Accent Magazine

Spring 2013
 
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Spring 2013

Spring 2013

The digital revolution has changed how we work and play. Take a look at how it is changing things at MNU. Then check out the innovative work MNU alumni are doing. MNU announces the appointment of Mary Jones, PhD, as provost, and both the men’s and women’s basketball teams clinch a spot in the NAIA national tournament.

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Wired to Serve

Technology has transformed the world. MNU has started its own digital "makeover" to transform how we work and teach, and the investment is paying dividends.

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The Modern-Day Pioneer

What kind of person does it take to be a pioneer? That’s a question we asked three trailblazing professional and graduate alumni—a pathfinder, a self-starter, and an opportunist—who discovered…

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Coffee and Relationships

Tanner Stevens (’11), pictured right, is just one year out of college and already a successful business owner. One of two proprietors of Quay Coffee (pronounced “key”) in Kansas City’s…

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Meet Pioneer Pete

Meet Pioneer Pete

Various versions of Pioneer Pete have been around MNU since the 1970s. Perhaps you remember the student who dressed in a coonskin cap and pioneer attire for home football games in the 1970s and 80s.  Some called him…

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Kim Kato: Why I Teach

Kim Kato: Why I Teach

As a licensed athletic trainer, Dr. Kim Kato worked in the fields of health science, kinesiology, physical education, and athletic training before coming to MNU as chair of the Department of Health and Exercise Science.…

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MNU Appoints New Provost

MNU Appoints New Provost

Dr. Mary Jones has been appointed MNU provost and chief academic officer. Jones is currently provost and chief academic officer at Southern Nazarene University in Bethany, Oklahoma, where she previously served as a member of…

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Spring 2013: Athletics

Spring 2013: Athletics

Senior guard Rustin Dowd of Olathe, Kan., became the eighth Pioneer men's basketball player to reach the 2,000-point plateau when his 15-foot jumper sent the home crowd into a frenzy on Valentine's Day.

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Spring 2013: Campus News

Spring 2013: Campus News

Alana Muller, president of Kauffman FastTrac®, was one of a three-person panel presenting on entrepreneurship at a recent MNU Tuesdays event. Kauffman FastTrac®, an educational program created by the Ewing Marion Kauffman…

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Spring 2013: Faculty News

Spring 2013: Faculty News

Linda Alexander (’84), PhD, professor of education, Whitney (Mathers MA ’06) Gray, manager of grants and special projects, and Jasmine Markanday, grants accountant, co-presented at the Grant Professionals Association's…

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