Biblical and theological studies news
Northwestern College religion professor Dr. John Hubers has been elected to serve as president of the Midwest Mission Studies Fellowship.
Profs awarded endowed professorships
Mitch Kinsinger and Lila Sybesma have been appointed by the college's Board of Trustees to endowed professorships.
Religion professor Jackie Smallbones has recently published a memoir, “Knit Together: Many Colors, One Life.”
Northwestern honors employees
New retirees and longtime faculty and staff were recognized for their years of service and accomplishments during a banquet held May 5.
Students to present at honors conference
Three Northwestern students will present their research at the Upper Midwest Region Honors Conference April 24–26.
Student honored at research conference
Northwestern senior Rachel Muilenburg won the most outstanding paper award at the Siouxland Social Research Conference April 15.
Twenty-one of Northwestern’s academic programs are listed in the 2014 edition of Rugg’s Recommendations on the Colleges.
Theatre to host interactive worship drama
Jason Taylor, a youth director at Second Reformed Church, Pella, Iowa, will present “An Evening of Hymns and Scriptures” on Saturday, Jan. 11.
John Hubers, instructor in religion at NWC, has earned a Ph.D. in world Christianity and global missions from the Lutheran School of Theology.
The Rev. Roger Nelson, senior pastor at Hope Christian Reformed Church in Oak Forest, Ill., will speak in Christ Chapel on Nov. 11 and 12.