A few courses offered by Olivet School of Art and Design (OSAD) in the Fall quarter have adopted a new learning approach where design students are put in a simulated industry setting to acquire essential skills and produce work. Students have found the experience more challenging but acknowledged its effectiveness in preparing them for their career.
Olivet School of Business (OBS) launched its newest website design, which reflects the new Ph.D in Business Administration degree along with other insightful content about its programs.
The Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies (ZSDS) successfully concluded the Doctoral Colloquium 2020. The colloquium was held remotely in a hybrid format from October 19-23 with approximately 60 Ph.D. and D.Min. students from all over the globe.
Homiletics, the art of preaching or writing sermons, is not just about the practical skills but an expression of your living faith, according to Dr. Yagobo Kim at Olivet Theological College & Seminary (OTCS).
How would artificial intelligence be useful for theological study? Yuechen Hou, a Ph.D. candidate from Olivet Institute of Technology (OIT), attempts to answer this question with his research project.
The 2020 Doctoral Colloquium for the Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies (ZSDS) will be held remotely in a hybrid format. Approximately 60 Ph.D. and D.Min. students from all over the globe will attend the event online from October 19-23, 2020 as well as April 12-16, 2021.
Olivet University welcomed a new academic year with a convocation ceremony held virtually on Tuesday, September 22. Students and faculty in the U.S. and around the world joined the live-streamed event.
The graduation concert is the most important requirement of the Master of Arts in Music program at Jubilee College of Music (JCM). Graduate students typically spend the very last three quarters of their study preparing for it. In the Fall quarter, senior student Joy Song will be ready to present her graduation concert.
Olivet Business School (OBS) welcomes new faculty member Dr. Albert Lee for the Fall Quarter. Lee graduated from Harvard University and previously served as an assistant professor at Tsinghua University's School of Economics and Management. He is scheduled to teach Finance and related subjects at the business school.
Based on the success of the popular digital painting seminar back in Spring, Olivet School of Art and Design (OSAD) will hold the seminar for a second time in partnership with Christian artists fellowship Creatio.
Adjunct professor Sebastian Keita of Olivet Business School shared his experience about holding online classes on Applied Business Research over the summer, amid the pandemic.
Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies (ZSDS) has opened their doctoral courses for registration in the new academic year 2020-21.