The Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies commenced its annual event earlier this week attended by an international lineup of faculty and students. The weeklong event brings together presentations on dissertations, examinations ...
Olivet College of Business will introduce a new course this Fall Semester for operations management. Taught by Dr. Neslihan Aydogan-Duda. The course will be an introduction to the concepts, principles, problems, and practices of operations management.
Olivet University's institute of technology presents a new course for Fall 2013 on data mining, which makes possible the discovery of interesting and important patterns from large amounts of data.
The UX 2013 conference last week in San Francisco indicated a growing need and popularity of the user interface design profession in the IT industry. Students from Olivet's Design and IT college attended the international event as it brought together some of the industry's top talent and influential representatives to speak on current trends.
In sports, people use the term "crunch time" to describes the last minute turning point in the game that decides who wins and who loses. This August is "crunch time" for many D. Min. candidates who plan on completing their Foundation Papers and Project Proposals for this fall's Doctoral Colloquium and be on track for their paper reviews in the Spring quarter.
IT and design Students collaborated on a one-month intensive coding camp this summer quarter in order to sharpen their front-end web development and creativity skills for fall. The Coding Camp collaboration was spearheaded by the college directors from Olivet University's Institute of Technology and Olivet College of Art & Design.
OTCS Dean, Dr. Donald Tinder, gave a lecture on the history of Christianity in China on Monday, Aug. 14 to a group of people who are scheduled to go to mainland China this coming autumn to teach in Chinese universities.
International students from Olivet University's College of Journalism are seeking opportunities this summer to serve in the news and journalism industry. Through Olivet College of Journalism's internship program, international students can thrive in gaining experience while putting their foreign language skills to use.
Students from the Olivet College of Business (OCB) traveled to different cities this summer to fulfill their ministry practice requirements with Olivet University's affiliated business ministries.
Olivet University's Institute of Technology, OIT, graduate students are teaming up with OIT alumni to build out a search engine for enhanced functionality and produce improved search results.
A hallway lined with graphic design posters showcased work from Olivet College of Art & Design designers at last week's exhibit. Students from the college collaborated on designing a series of posters and marketing materials to promote various organizations' events.
Summer is an exciting mission opportunity for the students at Olivet Theological College & Seminary (OTCS), who collaborates with local churches to provide students a practical field experience.