Hello friends! Or, jambo rafiki, as they say it in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
On Dec. 9, Dr. Richard Somerville, professor emeritus and research professor for the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, visited PLNU’s campus to present at a Perspectives on Science seminar.
After an exhaustive analysis and with the support of the Prescott family, PLNU has decided to build a new Lyle and Grace Prescott Prayer Chapel.
Each year PLNU publishes its Annual Report to provide details of the financial year in review. This year the theme of the report is Transformed for Transformation. Watch the video >
PLNU alum Nikki Jimenez (09) recently won the New Professional of the Year award at the Public Relations Society of America’s San Diego/Imperial Counties annual Edward L. Bernays Mark of Excellence Awards ceremony.
This year’s annual Wiley lecture series stirred the campus with discussions focused on what it means to cross boundaries culturally, linguistically, and even musically.
PLNU will launch a crowd-funding campaign for human trafficking survivors to receive free college education.
PLNU’s annual Creation Care Week invigorated the campus with an entire week of events dedicated to informing our community about sustainability and how to care for creation.
From a single microscope to the healing of thousands of people, Dr. Bill and Marsha McCoy’s story tells of the intersection between faith and science. Watch the video >
PLNU’s George Williamson recently released his second worship album, “Made for You.” Find out more about the album and the story behind its creation.