BJU Prayer Rally

Bob Jones University will host a two-part spring conference series Feb. 11-15 on the BJU campus.

The series begins with the BJU Seminary’s annual CoRE (Connect. Renew. Equip.) Conference, Feb. 11-12. Presenters will focus on equipping churches, schools and other ministries regarding current issues such as same-sex attraction, pornography and gender confusion.

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Allen Jacobs

Bob Jones University will host the third annual Allen Jacobs Memorial Prayer Breakfast Thursday, March 14, to honor the memory of Officer Allen Jacobs and recognize law enforcement professionals across Greenville County. The breakfast will begin at 7 a.m. in the Davis Room of the Dixon-McKenzie Dining Common on the BJU campus.

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Upstate SC Part of National Initiative to Increase Mental Health Literacy

Tigerville, SC – (January 31, 2019) On Feb. 22, 2019, North Greenville University (NGU) will host a free Mental Health First Aid training at its Tim Brashier Campus at 405 Lancaster Avenue in Greer. This groundbreaking eight-hour training course gives people the tools to identify when someone might be struggling with a mental health or substance use problem and to connect them with appropriate support and resources when necessary.

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Chinese Educators Visit BJU

The Bob Jones University School of Education, in partnership with Bob Jones Academy (BJA) and BJU Press, is hosting an intensive educational advancement program for nearly 50 Chinese educators Jan.22 through Feb. 1. 

Designed to develop an international relationship with Chinese educators, the program provides practical and meaningful education training. In sessions with BJU Press speakers and writers, Chinese educators are learning how to use BJU Press products, classroom management skills, and technology in their classroom.

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Bob Jones University will serve as the training site for the Greenville Triumph Soccer Club under a partnership reached between the university and the club, the team, and school have announced.

The club will utilize the soccer fields as well as dedicated space to house a locker room, coaching offices and a players' lounge. The Triumph and BJU are finalizing plans for improvements to the space to better serve both the club and the university's athletic programs.

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Washington Center Adapted Science Teacher, Jamie Taber and students are pictured selling healthy, organic foods through the school’s environmentally friendly Seagull Sustainability Shop.
Washington Center Adapted Science Teacher, Jamie Taber and students are pictured selling healthy, organic foods through the school’s environmentally friendly Seagull Sustainability Shop.

Washington Center’s Adaptive Environmental Science teacher, Jamie Taber was awarded the Champion of the Environment major grant winner, receiving $2,400 for establishing the school’s Sustainable Seagulls project.  The project focuses on teaching students to reduce waste through upcycling, turning “trash into treasure,” to help reduce the carbon footprint. Through the grant an online and in-house store, Seagull Sustainability Shop in which plants and edible greens are raised and sold to help raise funds for the school.  Art teacher, Amanda Wakely also contributes to the project by helping students to turn recycled items into handmade crafts. A commercial will soon be aired in Columbia, SC featuring this project!

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GREENVILLE, S.C. (January 30, 2019) — In a press conference at University Center Greenville, Bob Jones University today announced its membership in University Center and the location of its new School for Continuing, Online and Professional Education (SCOPE) at that facility.

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