The breakout session on diversity was particularly timely in light of the heated national discussion of race. Professors Sawin and Pannell, through historical research as well as personal story telling, set the stage for EMU to deepen the conversation.

Here come our student-athletes! So excited to have them back on campus. @EMU_News @EMUadmissions https://t.co/wiZfuwyhvj

Royals Primed To Surprise In ODAC Women's Soccer Standings @EMU_WomenSoccer @EMU_News @odacathleticshttps://t.co/4EhHIDfy0j

Music meets faith at the Aug. 25-26 Sing Me High Festival https://t.co/tyvh3KQ1Tj headlined by The Walking Roots Ba… https://t.co/XnUOGDLbib

Gratifying to see local businesses like Blue Ridge Bank (BRB) working to strengthen our communities. BRB CEO Brian Plum received his undergraduate degree from EMU in 2001 with a major in accounting and economics. VP for Strategic Engagement, Dorothy Welch, is a 2011 graduate of our MBA program.

Congratulations to the nine students who graduated this month from our MSN program by completing their quality improvement initiative in their work setting and writing their dissemination. Those who can now sign their name with "RN MSN " include Amy Sechrist, Jennifer Walters,Beth Toner, Nancy Becker, Pratiksha Tyson, Aarin Deibler, Sarah Stuart, and Julie Schutte. We hope to create news stories about their projects in the coming months. Way to graduates!

Annual fac-staff conference opened with worship, singing, breakout sessions, shared food and shared stories… https://t.co/5ZXa9pHqCI

The pre-academic start to the new school year kicked off this week with faculty/staff conference - a flurry of worship, community reflection, plenary and breakout sessions and lots of energy and excitement about the upcoming Centennial celebration. #EMU100

MBA and Adult Degree Program (ADP) alum Margo Duarte McIntire and her husband, ADP alum Ron McIntire are the owner/operators of Paella Perfecta, a Spanish-themed food truck based in Harrisonburg. Today, they are setup at Sentara RMH to help support the United Way. Stop by the RMH campus to show your support for a good cause! EMU alums are tireless in their efforts to transform their world into a better place.

MBA and Adult Degree Program (ADP) alum Margo Duarte McIntire and her husband, ADP alum Ron McIntire are the owner/operators of Paella Perfecta, a Spanish-themed food truck based in Harrisonburg. Today, they are setup at Sentara RMH to help support the United Way. Stop by the RMH campus to show your support for a good cause! EMU alums are tireless in their efforts to transform their world into a better place.

Would you or someone you know benefit from a trauma-informed approach to your life's work? Apply now for our upcoming training in September. Scholarship funds are still available!

Discover Leadership for the Common Good with our MBA or MA in Organizational Leadership programs. Transform your world with an advanced degree from EMU.

Eastern Mennonite Seminary alumna leads clergy protest in Charlottesville; EMU community members join activism… https://t.co/llA4O7DvzB

Several EMU alums were leading and supporting the protest in #Charlottesville. Here are some of their stories. #EMUview

A STAR I training will take place at EMU in Harrisonburg, September 11-15, 2017. We still have a few partial scholarships available to assist with training fees. Want to come join us or know someone who would benefit from STAR? Apply here: http://emu.edu/cjp/star/apply-now/

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Register now for Centennial Homecoming & Family Weekend https://t.co/JssKRTyE1P #EMU100 Steel Wheels concert, reuni… https://t.co/dfN7eQaVBn

"As educators, we know that when we confront the worst examples of human frailty and viciousness, we are presented with teachable moments. Now is a teachable moment."

EMU President Susan Schultz Huxman responds to aftermath of events in Charlottesville https://t.co/ilYzst238Z

"An uplifting companion vigil at the University of Virginia last night brought together thousands of mourners and peacemakers, walking, singing and carrying candles. These loving responses that reknit community can remind us that Christ’s light shines brighter than hatred."

