This summer, PLNU director of forensics Skip Rutledge, professor of communication G.L. Forward and PLNU student Sydney Awakuni joined 55 other debate coaches and students from several U.S. colleges on a 15-day trip to China to study debate, participate in various debate styles, network with other coaches and students from around the world, and take in the incredible landscape.
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PLNU alum Nate Brewer has experienced a great deal of change since graduating from PLNU. After playing four years of PLNU soccer, and earning the titles of MVP and co-captain his senior year, Brewer was recruited by Surge International, an organization devoted to soccer ministry.
Though many students have ventured off for the summer to long-awaited vacations and the lure of relaxation, the chemistry and biology labs on PLNU’s campus are still bustling with activity. Check out what science students are researching this summer.
Dr. Dave Cummings, professor of biology, and Dr. Ryan Botts, assistant professor of mathematics, were recently awarded a three-year grant from the National Institutes of Health. The grant will allow them to further study antibiotic resistance bacteria in the San Diego River and Tijuana Estuary wetlands.
On May 4, Point Loma Nazarene University celebrated commencement. Three graduation ceremonies recognized the achievements of 570 undergraduate and 220 graduate students. Watch video and view photos from the events.
For the third year in a row, Point Loma Nazarene University ranked among the top three California universities for the Certified Public Accounting (CPA) examination results as reported by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA).