International Women’s Day

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Dr. Amy Hicks in the Cancer Reasearch Lab

In honor of International Women’s Day, we’ve culled articles about the remarkable women on faculty and staff at BJU.

Amy Hicks: From Researcher to Teacher

Dr. Amy Hicks in the Cancer Reasearch Lab, BJU, February 8, 2019. (Hal Cook)

Dr. Amy Hicks, a science professor at BJU, is one of the many women who contribute to science every day and continually inspires students who seek to follow in her footsteps.

Linda Hayner, Ready for Anything

Dr. Linda Hayner teaching history, BJU Greenville, SC, April 18, 2018. (Hal Cook)

Dr. Linda Hayner shares how the Lord used her love of history to inspire her to write fiction, though it wasn’t her original plan.

My Savior First of All: A Story of Faith

Vocal studies BJU faculty member Pam Dunbar teaches a voice performance student, Mar. 13, 2018. Photo by Derek Eckenroth

Pam Dunbar, voice faculty, reveals how her struggle with multiple sclerosis and the loss of her daughter have influenced her faith and her ministry.

How the Liberal Arts Kickstarted My Career

Peek into class at BJU as teacher waits for students to complete a test, Greenville, SC, February 20, 2018. (Hal Cook)

With a liberal arts education, you don’t graduate with only a diploma. You graduate with a foundation. Adjunct faculty member Emma Stephens explains how.

Chronically Ill, Faithfully Living

Medication

Living with chronic illness, BJUtoday editor Krystal Allweil has followed God on a journey from teaching high school English to content marketing for BJU.

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