Around 4:00 a.m., while you were likely still asleep, Vanguard students were out and about volunteering their time with the biannual “point in time” count of the homeless population. Why? Because it is required for continued federal funding for shelters and other related programs. According to the LA Times, the city is applying for $16 […]
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Vanguard Sociology professor, Dr. Ed Clarke, whose cutting-edge research on homelessness and work with the Churches Consortium in Costa Mesa has increasingly received regional attention, weighs in on the issue in LA Times article:
Congratulations to Vanguard’s Women’s Basketball team for achieving the #1 ranking in the nation for Division 1 basketball on January 15, 2013! Amid frequent practices and traveling for games, the team was also able to maintain a first-semester GPA of 3.7. For more information on the NAIA rankings, click here.
Mary Wickman, PhD, RN, Director of the Nursing Program and Professor at Vanguard University, has been elected to be the Association of California Nurse Leaders (ACNL) Board of Directors South representative in 2013. ACNL is a statewide nursing organization that seeks to position nurse leaders to influence the future of health care by developing nurse […]
Modern day slavery is an estimated $9 billion global business. Over 27 million women, men, and children are victimized. Learn how the church, working through ordinary people, can respond to this man-made tragedy. Saddleback Rancho Capistrano will host a free, 2-day National Human Trafficking Awareness Event on January 11-12, 2013: Friday, January 11, 7-8:30pm PRAYER […]