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Winter Term class examines poverty

Posted on February 12, 2015 by

In a Winter Term course on poverty this January, Erskine students explored a topic many people hope to avoid. The course was capped by a trip to the Triune Mercy Center—a non-denominational mission church that ministers alongside the homeless in Greenville and is directed by senior pastor and 2005 Erskine Seminary graduate Deb Richardson-Moore. What […]

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Erskine Seminary provides ‘unifying presence’ in Augusta

Posted on January 13, 2015 by

During a time when reports of racial conflict have peppered the national news, a recent men’s retreat brought black and white Christians together. Men from Tabernacle Baptist Church, a predominantly black congregation, met with men from mostly white First Presbyterian Church. The event marked another expansion of fellowship between the two Augusta, Georgia congregations, and […]

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Longtime biology professor receives NABT teaching award

Posted on December 12, 2014 by

Professor Emerita of Biology Dr. Janice Haldeman has been recognized for her contributions to undergraduate biology education by the National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT), receiving the Four-Year College & University Section Biology Teaching Award. As an award winner, Haldeman attended the NABT Professional Development Conference in Cleveland Nov. 12-15 and gave a presentation entitled […]

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Faculty Focus: Dr. Mary Lowe

Posted on October 7, 2014 by

Dr. Mary Lowe, associate dean of Erskine Seminary’s Virtual Campus, has followed an Erskine tradition and her calling to serve students, not only academically, but also in their personal development. Spreading the Gospel was a key focus in Mary Lowe’s family. Her parents were missionaries in Haiti and Suriname for 26 years. Lowe and her […]

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Vardon Cox marks 500th victory

Posted on April 22, 2014 by

Vardon Cox, a 1964 graduate of Erskine College who has served his alma mater as men’s tennis coach for 45 years, celebrated his 500th career victory Wednesday, April 16, when the Fleet won its final home tennis match of the season, defeating North Greenville University. Friends and members of the team commemorated the win by writing […]

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Erskine business students keep moving, keep learning

Posted on April 10, 2014 by

Assistant Professor of Business Karen Mattison has kept her students moving this year, on the Erskine College campus and beyond. Highlights of the fall semester for students included using their business skills in a service project for Anderson Interfaith Ministries (AIM) and attending the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) 14th Annual Student Leadership Conference in Charlotte. […]

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‘Instruments of Peace’ begins at 3 p.m. today

Posted on March 19, 2014 by

“Instruments of Peace: The Arts, Reconciliation, and Sacred Space,” a symposium at Erskine College convened by Professor of Music Dr. J. Brooks Kuykendall and Grady Patterson Professor of Politics Dr. Ashley Woodiwiss, will begin Thursday, April 3 at 3 p.m. in Memorial Hall with a concert and poetry reading, and continue Friday, April 4, at […]

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Hiking through Spain fuels friendships, allows introspection

Posted on March 10, 2014 by

A hardy group of Erskine College students made new friends, developed new strengths, and gained new insights during a Winter Term travel course in Spain in January. Led by Assistant Professor of Spanish Dr. Michael Burriss, the seven students—Cali Colbert, Sarah DeVos, Jordan Joseph, Kate Keukelaar, Meg Randall, Pete Savarese, and Kathleen Watkins— took a five-week, […]

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Physics professor discovers peace in the shadow of war

Posted on February 16, 2014 by

Associate Professor of Physics Dr. Ekaterina Michonova-Alexova, who has taught at Erskine College since 2007, traveled to Japan in August to attend a seminar for faculty, “Nuclear Weapons and Our Globalizing Century: A Multidisciplinary Challenge for the Christian Academy,” sponsored by the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU).  In the course of the 10-day […]

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