Bob Goff shares what Love Does

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Bob Goff, PLNU adjunct professor of business law, is well-known for being a successful construction attorney, the American Consul to Uganda, and founder and CEO of Restore International, “a non-profit organization which was established to address the atrocities and injustices committed against children.” Author Donald Miller told part of Goff’s story in his book, A Million… Read more »

PLNU Students Attend Conference with Bernanke

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On March 25-27, nine Point Loma Nazarene University MBA students along with five PLNU business professors and representatives from PLNU’s Fermanian Business & Economic Institute (FBEI) will embark on an east coast tour to attend the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) annual Economic Policy Conference in Arlington, Va. and meet with congressmen in Washington,… Read more »

Kyoto Prize Symposium Comes to PLNU

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Kyoto The Kyoto Prize Symposium began Tuesday morning at Point Loma Nazarene University, where winners of the Kyoto Prize, Japan’s highest private award for lifetime achievement in advanced technology, basic science, and the arts and philosophy, met with students, faculty, and the media at the opening luncheon. Other local universities will host laureate lectures for… Read more »

Report Card on the Media Airs This Month

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This month, Channel 4 San Diego will be airing the annual “Report Card on the Media” event, which PLNU hosted on Jan. 26 at the Fermanian Business Center Three well-known newsmakers made up this year’s “payback panel,” where they were each able to give the media a grade based on the coverage their stories received in 2011…. Read more »

PLNU coalition helps restore wildlife at Border Field State Park

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This past month, a group of volunteers from PLNU joined with the Tijuana Estuary at Border Field State Park, along with a number of students from UCSD and WILDCOAST, “an international conservation team that conserves coastal and marine ecosystems and wildlife,” to help restore much of the environment that was either damaged or destroyed during the… Read more »