As deep racial tensions continued to play out on the national stage, Eastern Mennonite University faculty and staff explored elements of their university’s own history and diversity in a breakout

Today, as a campus community committed to extending the peace of Jesus Christ, we stand in sympathy and in solidarity with our brothers and sisters caught up in the ugly,

Today, as a campus community committed to extending the peace of Jesus Christ, we stand in sympathy and in solidarity with our brothers and sisters caught up in the ugly,

Today, as a campus community committed to extending the peace of Jesus Christ, we stand in sympathy and in solidarity with our brothers and sisters caught up in the ugly,

Eastern Mennonite University faculty and staff dipped their hands into bowls of water as they received a blessing on their work for the coming year. The sacred ritual concluded the

Eastern Mennonite University faculty and staff dipped their hands into bowls of water as they received a blessing on their work for the coming year. The sacred ritual concluded the

Eastern Mennonite University faculty and staff dipped their hands into bowls of water as they received a blessing on their work for the coming year. The sacred ritual concluded the

Eastern Mennonite University faculty and staff dipped their hands into bowls of water as they received a blessing on their work for the coming year. The sacred ritual concluded the

As news of the Aug. 12 Unite the Right rally reverberated out of Charlottesville, Eastern Mennonite University — located 60 miles over Afton Mountain in the Shenandoah Valley — and

As news of the Aug. 12 Unite the Right rally reverberated out of Charlottesville, Eastern Mennonite University — located 60 miles over Afton Mountain in the Shenandoah Valley — and

As news of the Aug. 12 Unite the Right rally reverberated out of Charlottesville, Eastern Mennonite University — located 60 miles over Afton Mountain in the Shenandoah Valley — and

As news of the Aug. 12 Unite the Right rally reverberated out of Charlottesville, Eastern Mennonite University — located 60 miles over Afton Mountain in the Shenandoah Valley — and

As news of the Aug. 12 Unite the Right rally reverberated out of Charlottesville, Eastern Mennonite University — located 60 miles over Afton Mountain in the Shenandoah Valley — and

As news of the Aug. 12 Unite the Right rally reverberated out of Charlottesville, Eastern Mennonite University — located 60 miles over Afton Mountain in the Shenandoah Valley — and

The first 10 people to 1) re-tweet this post AND 2) say they are coming will get a free EMU Centennial T-shirt! https://t.co/AKh3yHgpB5

Take a virtual tour of our beautiful campus! Adult students are very much a part of this vibrant and diverse community.

Enjoy an aerial tour of Eastern Mennonite University’s campus! Thanks for sharing with your family and friends, especially prospective students! http://emu.edu/admissions #EMUview #EMU100

The first 15 people to 1) share this post and 2) comment with their shirt size will get a free EMU Centennial T-shirt! Celebrate EMU's Centennial in Harrisonburg on October 12-15. Register now!

The first 15 people to 1) share this post and 2) comment with their shirt size will get a free EMU Centennial T-shirt! Celebrate EMU's Centennial in Harrisonburg on October 12-15. Register now!

Reflections on Grad Certificate in Restorative Justice in Education https://t.co/rIKn2OsxgV impacting educators' wo… https://t.co/sK8kw1ruwa

More pathways to success for our veterans is always something to celebrate!

Three female peacebuilders will be honored during a special Daughters for Life Gala in Washington DC co-sponsored by the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at EMU. The honorees are Nobel Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee MA '11; Peabody Award-winning social entrepreneur and media producer, Ronit Avni; and Suhad Babaa, the executive director at Just Vision, an organization dedicated to support of Palestinian and Israeli grassroots leaders working for peace.#CJPview

EMU Cross Country Runners Picked High In Preseason Polls @EMU_XC_TF @EMU_News https://t.co/T1eAnmtu8Y https://t.co/AXsv6iVRwR

“Ministry” can take many forms and happen in many contexts: preaching and pastoral care in a church, yes, but also serving firefighters, pursuing restorative justice, leading music and offering spiritual

“Ministry” can take many forms and happen in many contexts: preaching and pastoral care in a church, yes, but also serving firefighters, pursuing restorative justice, leading music and offering spiritual

“Ministry” can take many forms and happen in many contexts: preaching and pastoral care in a church, yes, but also serving firefighters, pursuing restorative justice, leading music and offering spiritual

Harvest time of the fruit trees at the Rutt House. Wish the students were here to enjoy the apples and pears.

