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FROM THE COLLEGES: Boyce adds classical education emphasis; Mobile to connect churches & students
In today's From the Colleges: Boyce College adds classical education emphasis, opens vocation development office and adds two fulltime faculty members; the University Mobile's new Ministry Resources initiative seeks to connect churches and students for ministry opportunities. Read More
FROM THE COLLEGES: U of Mobile to inaugurate pres.; LC establishes scholarships; OBU track wins again
In today's From the Colleges: University of Mobile inaugurates fourth president; Louisiana College scholarships honor Lewis, Schaeffer; OBU men & women repeat as track champs. Read More
UMobile taps Timothy L. Smith as presidentMOBILE, Ala. (BP) -- Trustees of the University of Mobile have selected Timothy L. Smith as the fourth president its 54-year history.
Smith, 52, is provost of Anderson University in South Carolina. Previously, he was dean of Union University's school of nursing in Tennessee where he oversaw a 79 percent expansion in enrollment and founded the Center for Excellence in Healthcare Practice that included a nurse residency program for five hospitals. ... Read More
FROM THE COLLEGES: UMobile honors Roger Breland; MC math prof honored; Carey music therapy students aid camp
Today's From the Colleges includes news from:
University of Mobile
William Carey University Read More
Foley to retire as Univ. of Mobile presidentMOBILE, Ala. (BP) -- Mark Foley, president of the University of Mobile, has announced he will retire in 2016 after more than 17 years as head of the Baptist-affiliated college.
Foley, 65, announced his retirement during the Oct. 8 meeting of the university's trustees. Read More
Students' road trip takes Gospel to 50 StatesMOBILE, Ala. (BP) -- Senior Drew Ballesteros had a lofty goal for the University of Mobile -- to share the Gospel in all 50 states during one academic year. It would be dubbed the "Great American Road Trip."
"We believed that if we stepped up our game, our university could somehow make history," said Ballesteros, who graduated from the university in Mobile, Ala., this May with a bachelor of science in theology. Read More