With online media's rapidly changing and evolving field, practitioners are constantly learning the latest and greatest tools for video editing formats. Apps, software, and online tools are making video editing
Olivet Institute of Technology, OIT, concentrated on computer architecture and oop programming design that combines theory with practice during the 2015 Winter Quarter.
On Monday February 16, the U.S. celebrates Presidents Day where we honor the current and past presidents who have served our nation. It is also a perfect day to pray for our authorities.
Over 30 alumni, students, and academic staff of Olivet University's Theological College and Seminary filled the Hong Kong Theological Camp at HKFYG Sai Kung
Dr. Thomas K. Johnson, Olivet University's Zinzendorf Doctoral Program professor, was recently featured in the World Reformed Fellowship website with an essay titled
Olivet School of Art & Design (OSAD) library newly acquired over 1000 books in the subject area of Art History, Photography, Architecture, Modern Art, and Graphic Design.
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that." - Martin Luther King, Jr.
For the upcoming 2015 Winter Quarter, Olivet College of Business (OCB) will begin offering a new Business Law course as part of its curriculum.
Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies Dean Dr. Donald Tinder gave a presentation on the topic "Denominationalism: The Mostly Missing Topic within Ecclesiology" at the 2014 Evangelical Theological Society's 66th annual meeting in San Diego, CA.
Theology students from the Olivet Theological College & Seminary are delving into the interpretation and application of biblical Scripture thanks to Dr. Mark Hanna's latest Biblical Hermeneutics course.
Olivet University's Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies held its Doctor of Ministry Colloquium for Candidates to present their projects at its Riverside, CA campus in December.
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."