NAD NewsPoints - April 26, 2023


On April 20, several Adventist publications based in North America received recognition for their work in a variety of categories at the Associated Church Press “Best of the Church Press” awards held in Chicago, Ill. Winners in 78 categories — representing 58 organizations and 728 entries — highlighted the best of faith-based journalism produced in 2022. MORE



Southwestern Adventist University is the proud recipient of Promoting Post baccalaureate Opportunities for Hispanic Americans Program (PPOHA) Title V Part B grant. Over the next five years, SWAU will receive more than $2.7 million to develop a Master of Science in Nursing Education program with state-of-the-art wrap-around student success services. MORE


This spring, Walla Walla University’s Enactus club entered the Alaska Airlines 2023 Environmental Innovation Challenge alongside 20 other teams, and took home the $5,000 Community Impact Prize for their project on energy innovation. The team of five students is developing Bionova, a biogas production process to provide a sustainable and cost-effective alternative to wood and charcoal for cooking fuel. MORE



Pacific Union College is embarking on a new three-school model for the upcoming year and announced on April 4, the appointments of the three deans who will help lead the efforts to maintain and grow the college’s academic excellence. MORE



Seventh-day Adventist Church Hosts Dinner With the Doctor (Mich.)

Adventist Health Holds Free Breast Exam for Uninsured Patients (Calif.)

Union Welcomes United Hope Seventh-day Adventist Church to Town (N.J.)

Baltimore Native Barry Black, the First Black U.S. Senate Chaplain, Celebrates 20 Years in Role (Md.)

Student Talents To Be Showcased Sunday at Klamath Adventist Christian School (Ore.)

Adventist Church Brings New Hope to the Community After Years of Virtual Worship Services (N.C.)

AdventHealth Gordon To Host Living Well Class (Ga.)

"A Total Loss" — Roof Collapses on Echo Ridge Christian School's Gym (Calif.)

Adventist Health Names New CIO (Calif.)