Celebrate Eastern Mennonite University’s centennial year on campus from October 12-15, 2017.  The schedule is bursting at the seams with concerts, reunions, food, and fun for all ages.  Register now! http://www.emu.edu/centennial/events

RT @AdamPosey: It's done! Going to be an ELITE environment to train in when the Royals get back! @jaegersports @DrivelineBB https://t.co/Ju…

The EMU at Lancaster faculty and staff joined our colleagues on main campus in Harrisonburg, Virginia the last two days for our annual Faculty Staff Conference. Highlights included worship, a plenary presentation from Susan Schultz Huxman, a fac/staff panel discussion, introspective breakout sessions, and an EMU history book preview from Centennial author Don Kraybill. During the first day, EMU officially welcomed four new EMU at Lancaster staff – Lisa Campbell, Enrollment Counselor, Kyle Sellers, Coordinator of Information Systems User Services, Enid Rosa, Undergraduate Programs Assistant (absent from picture) and Troy Swinehart, Coordinator of Business Services.

Marian Yoder Payne, a founding donor of Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding, died Sunday, Aug. 6, 2017. She and husband James, residents of Richmond, Virginia, helped to start the center and offered strategic gifts during the past 23 years. James is an alumnus of EMU, graduating in 1958 with a degree in education, while Marian took courses at EMU and completed her education degree at Penn State University.

Back-to-school for faculty and staff with the start of faculty conference today. Highlights included worship, a plenary presentation from Susan Schultz Huxman, a fac/staff panel discussion, introspective breakout sessions, and an EMU history book preview from Centennial author Don Kraybill.

Now accepting applications for our next cohort beginning January 10, 2018. Contact us today!

Milan created another new video about a gap year option. Thanks, Milan.

Brittany Caine-Conley, EMS alumna (MDiv, '14), pictured here, was a leader of the clergy silent witness and counter protest at the white supremacist march in Charlottesville on Saturday, August 12. Brittany provides leadership to Congregate Charlottesville (https://congregatecville.com/). We applaud Brittany in the ways she is living out God's calling in her life and ministry, and speaking truth to the evil that is white supremacy. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/13/us/charlottesville-protests-white-nationalists.html

Congratulations to EMU men's soccer coach Roger Mast on his appointment to the board of trustees for the Crossroads to Brain Injury Recovery.

Congrats to our own Roger Mast for his board appointment to Crossroads to Brain Injury Recovery! @EmuMensSoccerhttps://t.co/fccNtA4PUO

Dr. Susan Schultz Huxman delivers the plenary address during the Fall Faculty Staff Conference in Lehman Auditorium.  Dr. Huxman became the 9th president of EMU on January 1, 2017!  She comes to us with a stellar background in rhetoric, having directed the Elliot School of Communication at Wichita Sate University before becoming president of Conrad... Read more »

EMU mourns the passing of @CJP_EMU founding donor Marian Payne https://t.co/dm79ouZLe0 #EMUview https://t.co/Ax38xY1h55

Academic excellence, affordability, proven outcomes. #MennoColleges It feels good to collaborate. https://t.co/DSpP1vdGjB

"I think the biggest step each of us can take, through whatever has happened to us in our life, is the movement from where we hold some memories in the more fear-centered part of our brain – the amygdala – and take them to be reintegrated into the frontal lobe 3 inches away, where we can imagine a way forward." http://wina.com/podcasts/roy-hange-post-rally-peace-building-in-charlottesville/

Marian Payne's generosity and commitment to peacebuilding live on through the work of those she and her husband James '58 have supported. We will miss her lively and gracious spirit.

