Jubilee College of Music San Francisco held its quarterly recital just before Christmas break. Thirteen students and their instructor Alice Kubo performed piano music by Beethoven, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, and other famous composers.
On behalf of the faculty and administrative staff of Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies, I wish all who view this site a joyous Christmas. This is the second consecutive Christmas that is being disrupted by the corona virus pandemic.
Olivet Business School (OBS) has recently revamped the Operations Management course under the MBA program. The new curriculum would help students adapt to the new realities affecting the business world after the pandemic.
Olivet Theological College & Seminary newly offered Exploring the Life and Theology of Influential Christian Missionaries over the Fall quarter.
Olivet Institute of Technology is holding an onsite technical workshop for faculty and students at the San Francisco Campus to introduce the lightweight machine learning framework, Tensorflow Lite, allowing it to work on various edge devices.
Olivet School of Art and Design (OSAD) San Francisco campus offered project-based learning for its 'Corporate Identity' course this quarter. Students were able to practice through the entire creative process in a simulated business environment to produce actual publishable work.
Olivet School of Language and Education (OSLE) Riverside campus recently implemented the narration method in teaching ESL, which has been proven to be efficient and productive.
Christian musicians are always looking for scripture verses that mention music and singing. These verses guide us in our song selection and deepen our understanding of how to lead others in worship.
Olivet School of Media and Communications (OSMC) Dean, Senior Professor, and Olivet University Former President Dr. David James Randolph is honored with the namesake library by the school.
The Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies' 2021 Doctoral Colloquium, hosted by Olivet University San Francisco Campus, was concluded on October 22. The colloquium was held in a hybrid format from October 11 to October 22 with doctoral students from all over the globe.
Old Testament assistant professor Dr. Kathy Tran is instructing the course 'Introduction to Biblical Hebrew' as an inductive approach to help students interact with and learn Hebrew naturally.
MBA students at Olivet Business School are developing new business models in the Applied Business Research course.