Karen Shaw serves as the coordinator of the Trevecca Urban Farm. A master gardener and beekeeper, Shaw was recently recognized in the July issue of Edible Nashville, celebrating women farmers. This week, she’s helping to cultivate a new generation of beekeepers at the Trevecca Urban Farm’s Bee Camp, held July 16-20. Learn more about her journey to becoming a beekeeper.
The Fall 2018 semester doesn’t start until August 28, but we’re already thinking about the 2019-2020 academic year. High school seniors: the application is open! And more than that, we’re starting to think about our next class of McClurkan Scholars.
Six8 is composed primarily of holy moments that, when compiled by the end of the week, become a major influence in shaping the life of a high school student. In between morning jazzercise and outings in Music City –– getting to hear stories of our neighbors in surrounding communities, learning the history of the city, and exploring parts of Nashville that often go unseen –– students partake in learning in theological sessions with scholars, through small group processing time, and while engaging in meaningful spiritual practices.
June New Student Orientation at Trevecca is just one week away, and we can’t wait to meet you! Here are a few tips to help you make the most out of your orientation experience.
In today’s world, how well you work with others is often the key to success in your career. Whether you’re managing employees or working as part of a team, understanding how people think can help you solve problems, ease conflict and do your best work.
Rain is headed our way, and Trevecca Nazarene University has made the decision to initiate the Inclement Weather Plan for tomorrow’s Commencement Convocation. We’re sure you have plenty of questions, so here are a few answers.
May 1 is National College Decision Day. So, we checked in with a few current college students to find out what factors influenced their college choice—which ultimately led them to Trevecca.
As their Trevecca experience draws to a close, a couple members of the Trevecca Class of 2018 offered a few words of advice to next fall’s incoming freshmen.