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Community Joins Together for Intentional Prayer

During the 2018-2019 school year, Southern and the Collegedale Church of Seventh-day Adventists partnered in a special way to surround the campus with intentional prayer, culminating in 10 nights of prayer and revival called Praxis.

Campus Research Day Raises the Bar

Campus Research Day has been a tradition at Southern Adventist University for more than a decade, beginning with the School of Nursing and expanding to become a campus-wide event. However, this year organizers adjusted the structure of the event to provide a more valuable academic experience for participants.

Cooperative Learning Enhances Biology Labs

Southern professors constantly look for ways to make learning fun, memorable, and effective. Last year, the Biology Department introduced an innovative, interactive teaching exercise called Jigsaw to its advanced anatomy and physiology labs, and professors are seeing positive results.

School of Religion Offers New Master’s Degree in Biblical Counseling

This summer, Southern Adventist University’s School of Religion will begin offering a biblical counseling emphasis for its Master of Ministry degree, a first for any Adventist institution. The goal is to equip church leaders with the skills to counsel using biblical foundations.

University Hires Furloughed Alum During Government Shutdown

The partial government shutdown this winter brought about an unexpected, mutual blessing to Southern Adventist University and a furloughed alum.

Vegetarian Culinary Arts Program Meets Growing Demand

The number of individuals in the United States who consider themselves vegetarian or vegan has greatly increased in recent years. The graduates of Southern’s Vegetarian Culinary Arts program are well-prepared to cater to this growing demand. Southern is one of the few programs in the country that offers a meatless culinary degree, and it is the only Adventist institution with a degree in culinary arts.