With new business start-ups on the rise and National Entrepreneur’s Day just around the corner (Nov. 20), we recently talked with Dean Diehl, director of Trevecca’s new entrepreneurship program as well as the University’s music business program.
Athletics have long been woven into the fabric of Trevecca, from the days of Alpha, Beta and Delta to today’s men’s and women’s team. This year, Trevecca will mark the fiftieth anniversary of intercollegiate sports. To celebrate, we're reflecting on these 10 defining moments in Trevecca Athletics history.
Classes are set to start at Trevecca’s Atlanta locations in Duluth and College Park this spring. As this new and exciting part of Trevecca’s journey begins, we sat down with Dr. Shawn Thomas, the regional dean of Georgia, and asked her about her commitment to Trevecca’s Atlanta expansion, her passion for education and her hopes for the future. Here’s what she had to say.
In less than a week, Trevecca will be welcoming the New Speer Family to campus to kick off the University’s Fall Celebration of Music and Inspiration. Before that Oct. 19 event, we thought we’d take a little time to get to know more about the New Speer Family and their Trevecca ties.
Homecoming 2018 is just a few weeks away, and you don’t want to miss a moment! This traditional celebration of all things Trevecca is one of the highlights of the fall semester, so we asked Michael Johnson (’82), Trevecca’s director of alumni and church engagement, to help us help you celebrate the weekend in style. Here are a few of his tips to make Homecoming 2018 the best one yet!
In less than a month, Trevecca’s Homecoming celebration will be in full swing. This year’s event, which will mark the 50th anniversary of the start of intercollegiate athletics, includes several highlights you won’t want to miss! Here are just a few.
With classes poised to begin in Atlanta next month, we sat down with Dr. Tim Eades, executive vice president for graduate and continuing studies, to learn more about Trevecca’s plans in the city. Eades, who leads Trevecca’s School of Graduate and Continuing Studies, is excited to open classes at two locations in the city: Duluth and College Park. Here’s what he had to say.
Next week, Dr. Gary Morsch will be sharing his heart about service and leadership during the Trevecca Association of Business Professionals luncheon on Oct. 3. While his name may sound a little bit familiar (Trevecca’s J.V. Morsch Center for Social Justice is named for his dad), you may not know much about him. So here are a few highlights of our recent conversation with Dr. Morsch to prepare you for next week’s events!
Thinking of transferring colleges in 2018? If you’re ready to make the move, we’ve got a few tips to help you plan your transition and make sure it’s successful.
On Oct. 3, Dr. Gary Morsch will join us at Trevecca to talk about how your organization and life can be changed by the power of serving others. During the luncheon, sponsored by the Trevecca Association of Business Professionals, Morsch will share practical ideas for ways you can serve others right where you are. But before he arrives on campus, we’d like to help you get to know him a little better.