The first professor at NNC with a doctorate, Olive Winchester left a profound mark on NNC, the Church of the Nazarene and the world.
Three psychology alumni establish Idaho’s premier multidisciplinary clinic and change the way complex care is delivered to children with developmental, emotional and behavioral differences.
Founded in 1920 by Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Mangum, Samaritan Hospital served the Nampa community until 1967 while providing medical training to countless nurses headed to the mission field.
Known as a dynamic combination of professional athletic talent and business aptitude, Bill Rapp, 1982 alumnus, was named as the University’s new athletic director beginning in October.
Centennial. One hundred years. How do you calculate and appreciate all that has occurred across one hundred years? So many presidents, professors, students, staff, churches, pastors, laity. What guided them? What connected them? As we look back in history’s hindsight, patterns and priorities begin to emerge.