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  • SNU Professor Broadens Work with Green Scholars

    BETHANY, OK (November 28, 2012) – Dr. Marty Alan Michelson continues as a Professor at Southern Nazarene University as he engages new opportunities for SNU School of Theology and Ministry students. Dr.   Full Story

  • Graduate Student Receives Scholarship to Summer Institute

    BETHANY, Okla. (April 10, 2012) – SNU Master of Arts in Theology student Jonathan Bland has been selected to receive scholarship and stipend exceeding $10,000 to LOGOS at Baylor University, a Summer Institute for students interested in Biblical textual scholarship and Christian apologetics.   Participation for this event grew out of selective engagement connected through SNU’s established connection with the Green Scholars Initiative.   Full Story

  • Theology Professor and SNU Alumni Group Awarded Pastoral Grant

    Professor Marty Alan Michelson and six alumni of Southern Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Ministry have been awarded a $2750 grant from the Samford University Resource Center for Pastoral Excellence.   Funded by the Lilly Foundation, Inc., the grant recognizes the challenges and demands of pastoral work, leaving ministers to feel stressed, resulting in decreasing ministry focus and creativity.  The Grant provides this seven member team with funds to collaborate on a book...  Full Story

  • Southern Nazarene Professor Invited to Green Scholar's Initiative

    BETHANY, Okla. (October 20, 2011) - Southern Nazarene University professor, Dr. Marty Alan Michelson, has been invited to become a Scholar-Mentor with the Green Scholar’s Initiative.  The Green Scholars Initiative is an international project involving dozens of institutions.   Full Story



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