EMU Volleyball Women Ready To Move Up From Preseason Pick @emu_wvb @EMU_News @odacathletics https://t.co/7ZOp4gJsrw https://t.co/7HGKot9CPV

Marian Yoder Payne, a founding donor of Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding, died Sunday, Aug. 6, 2017. She and husband James, residents of Richmond, Virginia, helped to

Marian Yoder Payne, a founding donor of Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding, died Sunday, Aug. 6, 2017. She and husband James, residents of Richmond, Virginia, helped to

Marian Yoder Payne, a founding donor of Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding, died Sunday, Aug. 6, 2017. She and husband James, residents of Richmond, Virginia, helped to

Marian Yoder Payne, a founding donor of Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding, died Sunday, Aug. 6, 2017. She and husband James, residents of Richmond, Virginia, helped to

The #CollaborativeMBA is all online, except for the times the cohort gathers together at the beginning of the program and in the summer when they make a weeklong trip to Costa Rica for their international residency.

Congratulations to Anne Kaufman Weaver on your ordination! https://t.co/fRV0axt2L8

RT @HarrisonburgVA: If you're a college student getting ready to move to Harrisonburg, check out our helpful guides: https://t.co/pFi5if64N…

We are grateful for Coach Bryan's time and expertise in raising the profile of running programs at EMU. And we welcome back our own much-decorated athlete as interim coach!

Bluffton native and Bluffton High School alum Hannah Chappell-Dick has been named interim cross country coach at Eastern Mennonite University, her alma mater.

Summer has brought a number of exciting changes to the Eastern Mennonite University Athletic Department, including a handful of new faces and even some light construction to open up new

Summer has brought a number of exciting changes to the Eastern Mennonite University Athletic Department, including a handful of new faces and even some light construction to open up new

Devotions for Hillary Clinton, including those of former professor Emily Peck McClain, will be published in a new book edited by a United Methodist pastor.

Devotions for Hillary Clinton, including those of former professor Emily Peck McClain, will be published in a new book edited by a United Methodist pastor.

Devotions for Hillary Clinton, including those of former professor Emily Peck McClain, will be published in a new book edited by a United Methodist pastor.

Growth of Graduate Assistant Program Highlights Summer for EMU Athletics @EMU_News @EMUadmissions @odacathleticshttps://t.co/2YBW8E46kl

We look forward to honoring Chester Wenger ’36 and Sara Jane Weaver ’42 (99 and 94 years young) at Centennial Homecoming and Family Weekend, Oct 12-15, for their lifetime of service and faith in action. #EMUview

Visiting the BRCC campus today! Stop by and learn more about EMU's Adult Degree Program!

Your future, your way. Take the next step; apply now for Fall 2017!

An MBA with values. Apply today for Fall 2017!

Three women working in peacebuilding will be honored during a special Daughters for Life Foundation Gala Dinner in Washington D.C. The Sept. 16 event at Busboys and Poets in Washington D.C. is

Three women working in peacebuilding will be honored during a special Daughters for Life Foundation Gala Dinner in Washington D.C. The Sept. 16 event at Busboys and Poets in Washington D.C. is

Three women working in peacebuilding will be honored during a special Daughters for Life Foundation Gala Dinner in Washington D.C. The Sept. 16 event at Busboys and Poets in Washington D.C. is

Three women working in peacebuilding will be honored during a special Daughters for Life Foundation Gala Dinner in Washington D.C. The Sept. 16 event at Busboys and Poets in Washington D.C. is

Take the new virtual tour of campus! And please share with your high school-age friends. https://www.facebook.com/EasternMennonite/app/89534166522/

What an impressive and well-deserving list of honorees. @CJP_EMU is proud to co-sponsor. https://t.co/doXiL0kRF3

Iraqi youth work to build culture of peace with support of @CJP_EMU alumni and Iraqi al-Amani Association… https://t.co/jgvdN09J8T

As schools ready for (and start) the new school year, 90 educators across five states will bring back with them practices to create just and equitable learning environments. Thanks to the panel of local educators from Harrisonburg City Public Schools, Waynesboro, VA - Government, Staunton City Schools who shared their wisdom.

We're so proud of Laura, both what she accomplished during her Hall of Honor career with the Royals and afterwards!

The trip began with the traditional dipping of back tires in the Atlantic Ocean at Rehoboth Beach in Delaware. It ended 59 days later in the Pacific at Lincoln City,

The trip began with the traditional dipping of back tires in the Atlantic Ocean at Rehoboth Beach in Delaware. It ended 59 days later in the Pacific at Lincoln City,