When we think of professor-student research collaboration, the humanities usually are not the first subjects to come to mind; however, just this last year, professor-student research in the humanities reached print. An NNU English professor and undergraduate student’s research project eventually led to the writing and publication of “Literary Catholicity: an Alternate Reading of Influence in the Work of C.S. Lewis and G.K. Chesterton.”
Three NNU academic support faculty share their advice to help students navigate the challenges of the demanding college schedule. Here are their six top tips and CASA services that you should be taking advantage of.
The answer is "yes," but that doesn't mean it's time to panic. Current college students give insight into the college experience: they explain why college is harder than high school, and what they do to make it easier.
College is hard enough when you attend every class and have immediate access to a supportive community of professors and students. Try taking those classes on a different continent from your classmates and you’ve got a whole new set of challenges. Find out how graphic design student Sacha Johnston survived a 10,000-mile separation from her NNU family.
Alumnus Andrew Olsen learned that the substance of his degree mattered much more than its title in his grad school pursuits. Access to faculty and unique real-world experiences have put him on a path to success in his field, wildlife biology.
NNU MBA alumna Yuliya Yatsyshina came to NNU from Kazakhstan. She found her course work to be challenging but accessible thanks to the outstanding faculty who stretched but also supported her.
Whatever you’re studying in your time at NNU—from organic chemistry to human resource management—you’ll find enormous value in the instruction and personal relationships you’ll development with our expert faculty.