On October 20, 2014 The Fellowship of California Church Musicians' Conference presented to Dr. Merril Smoak, Dean of Olivet University's Jubilee College of Music, the JOSEPH DANIEL EXCELLENCE IN CHURCH MUSIC AWARD. The award states that Dr. Smoak was presented the Joseph Daniel Award "For his excellent musical leadership for the cause of Christ in California."
Olivet University's Art and Design College held meetings to map out the future space for its new art gallery. In collaboration and sponsorship with Olivet College of Journalism Dean and former Olivet University president Dr. David Randolph, the new space will be named the David Randolph Art Center.
The Oral Defense for the Zinzendorf Doctor of Ministry program concluded on October 9th resulting in candidates successfully defending their final papers.
The Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies' D. Min. Colloquium is planned for Oct 20th -24th, 2014 in Seoul, Korea. The main purpose of the Colloquium will be to review and approve Doctor of Ministry project proposals...
Graduates from the class of 2014 can now preview their latest works online with a new revamped portfolio website, showcasing student's work from the Olivet College of Art and Design, OCAD.
"Always Singing" is the title of a new bi-monthly postings by Jubilee College of Music Dean Dr. Merril Smoak. The sub-title of this new column is "Notes from Dr. Smoak about Music & Worship."
One of the PhD students from ZSDS, Rev Ndaba Mazabane, was inaugurated as the 4th Principal of International College of Bible and Missions (ICBM), South Africa.
Olivet University faculty, staff, students, trustees, and guests came together to celebrate the beginning of a new academic year at the University's Fall 2014 Convocation.
ZSDS will be holding the fifth annual Doctoral Colloquim of Olivet University this September 7th to 14th. It's to be at Olivet's new western base, Riverside Campus in Southern California.
With the 2014-15 school year just around the corner, Olivet is welcoming new academic leadership to support the helm of Olivet's growing academic programs.
Olivet University faculty and administrative leadership gathered from East and West coasts for its annual leadership retreat on August 4-5. The retreat provided an opportunity for leaders from various levels of the University to fellowship and to prepare for the upcoming school year.
Olivet Theological College and Seminary's adjunct faculty member Dr. Linda A. Mercadante was featured in a book review by the New York Times Religion section for ...