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Judson University Pays Tribute to Former President and Trustee Emeritus Dr. James Didier

Judson University Pays Tribute to Former President and Trustee Emeritus Dr. James Didier

(ELGIN, IL – Feb. 21, 2020) Judson University pays tribute to Dr. James W. Didier of Elgin, who in a span of 45 years, helped Judson College develop new academic programs and a legacy of providing quality programs in a Christian environment.

Judson Seeks Nominations for the 2020 Volunteer Service Award and Youth Award

 

Judson Seeks Nominations for the 2020 Volunteer Service Award for Annual Community Prayer Breakfast

(ELGIN, IL – February 19, 2020) Judson University is seeking nominations for the D. Ray Wilson Volunteer Service Award and the Bea Wilson Youth Service Award, which are presented each year at Judson University’s Community Prayer Breakfast. 

Both awards recognize candidates who have contributed to the greater good in the Fox Valley community by voluntarily serving others' physical, emotional, intellectual or spiritual needs. The recognitions are given annually during Judson University's Community Prayer Breakfast, which will be held Monday, May 4.

Architecture Lecture to Feature Gary Wang, AIA

Architecture Lecture to Feature Gary Wang, AIA

(ELGIN, IL – February 14, 2020) Judson University’s Department of Architecture will host a lecture featuring Gary Wang at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, February 21, in Herrick Chapel (1151 N. State St., Elgin). This continues the department’s ongoing Architecture Lecture series, and is free and open to the public.

Judson to Host Tax Assistance Program

Judson to Host Tax Assistance Program

(Elgin, IL - Feb. 14, 2020) Judson University will host a Tax Assistance Program in Lindner Tower on Wednesdays and Saturdays until April 15.

Judson to Host Annual Beyond Colorblind Series in Chapel

Judson to Host Annual Beyond Colorblind Series in Chapel

(ELGIN, IL – February 7, 2020) Judson University’s Chapel Ministry will feature a series next month during chapel entitled Beyond Colorblind, highlighting the importance of diversity and Black History Month within the Judson community. The series will commence at 10 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, February 17, 19, and 21 at the Herrick Chapel (1151 N. State St., Elgin) and is open to the public. Featured speakers will include author and pastor D.A. Horton and Ray Chang, ministry associate at Wheaton College.

Judson University to Host Architecture and Interior Design Career Fair

Judson University to Host Architecture and Interior Design Career Fair

(ELGIN, IL – February 5, 2020) Judson University’s Department of Architecture will host its annual Career Fair for Architecture and Interior Design students on Thursday, February 20 in the Reed Room of Lindner Tower (1151 N. State St, Elgin). The Department anticipates representation of eighteen firms at the event, which will be open to Judson University students. The event begins at 9:30 a.m. and concludes at 3:30 p.m.

Judson University’s 2020 World Leaders Forum to feature retired Gen. David Petraeus

 

Judson University’s 2020 World Leaders Forum to feature retired Gen. David Petraeus

Petraeus to share insights from 37-year military career this October in Schaumburg

(ELGIN, IL Feb. 4, 2020) Judson University announced today that foreign policy expert and retired Gen. David Petraeus will keynote the ninth World Leaders Forum on Oct. 20 in Schaumburg. Petraeus served 37 years in the U.S. military, including as commander of U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, before being appointed by then-President Barack Obama as the director of the Central Intelligence Agency in 2011. In civilian life, Petraeus now serves as chairman of the KKR Global Institute, an investment firm, and holds various roles supporting veterans service organizations.

Pastor Derrick Puckett of Renewal Church Chicago to Lead Spiritual Enrichment Week February 3-7

Pastor Derrick Puckett of Renewal Church Chicago to Lead Spiritual Enrichment Week February 3-7

(ELGIN, IL – January 16, 2020) The Judson community will welcome Pastor Derrick Puckett of Renewal Church Chicago to lead the weeklong Spiritual Enrichment Week, daily from February 3-7. The chapel times on Monday, Wednesday and Friday will be 10 a.m. in Herrick Chapel (1151 N. State St., Elgin). The services for Tuesday and Thursday will be at 11 a.m. Chapel events are free and open to the public. Spiritual Enrichment Week is a recurring chapel series focused on re-energizing the Judson student base with discussions about real-life, practical topics.

Judson University Athletics Unveils New Athletics Brand Identity

Judson University Athletics Unveils New Athletics Brand Identity

(ELGIN, IL – January 29, 2020) When Michael Figueroa approached Judson President Gene Crume about a new graphic identity that he had created for the Judson Eagles during his graphics class, he knew it was a longshot. But Figueroa’s story, talent and vision for the new Athletics brand was so compelling that President Crume agreed to move forward with it. Now, Judson University is implementing Figueroa’s design and launching a new brand created for the Judson University Athletics program. This new identity is the first update to the Judson Eagles brand since it launched in August 2007, when Judson College became Judson University.

Judson Recital to Feature Professor Hong and Violinist Charlene Kluegel

Judson Recital to Feature Professor Hong and Violinist Charlene Kluegel

The Demoss Center for Worship in the Performing Arts at Judson University (1151 N. State Street) will present an afternoon of beautiful classical music on Sunday, February 2, at 3:00 p.m. in Thulin Auditorium in Thompson Hall. Dr. Sojung Lee Hong, professor of piano at Judson University, will collaborate with acclaimed violinist Charlene Kluegel, for this special performance. The recital will include works by Mozart, Messiaen and Elgar. The event is free of charge.

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