Olivet University Riverside campus Design Club hosted a special seminar on visual media in the first week of the Winter quarter. Professor Ezra Park introduced the basics of photography, video editing, and 3D modeling.
Olivet School of Media and Communication (OSMC) reports the progress of David James Randolph Library renovation.
Faculty from Olivet Institute of Technology, OIT, attended the CES 2022 Conference virtually from Jan 5-6. It helped the faculty to keep abreast on the latest technology trend for this coming year. OIT plans to design new course material to teach students cutting-edge technology as well as apply them towards innovation.
Many ESL students at the Riverside campus have passed their English proficiency test in the Fall quarter. They are relieved yet thankful for the learning experience in the ESL program, which prepared them well not just academically but spiritually for undergraduate study.
Jubilee College of Music San Francisco held its quarterly recital just before Christmas break. Thirteen students and their instructor Alice Kubo performed piano music by Beethoven, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, and other famous composers.
On behalf of the faculty and administrative staff of Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies, I wish all who view this site a joyous Christmas. This is the second consecutive Christmas that is being disrupted by the corona virus pandemic.
Olivet Business School (OBS) has recently revamped the Operations Management course under the MBA program. The new curriculum would help students adapt to the new realities affecting the business world after the pandemic.
Olivet Theological College & Seminary newly offered Exploring the Life and Theology of Influential Christian Missionaries over the Fall quarter.
Olivet Institute of Technology is holding an onsite technical workshop for faculty and students at the San Francisco Campus to introduce the lightweight machine learning framework, Tensorflow Lite, allowing it to work on various edge devices.
Olivet School of Art and Design (OSAD) San Francisco campus offered project-based learning for its 'Corporate Identity' course this quarter. Students were able to practice through the entire creative process in a simulated business environment to produce actual publishable work.