Luc Stringer | Banner | The walkers began shortly after the runners, laughing and talking amongst themselves.

Students participate in 5K for Malawi hunger crisis

Around 40 participants took their marks on the morning of March 7 for the Move for Malawi 5K, a fundraiser to aid the hunger crisis in Malawi. The proceeds will benefit Benita Africa Mission, a ministry that partners with missionaries in Africa to support people evangelically, economically and socially. The 5K was hosted by California […]

Courtesy of Stacy Meyer | Banner | Stacy Meyer meets with a team of preschool teachers at a village in Mawali, Africa, Sharing new teaching materials.

Professor helps students in Malawi

Stacy Meyer, adjunct professor of education at California Baptist University, trained village preschool teachers in Malawi from Aug. 7-21, working with a faith-based organization called Sub—Saharan African Family Enrichment (SAFE). SAFE does many things, but the area Meyer works with is called Building Understanding in Literacy Development (BUILD), which is a pilot program for preschools. […]

Courtesy of Carol Minton-Ryan | Banner | Dr. Carol Minton-Ryan, professor of sociology, poses with her research team and teachers from the School for the Deaf.

Professor leads team in Malawi

Dr. Carol Minton-Ryan said when she first visited Malawi in 1998, at the time only a student herself, she had no idea of the impact a small, African country would have on her. Minton-Ryan became a professor of sociology at California Baptist University 16 years ago after working as a nurse. Her work has taken […]