Business major Kevin Goodman has been granted a full fellowship to the fourth annual Filmmaking & Entrepreneurship Seminar in Los Angeles. The seminar, run in partnership between the Foundation for Economic Education and the Moving Picture Institute, will share how sound economic thinking can help filmmakers stand out from the crowd. “Going to this conference is a total blessing,” says Goodman. “This trip gives me a chance to make connections with people from around the US. M...y interest in photography and film is one of the things I’m most passionate about. It can build relationships with people, and it’s a window for expressing new ideas and telling stories. Ultimately, I would like to combine my passion for film, photography and business by creating a film company. My plan is to go to the places that are in isolation. With my photos and videos, I hope to spread positivity. The business program is teaching me two things. First, to be aware of what is going on in the world. And second, to do everything for the glory of God.” Congratulations, Kevin!
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If you haven't visited campus yet, you will definitely want to do that. College Preview is coming up on March 9-10. Watch our short campus tour video below, and register today! multnomah.edu/visit
"They wanted the glory of God to fill that church, but the leadership wasn't interested in those things. We were running a religious organization." Here some of Dr. Rick McKinley's story, and check out our D.Min. program here: http://bit.ly/2mcy6RM
Have you met Natalie Correll? She is the new Director of Alumni and Parent Relations here at Multnomah. If you want to get to know more about her love of coffee and all things Multnomah, watch the video below!
Multnomah's own, Dr. Paul Metzger, is presenting his book, Evangelical Zen, at the Search for Meaning conference in Seattle. The conference is Saturday Feb. 25, and Metzger is presenting at 9 a.m. It's going to be a blast! You can register or learn more about the conference below!
Did you know we have a business and organizational psychology degree? See what you can do with that here!
Did you know Multnomah's master's in counseling program has partnerships with over a dozen clinics around Portland. Learn more about MAC and internships!
Did you miss the "Bridging Troubled Waters" anxiety and depression forum a few weeks back? Well, luckily for you we recorded the event, and it's up on New Wine's website. Listen to it below!
If you are willing to be stretched and process your own beliefs, then MU's Bible and Theology program might be the place for you. Dr. Ray Lubeck shares his thoughts on his own time at Multnomah and what students get by studying Bible and Theology here!
Do you know what the GMC is all about? On today's Multnomah Minute, follow some of our students as they explore campus sharing what the Global Ministries Conference is all about! The event will take place next week from Feb. 21-23!