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Navigating Uncharted Territory with Professor Allan Erselius

Allan Erselius’ first year as an adjunct business professor at Jessup has been anything but “normal.” As professors across the campus planned for the unpredictable Fall 2020 semester, Allan jumped right in, preparing to teach Consumer Marketing, Business Management Principles, and Biblical Foundations of Personal Finance to undergraduate and adult degree completion students. Allan was ready for this new challenge after spending more than…

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Optimal Learning Both Online and in the Classroom with Scott Roberts, Ph.D.

Scott Roberts, Ph.D. fell in love with the idea of teaching while pursuing his undergraduate degree. After working for several years in the medical field, his passion for teaching never waned. He received his Ph.D., became a professor, and never looked back. Scott is now part of Jessup’s Faculty of Health, Applied, and Natural Sciences and serves as the Associate Dean and professor. He’s…

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Pioneering a New Theatre Experience

Jessup’s theatre department has a solid reputation for producing some of the best theatre productions in Northern California. Due to the COVID pandemic, they had to cut their productions short last spring. Even though they couldn’t finish the season, they still received six Elly award nominations for their production of “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.” This production was directed by former Disney cast member,…

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Owl Nesting Success Using Artificial Burrows

William Jessup University’s Institute for Biodiversity and the Environment (IBE) is pleased to announce the birth of fledgling burrowing owls at one of the IBE’s artificial nest study sites on Placer Land Trust’s Swainson’s Preserve, just outside of Lincoln, California. Swainson's Preserve is part of a network of preserve lands in Placer County. In addition to demonstrating nesting success by the owls with the…

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Teaching from a Biblical Worldview with Andrew Carico, Ph.D.

Andrew Carico, Ph.D. is passionate about public policy and teaching students about law, history, and politics through a biblical worldview lens. After a brief season as a political journalist, Andrew now focuses his attention on helping students see how their participation in the political process can help address real-world issues and positively contribute to human flourishing. It’s a pleasure to welcome Andrew to our…

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Accessible, Christ-Centered Education

When Philip Wiggins decided to go back to college, he knew he needed an accessible and flexible environment where he could receive a quality education and be available to help raise his baby daughter. He chose Jessup because it fit his needs and offered the Chrisitan Leadership major he hoped would jumpstart his career in ministry. With the help of his Jessup education, Philip…

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Growing with God at Jessup

Matthew Szczepanski’s desire to grow in his relationship with God was the first thing that drew him to Jessup. While at Jessup, he not only developed a deeper relationship with God, he found a supportive community that encouraged his growth and helped him better love others. Matthew is excited about a future career in ministry and he graciously took time out of his schedule…

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Leading and Teaching Youth Ministry with Fritz Moga, M.A.

Youth ministry is practically part of professor Fritz Moga’s DNA. After 20 years in church youth ministry, Fritz now teaches Jessup students about the practical issues of youth ministry and the theology needed to succeed in ministry. He recently celebrated his 20th year teaching at Jessup! It’s a pleasure to welcome Fritz to our Q&A discussion today. How many years have you taught at…

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Running the Race with Perseverance

The road to Jessup wasn’t easy for junior Michelle Flint. But her fierce determination to follow God’s call and her success in track & field helped pave the way. Michelle is thriving in Jessup’s Youth Ministry program and is excited to use what she has learned to reach today’s students, especially those who seem unreachable. Please welcome Michelle to our Q&A discussion today.  What…

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Laughing and Learning with Michael Obermire, MBA

Most people dream of golf, vacations, and relaxation when they retire. When business professor and academic business manager Michael Obermire retired from the manufacturing sector after 30 years in the industry, he wrote a book and began a teaching career. He jumped right into his new adventure, bringing his “real-life” experiences right into the classroom. Michael loves making his students laugh and have fun,…

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