Will the fiscal fog clear? PLNU Chief Economist Dr. Lynn Reaser joined State of California Controller John Chiang on Nov. 15 at PLNU’s Economic Outlook 2013 to discuss. View the photos and an executive summary of the event.
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Photos and copy by Bryan Pridmore, current MBA student
This month, a group of 18 PLNU students, faculty, staff, and one alum from PLNU’s Fermanian School of Business and Fermanian Business & Economic Institute traveled to New York City. The trip was a part of the MBAs’ special finance class. We are studying financial institutions and how they work in today’s economy. The special visits that we had prior to attending the annual NABE (National Association of Business Economics) conference were opportunities to put names with faces regarding the financial instruments we were studying in class.
Dr. Lynn Reaser, PLNU’s chief economist, speaks with The Daily Transcript‘s George Chamberlin about her trip abroad with the National Association for Business Economics and gives her thoughts on the fiscal cliff. Watch the video interview: Dr. Lynn Reaser on the European financial crisis, the ‘fiscal cliff’ (San Diego Source). Reaser, along with California State Controller… Read more »
Jack and Betsy Northam, PLNU head baseball coach and events assistant for PLNU’s music department, respectively, are more than avid climbers – they are record holders, inspirations, perhaps even legends.
PLNU celebrated its ninth annual Creation Care Week Sept. 10-15. The sustainability program, headed by Alexandria Bennett, collaborates with the sustainability studies minor each year to dedicate a week to environmental education and awareness and how those play a role our Christian faith. This year’s Creation Care Week featured a sustainability fair; Bike the Jam,… Read more »
Dr. John Wu is a chair of PLNU’s Department of of Psychology and professor of psychology. Prior to joining PLNU, Dr. Wu worked for over a decade in university counseling centers providing counseling to undergraduate and graduate students at UCSD and Northeastern University. He received his master’s and doctorate degrees in counseling and consulting psychology… Read more »
In May, Alana Nicastro joined PLNU as the new director of external program development, an aspiration she had been seeking to acquire for quite some time. “I’ve always loved this university,” said Nicastro, “and now I’ve found a position here that allows me to work with all of the talents I’ve been given.” Nicastro received… Read more »
Dr. Robert Gailey, associate professor of business for the Fermanain School of Business and director of PLNU’s Center for International Development, has been awarded the Emerging Leader Alumni Award from Eastern Nazarene College (ENC) in Quincy, Mass. News of this award was announced in the summer 2012 issue of The Christian Scholar, the alumni newsletter… Read more »
This past weekend, PLNU welcomed hundreds of new students to campus during New Student Orientation (NSO). Here are just a few highlights from the three-day event:
Hundreds of new students and their families converged on Point Loma Nazarene University Friday for New Student Orientation (NSO). NSO, which began Friday, ushered in the 609 students who will make up the class of 2016. The orientation lasts for three days and includes welcome and special events, a resource fair, and registration for the… Read more »