Olivet University IT Students participated in an online VMware Forum for a hands-on experience about VMware's virtualization software. The session allowed participants to learn about VMware IT products ...
Dean of Olivet University's College of Art and Design, Dr. Joan Brix Carter, has just received notice that ARTS MAGAZINE recently published the paper she delivered at the International ACE Conference ...
Olivet University is helping the Romans Project by providing video lectures for the project participants. The Romans Project was begun four years ago by John Corey, ...
Olivet University's College of Business delves into the foundations of marketing, marketing goals, strategies and tactics considering Christian values for the 2013 spring quarter.
IT students from Olivet University's Information Technology College participated in the AdTech conference held at San Francisco's Moscone Center.
Dr. Donald Tinder, the Dean of Olivet University's Theological College & Seminary (OTCS), was invited to give lectures at the Biblical Seminary of Colombia in Medellin, Colombia from April 2-5.
IT students at Olivet University are building up their knowledge in security technology and unearthing cryptography technology.
Olivet University's College of Business (OCB) is revamping its library to reflect the changing needs of students in how they use the facility as well as the recent curriculum development efforts.
Olivet University's College of Art and Design, OCAD, students are tasked with developing an identity and communications system as part of their final project.
As the Spring quarter approaches, Olivet University's College of Business (OCB) is planning a series of workshops led by Christian industry professionals to provide its students with diversified learning opportunities designed to enhance and enrich their educational experience in and out of traditional classroom environment.
Olivet University IT students are collaborating with the school's Research and Development department to begin an anti-plagiarism project through software development.
Capitalizing on the proximity of diverse industry leaders, Olivet College of Design students were able to see the application of their craft through a guided tour of nearby design powerhouse as they close out the Winter Quarter this week.