Sociology Professor at Vanguard University, Ed Clarke, was recently highlighted in the OC Register. He was part of a citywide homeless census Monday morning. He trained volunteers in using photos and locating homeless individuals. This is part of a project to measure the growth of homelessness, and awareness of the challenges homeless people face. For the full article, please click here.
Archive for month: October, 2012
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We applaud Dr. Mary Wickman, Director of the Nursing Program, who was recently elected to the Association of California Nurse Leaders Board of Directors as the South representative. Her dedication, efforts, and influence are inspiring, and she is proudly representing Vanguard to the community. For more information about the ACNL and the board candidates, please click here.
Vanguard University’s Dixie Arnold, Chair of the Liberal Studies Department, was inducted into the Raytown School District (MO) Hall of Fame last weekend. This award was given to six graduates who were honored for their service, success, and positive representation of the district. For a more detailed article about Dr. Arnold’s induction into the hall of fame, including her “then and now” pictures, click here.
Vanguard University’s Dr. Darren Guerra, Associate Professor of Political Science, will be participating in a panel discussion on Faith and Public Discourse at Fuller Theological Seminary on Thursday at 7pm. He will be discussing alongside Scott Waller who is a professor of Political Science at Biola University, and New York Times bestselling author and CEO of Sojourners, Jim Wallis. Please click here for more details about the upcoming panel discussion.
Thursday, October 11th 2012 at 7pm
135 N. Oakland Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91182
Event Sponsor: Seminarians for Public Discourse and Peace and Justice Advocates
Contact Person: Saerom Choi
Jerry Camery-Hoggatt recently published a book titled “Between the Monk and the Dragon”. It is a parable which explores themes of pain, family violence, and ultimately finding healing through forgiveness. Please click here if you would like to purchase your own copy!
For a complete list of current faculty publications, please click here.