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Every year, the Honors Council celebrates the mission of Eastern Nazarene College, both Intellectual and Christian, with the Academic Symposium. Once again this year, the Honors Council invites you to submit your best work to Academic Symposium 2017 to be held on April the
20th, 2017. This will be an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students to share their passion with the ENC community. It is also an opportunity for the entire ENC community to showcase the many bright young current and upcoming talents in the community.
This year we also welcome submission ideas for organizing small colloquia on any subject matter from biology to chemistry to literature to film etc. This will be an opportunity for you to share your passion with the ENC community. It is also an opportunity for ENC to showcase
the many bright young current and upcoming talents in the community.
(a) Your presentations will be timed and should take no more than 15-20 minutes
(b) You will be provided with a presentation PowerPoint template
(c) Your submission may be selected for a poster presentation - in such case you will be provided with a PowerPoint poster template
(d) We strongly advise you to have your project along with any available supporting material, reviewed by a faculty before submission.
Please submit your papers or colloquia to Academic symposium 2017 using the link below:
submission deadline is March 02, 2017
Thank you for submitting your best work to Academic Symposium 2017
Allen, PhD "The Idea of a Christian College: Revisited–Again"
Patrick Allen is currently a member of the faculty of the EdD program at George Fox University in Oregon. His PhD is in higher education from the University of Oklahoma. He also holds an MA in liberal arts from Southern Methodist University, an MS in management from Southern Nazarene University, and a
BA in psychology from Olivet Nazarene University. Before coming to George Fox his career spanned 35 years in higher education administration with senior leadership positions at universities in Kansas.