WASHINGTON – The Board of Directors of the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities is pleased to announce the appointment of Shirley V. Hoogstra, J.D., as the next president of the CCCU. Hoogstra will assume the responsibilities of the position on Sept. 29, 2014.
OXFORD, England - Scholarship & Christianity in Oxford (SCIO), the UK subsidiary of the CCCU, is pleased to announce a call for scholars for a new project funded by the Templeton Religion Trust. Bridging the Two Cultures of Science and the Humanities 2015–16 is a significant opportunity for 25 early- to mid-level career faculty members from the CCCU and across the globe to experience an enhanced series of summer seminars aimed at developing interdisciplinary skills in science and religion. The project will also provide funding for new opportunities for students at their home institutions and a short conference for presidents of participating institutions.
WASHINGTON – Eight institutions that are part of the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities were recognized in a prestigious 2014 list of best places to work, with four receiving additional recognition as “the best of the best” within their size divisions.
College of the Ozarks
Trinity Christian College
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