BJU Cinema Students iNRB Awards 2022

Bob Jones University cinema students were recently recognized at the annual National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) Convention held March 8-11, at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. This is the eighth time BJU students have entered the competition. They have won awards in the film category every year. For the last two years, they swept the film category.

NRB presents awards to undergraduate or graduate student intercollegiate NRB members for outstanding examples of radio, television, and film productions. The convention allows students to network with professionals in their fields and participate in workshops related to Christian media.

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Bob Jones University will host the sixth annual Allen Jacobs Memorial Prayer Breakfast Friday, March 18, 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.

Spartanburg County Sheriff Chuck Wright will deliver the keynote address. During the breakfast, the Award of Merit, the Distinguished Achievement Award and the Allen Jacobs Award of Valor will be presented. 

The breakfast is provided free of charge to area law enforcement personnel. Elected officials, business owners and community leaders from across the Upstate attend and sponsor the event.

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Allen Jacobs 2022

Bob Jones University will host the sixth annual Allen Jacobs Memorial Prayer Breakfast Friday, March 18, 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.

Spartanburg County Sheriff Chuck Wright will deliver the keynote address. During the breakfast, the Award of Merit, the Distinguished Achievement Award and the Allen Jacobs Award of Valor will be presented. 

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Dr. Marti Glass, director of adult and professional studies for North Greenville University's College of Humanities and Science and associate professor of psychology, was recognized as Reserve Officer of the Year by the Landrum Police Department.
Dr. Marti Glass, director of adult and professional studies for North Greenville University's College of Humanities and Science and associate professor of psychology, was recognized as Reserve Officer of the Year by the Landrum Police Department.

North Greenville University (NGU) Director of Adult and Professional Studies for the College of Humanities and Science and Associate Professor of Psychology Dr. Marti Glass was recognized as Reserve Officer of the Year for his outstanding excellence in service to the Landrum Police Department (PD). The award was presented at an awards dinner on Thursday, Feb. 24.

"Officer Glass exemplifies excellence in his service to the Landrum Police Department and the community. He volunteered 236 hours to the department in 2021," said Landrum Police Department Chief of Police Kris Ahler (M.B.A. '13). "His demeanor, attitude, and dedication to duty are exceptional. Officer Glass is a confidant, friend, and beloved colleague for the officers."

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Trevor Lawrence BJU

Bob Jones University and the Bruins Athletic Club are hosting the “Bruins Athletic Club 10 Year Anniversary Gala: An Evening with Trevor Lawrence” on Monday, March 28, at 7 p.m. in the Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium on the BJU campus.

A generational talent, Trevor Lawrence was the first pick in the 2021 NFL Draft and most anticipated NFL player in decades. His collegiate tenure was highlighted by three consecutive ACC Championships, two undefeated regular seasons and a National Championship title in 2018, where he was also named Offensive MVP. A leader in every sense of the word, Lawrence has claimed his space in Clemson’s record books finishing third on the school’s all-time leading passer list and tied for second on the all-time touchdown passes list.

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BJU Faculty Forum 2021

Dr. Gary Weier, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at Bob Jones University, today announced a Faculty Forum on the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. The forum will be held Thursday, March 3, from 7 - 8:30 p.m. in Stratton Hall on the BJU campus. 

“The recent invasion of Ukraine has dominated the news. Many are concerned but struggling to sort through the barrage of information and misinformation. Additionally, those in the BJU community who have family in or ties to the region are understandably troubled about the implications for their loved ones and their ability to return to their homeland,” said Weier. “The goal of the forum is to educate and inform. Our BJU faculty panelists bring a wealth of subject matter expertise to this complex situation which has serious geopolitical ramifications. They will provide a framework for processing the conflict as well as have a civil and interactive dialogue.” 

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Samson et Dalila 2010

The Bob Jones University Opera Association will present Samson et Dalila by Camille Saint-Saëns on March 8, 10, and 12 at 7:30 p.m. in Rodeheaver Auditorium.

The dramatic opera, which debuted in 1877, portrays the biblical account of Samson as he turns his eyes from the God of the Hebrews to the worldly pleasures of the oppressive Philistines and the deceptive ploys of the temptress Dalila.

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