Program Events and News

Spring 2014 Semester 

Friday, Jan 10, 2014 to Thursday, May 1, 2014: Political Awareness Society Events TBA

Sunday, Jan 12, 2014 to Saturday, May 3, 2014: Academic Classes incorporating project themes: HIST 2322 Survey of World Civilizations, HIST 4331 Early Modern Europe--Prof. Summers; PSYC 3370 Psychology of Peace--Prof. Benefield; RLGN 3352 Christian Ethics, RLGN 3355 Christian Faith and Contemporary Bioethics--Prof. Holloway; PSYC 3307 Seminar on Moral, Ethical and Religious Issues--Prof. New; HIST 4363 Russian & Soviet Studies--Prof. Hopkins; BIOL 2406 Environmental Issues--Prof. Ladine; 

Monday, Feb 3, 2014: Mark Scandrette in Chapel / Compassion International Mark Scandrette, with ReIMAGINE and Emerging Ministries

Wednesday, Feb 5, 2014: Chapel - Payday Loan Industry & Economic Justice RLGN 3305 Community Ministry Class students and Prof. Elijah Brown, with community survey results, overview of PDL industry; Prof. Nandamudi and Prof. Summers; 10:00 a.m., Rogers Chapel

Thursday, Feb 13, 2014: Faculty Roundtable & Coffee Thursday, 3:00 PM, Governance Room. Perspectives and resources on rights and justice from the academic disciplines: Stanley Coppinger--Literature; Elijah Brown--Community Ministries Project on Payday Loan Industry and economic justice; Joe David Brown--Education; Jeph Holloway--Theology and Ethics

Thursday, Feb 27, 2014: African-American Read-In--A Celebration of Culture. Sponsored by Cultural Outreach Ministries at ETBU, Don Ravenell and others Annual program devoted to the history, arts, literature, traditions, and food of African-American cultures in the United States--a celebration involving campus and community. EVERYBODY is welcome

Sunday, Mar 2, 2014: Fourth Annual Roosevelt Washington Memorial Concert--Sunday, 4:00 p.m., one block south of Courthouse Square The Glenda Clay Singers, the MHS Chorale and Madrigal Singers; sponsored by the Central Baptist Church music ministry. A community celebration of Christian heritage and hope. 106 E. Fannin, Downtown

George, Adam and Emmett at Restorative Justice Chapel Program, November 20