Olivet Theological College and Seminary began its lectures for the 2014 academic winter quarter by featuring an intensive course on "The Background to the Gospels" instructed by Dr. Merilyn Copland.
Olivet College of Business will be offering its Business Strategy course for the 2014 Winter Quarter. The course focuses on analyzing and diagnosing business problems as well as developing and implementing effective strategic solutions.
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ! It gives me great joy to send warm Christmas and New Year greetings to every member of the Olivet University family at home and abroad, and to all of Olivet's friends around the world.
Olivet College of Journalism students sought inspiration in a field trip to the U.S. Capitol and the Library of Congress in Washington D.C., hosted by Olivet alumni.
Olivet University's Jubilee College of Music, JCM, is putting the final arrangements together for its 2014 Music Technology Workshop sponsored by alumni.
Students from the Olivet University Institute of Technology joined the 120,000 people who attended Salesforce's annual Dreamforce conference at San Francisco's Moscone Center. Top industry professionals gathered for a weeklong agenda of keynote speakers, training sessions, and networking.
Olivet University's MBA students involved with the the mid-point of the business college's finance class expressed their feelings as "being challenged and inspired." The course takes students into the deeper realm of financial accounting including theory and practice designed for use in real case scenarios.
Dr. Thomas Johnson, professor at Olivet University's Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies, has authored a paper that examines the change in an individual's worldview following a Christian conversion moment.
Professor at the Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies, Dr. Chansamone Saiyasak, presented his ideas on disciplemaking in Asia's Buddhist Context in a recently new paper. Entitled "Disciplemaking in Asia's Buddhist Context," Dr. Saiyasak wrote that the situation
Students from the Olivet College of Art & Design College took part in a series of seminars presented by San Francisco's Museum of African Diaspora (MoAD) and Inneract Project. The Scholarly Voices services brought together scholars from around the world to speak on topics of
A composition concert by Jubilee College of Music alumni is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 25 at the main campus' University Chapel. The concert will showcase choral and instrumental music pieces performed by alumni composers. The concert will also feature JCM students' performances.
Olivet students in the university's journalism program expect to experience a blend of professional practices with biblical vision and mission. In OCJ's 'Thesis Research and Methodology' course, students are learning how to prepare for their master theses.