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Wellness Wednesday: Managing Stress

Posted by Trevecca on Aug 12, 2020 12:40:56 PM

This post is part of an ongoing blog series from Trevecca’s SWEET (Student Wellness Education and Engagement at Trevecca) team. Every other Wednesday for the next few weeks, they’ll be offering up wellness tips to help our traditional undergraduate students prepare to come Back Home to the Hill.

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Life After College: Job Interviews

Posted by Trevecca on Aug 7, 2020 10:29:30 AM

Commencement is just the start! We want to help our alumni prepare for what comes next, so from time to time, we’ll be offering posts focused specifically on the information young alumni need as they prepare to enter the workforce, from resumés to job interviews and everything in between. 

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Packing for college? 8 items you’ll want to add to your list this fall

Posted by Trevecca on Aug 5, 2020 10:26:03 AM

Congratulations! You’ve successfully graduated high school in the midst of a worldwide pandemic. College is just around the corner, and you’ve scoured Pinterest for all the items that are going to make your freshman year successful. Water filter? Check. Coffee pot? Check. Philips-head screwdriver? Double-check. 

But college, much like everything else, is going to look different this fall, and your packing list is going to look different too. There’s no playbook for your freshman year in a COVID-19 world, but that’s OK. You can still prepare as best you can and make your freshman year one to remember. 

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Wellness Wednesday: Dealing with Expectations

Posted by Trevecca on Jul 29, 2020 11:46:00 AM

This post is part of an ongoing blog series from Trevecca’s SWEET (Student Wellness Education and Engagement at Trevecca) team. Every other Wednesday for the next few weeks, they’ll be offering up wellness tips to help our traditional undergraduate students prepare to come Back Home to the Hill.

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Five Questions with Craig Bishop

Posted by Trevecca on Jul 21, 2020 10:58:36 AM

With experience in higher education and criminal justice, Dr. Craig Bishop is well prepared to serve as the program director for one of Trevecca’s newest degrees, the Bachelor of Science in criminal justice. Offered through Trevecca’s School of Graduate and Continuing Studies, the program is offered entirely online and specifically designed for students who are working full-time and need to complete their degrees to work or advance in the field. Bishop, who spent nearly 20 years teaching criminal justice at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Illinois, has spent much of his career working in probation, parole and law enforcement. 

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Recent grad? 4 tips to update your resumé

Posted by Trevecca on Jun 25, 2020 11:43:42 AM

Resumés serve as our first impression when applying to jobs. In the era of COVID-19, they may also serve as the initial handshake when an in-person meeting is off the table. 

Looking for a job can already feel overwhelming. Hiring professionals advise tailoring each resumé and cover letter to every role, which translates to a lot of revising if you’re applying for multiple job openings.

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Leadership Q&A: Teresa Sparks

Posted by Trevecca on Jun 17, 2020 11:21:18 AM

Since 1901, Trevecca has helped to shape leaders across a variety of fields and professions. One of those is Teresa Sparks, who currently serves as the executive vice president and chief financial officer of Envision Healthcare. One of the nation’s leading providers of health care services, Envision Healthcare works in partnership with clinicians, hospitals, health systems and payors to provide high-quality, cost-effective care that improves the health of communities across the nation.

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Wellness Wednesday: Making Healthy Choices During a Pandemic

Posted by Trevecca on Jun 10, 2020 7:00:00 AM

This post is part of an ongoing blog series from Trevecca’s SWEET (Student Wellness Education and Engagement at Trevecca) team. Every other Wednesday for the next few months, they’ll be offering up wellness tips to help our students navigate life in a COVID-19 world.

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Farewells: Dr. Donna Gray’s reflections on 32 years on the Hill

Posted by Trevecca on Jun 4, 2020 1:50:25 PM

There are so many people I’d like to thank. First, I’d like to thank my parents–they instilled in me a love of learning early on and let me know that they believed in me. My mom was an English professor, and my dad was a professor (math, educational psychology, speech, and education at Eastern Nazarene College) and administrator (academic dean and president of then Canadian Nazarene College in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada). Both of them taught [at Trevecca], Mom part-time for several years and Dad full-time for nine years. In fact, Dad and another professor started with grant money what was then the Learning Lab and is now part of Academic Services in the Center for Student Development. While Mom died 15 years ago, her godly influence continues to impact me. Dad, now living with me down here, has taught (and continues teaching) me about flexibility and variety, key terms that have epitomized his life.

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You’re a graduate now. What are your next steps in a COVID-19 world?

Posted by Trevecca on May 28, 2020 11:39:48 AM

As a traditional undergraduate, your senior year is significant. After years of working hard in the classroom, the final semester serves as a time to prepare for the next step with senior projects, final papers, end-of-the-year events, internships and practicums. It’s fair to say that a student’s senior year is challenging—and that’s in a non-COVID-19 world.

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