want to focus on yet. That is completely normal and much more common than you might think. So, yes, you can start college as an undeclared major and many schools encourage this time of exploration. Geneva College even has a dedicated program for students with undeclared majors to help them identify God’s calling in their lives and careers.