LifeWay publishes music alumni

Two California Baptist University alumni from the Shelby and Fern Collinsworth School of Music have been published with LifeWay, a worldwide provider of Christian services and products, for writing worship music intended for congregation involvement. Styles of John Bolin, 2009 alumnus, and Eric Belvin, 2012 alumnus, will include orchestral anthems, multigenerational music and Christmas music. […]

Professor wins prestigious award for business-student research

Dr. Andrew Herrity, professor of business and entrepreneurship at California Baptist University, received the 2015- 2016 Trustees Scholar Award for his progressive research and concerns on the career endeavors of pre- and post-graduation business students and alumni. Dr. Steve Strombeck, professor of marketing and interim dean of the Dr. Robert K. Jabs School of Business, […]

Science faculty members lead team for Chaffey High School District curriculum

Five science faculty members from California Baptist University will lead a team revamping curriculum development in the Chaffey Joint Union High School District. Dr. Jim Buchholz, professor of mathematics and physics, became the principal investigator for the $1.35 million state grant, which will be spread out over the course of three years to enhance the […]

Engineering program utilizes $10 million grant for building complex

California Baptist University received an anonymous $10 million gift dedicated to constructing a new three-story engineering building comprising 100,000 square feet. The new engineering building will be located on the south side of campus, directly across from Mission Hall. The building will be completed in 2018. “We have a unique opportunity in this building to […]

Danny Gokey signs literary memoir

Danny Gokey, former third-place finalist on “American Idol”’s eighth season, attended California Baptist University’s Homecoming Weekend to perform music and promote his book, “Hope in Front of Me.” Gokey performed with his band for chapel services Nov. 6, as well as a concert Nov. 7 in the Stamps Courtyard. Kali Wade, sophomore communication disorders major, […]

Diver overcomes obstacles to continue sport

Diving demands flexibility and strength and Breanne Schlenger, junior psychology and sociology double major, returned to the diving board on California Baptist University’s swimming and diving team nine weeks after hip replacement surgery due to Perthes disease. Schlenger was diagnosed with Perthes disease when she was 13 years old. She described the disease as her […]