Category : Author

Alumni Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Katie Karnehm

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Dayton, Ohio native Katie Karnehm chose IWU for two major reasons: its writing major and its atmosphere, which was more relaxed than her ultraconservative high school. “I appreciated not having an attitude of legalism at IWU,” Dr. Karnehm explains. After briefly considering triple majoring in writing, art, and psychology, she shifted her focus to a

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Jessica Thorne – Human Trafficking | iwualumniblog.com

New author, Megan Emily shares this week’s blog on alumnae Jessica Thorne. Check it out: Jessica Thorne – Human Trafficking | iwualumniblog.com. Megan is a senior at IWU and works part-time with the Alumni Relations Office as Story Teller and Content Creator. Her role in the coming days will be to share alumni stories in each

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Alumni Authors Autobiography

Yussef Norman Johnson, ’88 shares his testimony of grace through his new book, Gang Banger in a Pinstriped Suit. Johnson’s book takes its readers on a journey through major life events that helped shape the person that Johnson is today. Johnson has an Associate degree in Criminal Justice, A Bachelor of Science Degree in Sociology,

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Mel Shoemaker ’62 Authors

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News Release – IWU Graduate (B.A. 1962) Publishes Mel Shoemaker ’62, a graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University and Asbury Theological Seminary (M.Div. with Honors, 1967), has published The Theology of the Four Gospels (WestBow Press, A Division of Thomas Nelson, 2011). Rev. Dr. Melvin H. Shoemaker was Professor of New Testament Biblical Literature and Theology

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IWU Alumni Authors “The Blackness of Utter Darkness”

Reference: http://www.journalreview.com/news/article_02f6ce26-0b42-11e1-94ea-001cc4c03286.html# Posted: Thursday, November 10, 2011 1:15 am Jamie Barrand jbarrand@jrpress.com WAYNETOWN — When Mel Vance retired as a teacher at North Montgomery High School several years ago, he decided to take up a hobby. “I didn’t do woodworking or anything, so I needed something to get me through the winters,” the 74-year-old man

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