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U.S. News Best Colleges names ONU a 2024 Top Ten Best Value
Olivet continues to ascend in the US News Best College rankings
Olivet Honored as College of Distinction 2019-2020
Recognized for committed implementation of high impact educational practices.
Olivet Stem Camp 2019 Introduced Students to Engineering Careers
Martin D. Walker School of Engineering and Technology professors led fast-paced learning activities during the one-week session.
Society of Women Engineers at Olivet hosts ‘Introduce a Girl to Engineering’
Inspiring middle school girls to pursue STEM careers
Olivet students hired for jobs and internships during Society of Women Engineers conference
More than 300 national and international companies participated in this onsite career fair.
Olivet STEM Camp 2018 introduced students to engineering careers
High school and college transfer students got a head start on an engineering degree at Olivet Nazarene University’s 2018 STEM Camp. Professors from the Martin D. Walker School of Engineering and Technology guided participants as they began or continued college degree work and explored career possibilities in science, technology, engineering and math.
Olivet presents 2017 Young Alumni Award to engineering and art majors
When a graphic designer marries an engineer and both share a desire to serve the Lord, God definitely blesses in ways neither of them could have imagined 10 years ago.
Olivet recognized as 2017-2018 College of Distinction for Engineering
Recently recognized for excellence by CollegesofDistinction.com, the Martin D. Walker School of Engineering at Olivet Nazarene University sets high standards for its students.
Computer engineering executive to speak at Olivet Commencement
Dr. Shannon Bradshaw, an Olivet Nazarene University alumnus and vice president of education for MongoDB, Inc., is the keynote speaker for Olivet’s 104th undergraduate Commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 6, at 9:30 a.m., in the University’s Betty and Kenneth Hawkins Centennial Chapel.