November 15, 2022 — On Wednesday, November 16, at 7:30 p.m., renowned theologian N.T. Wright will speak in Hughes Auditorium as part of Asbury Theological Seminary’s centennial celebration.
Excellence is at the core of the Asbury experience. Students benefit from world-class training in their chosen field in addition to the richness and breadth provided by Asbury’s liberal arts curriculum. With a 12:1 student/faculty ratio (and nearly 80 percent of faculty holding terminal degrees) Asbury provides personal investment and world-class expertise. Research opportunities like the SEARCH Symposium and the COMAP Math Modeling Contest hone academic skills, and students also benefit from unique professional opportunities (as just one example, Media Communication students have worked in paid positions at more than 12 Olympic games). Within two months of graduation, 98 percent of Asbury grads are employed or in graduate school — a powerful testament to the quality of their preparation at Asbury.
November 7, 2022 — This month, Ethan Engelhardt, assistant professor of social work at Asbury University, co-published an article in the Military Medicine journal about help-seeking behavior for mental health needs among active duty Air Force personnel.
November 2, 2022 — Dr. Lisa Weaver Swartz, assistant professor of sociology, recently published her new book, Stained Glass Ceilings: How Evangelicals Do Gender and Practice Power.
October 31, 2022 — Dr. Joy Vaughan, assistant professor of New Testament at Asbury University, published a new article contrasting miracles with magical practices in Acts 19.