Jubilee School is opening an internship program with Breathecast for students in Winter quarter. Breathecast is an affiliate of Jubilee School.
MBA students in New York City are learning how to compose first-rate business letters through Olivet Business School's Specialized Language Workshops.
An Olivet University professor is volunteering at a refugee camp in Germany, which has been seeing a steady stream of refugees since the summer of 2015.
Most students said they were highly satisfied or satisfied with the seminars that were taught during last month's doctoral colloquium, according to course evaluations.
Olivet Institute of Technology plans to offer courses on Cryptography and Information Security, Data Mining, and Web Technology and Development for its graduate students next quarter.
Graduates of Jubilee College of Music have been actively participating in local Christian events. Most recently, the former JCM students took part in a Thanksgiving concert
Seasoned journalists from three different faith traditions recently addressed the question "How do media representations of religion shape public opinion?"
Olivet School of Media and Communication staff recently attended an event in Washington, D.C., where the hosts of the two highest rated and longest airing public affairs programs discussed the change from traditional media to new media.
Students who will be graduating from Olivet Business School this quarter have been asked to summarize what they learned in the two-year graduate program through the course CA800 Capstone Project.
Olivet School of Art & Design Director Zimou Tan recently presented a vision for the school's future during a meeting with students in Anza, California.
Dr. Merril Smoak, dean of Jubilee College of Music, held a mentoring session with selective Master's students in San Francisco last week.
Olivet University recently concluded its annual doctoral colloquium at its Riverside campus.