Dr. Bill Lovegrove checks students’ work on this year’s robot for the Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition.  Photo: Ethan Rogers

BJU Robotics Team prepares for international competition

The BJU Robotics Team will compete in the international Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition (IGVC) June 5-8 at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. Consisting of four engineering and information technology students, the BJU Robotics Team began five years ago under the direction of Dr. Bill Lovegrove, head of the department of physics and engineering. Meeting every

BJU to introduce interdisciplinary courses next year

Beginning this fall, students in diverse majors will have the opportunity to join forces to create a single, unified learning experience as BJU introduces its first-ever interdisciplinary courses. According to Dr. Gary Weier, BJU’s vice president for academic affairs, three such courses are in the works for next year, including Incarnation and the Humanities  (Bi

Hannah Hendrickson prepares her entry for the contest.  Photo: Ciara Weant

Students interpret ‘blue’ for BJU art and photography contest

Every year the University hosts several commencement competitions, including the Art and Photography Contest, which will focus on students’ individual interpretation of   the word ‘blue’ this year. Jay Bopp, chair of the Division of Art and Design, said all art majors are required to submit an original piece, with no assistance from staff, faculty

Student leaders converse during the 2013 Student Leadership Banquet. Photo: Photo Services

Banquet to honor over 200 student leaders at BJU

The Student Leadership Banquet to honor BJU’s student leaders will be held Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Greenville. Matthew Weathers, student leadership coordinator, said the Center for Leadership Development plans the banquet for student leaders who fill volunteer positions that take a lot of time and effort throughout the academic

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