The HPS dept's 5th Presidential Inauguration trip - with profs, students, and alumni.

History & Political Science

On November 29, 2016 the Department of Family and Consumer Science hosted the Parent Education - Kindergarten Readiness Panel with a group of San Diego educators as featured speakers.

Watch the full panel discussion here:

Early Childhood Learning Center

Joey Conrad (USAF), a PLNU MICS Alumni who graduated in Spring 2016 with a BS in Computer Science, was recently recommended for and awarded the AFCEA Major General Robert Sadler Honor Award. This award is given to the top ROTC commissionee in the nation with a major in anything tech (EE, CE, SC, IS, IT, etc.).  He will be going over to Ft. Meade to the 707th Command Squad as part of the 707th Intel, Surveillance, and Recon Group, which works on encryption and other intel activities.  

He emailed Dr. Lori Carter to let her know how much the Programming Languages class and Networking class here at PLNU helped him in his work and training he has been doing since graduating.  He said he was the "resident expert" in his training due to what he learned in these classes at PLNU. 

Congratulations Joey!

Mathematical, Information & Computer Sciences

PLNU Music Department Alumni soprano McKenna Slack, bass-baritone Reno Wilson, and mezzo-soprano Kiana Bell received Encouragement Awards in the Metropolitan Opera National Council - San Diego District - Auditions on Saturday, October 8th. Point Loma Nazarene University's voice students, from the studio of Dr. J. Craig Johnson, have earned eight first-place, 17 encouragement awards, and four audience choice awards at the Met auditions in recent years. Seven of Saturday’s contestants were from the university and most were repeat competitors. See related article in San Diego Union Tribune:


Article by Alan Taylor

SEP 29, 2016

32 Photos in Focus

The border between the United States and Mexico has become a major issue in the upcoming presidential election. It stretches 3,169 kilometers (1,969 miles), crossing deserts, rivers, towns, and cities from the Pacific to the Gulf of Mexico. Every year, an estimated 350 million people legally cross the border, with some 400,000 entering into the United States illegally. No single barrier stretches across the entire border, instead, it is lined with a patchwork of steel and concrete fences, infrared cameras, sensors, drones, and nearly 20,000 U.S. Border Patrol agents. Getty Images photographer John Moore has covered many miles of the border over recent years, capturing images of surveillance, escapes, arrests, detentions, and encounters between those crossing the border and those securing it. To read and see the photos of the article please visit The Atlantic Photo webpage.

International Ministries

The Christian Science Monitor featured an article on Alma Tucker's story on why and how she got involved when she learned about human trafficking in Tijuana, Mexico. To read the full article visit the following website.

International Ministries