JUTN offering recipient affiliates with New International

KNOXVILLE – This year’s chapel offering is assisting five Johnson alumni who are currently serving in strategic vocations, including alumna Bekah Ochs. Ochs graduated from Johnson in May 2019 with a degree in Cross-Cultural Media Communication. She is now serving with New International, a mission sending organization stationed in Florida. “At our core, [New International] … Read moreJUTN offering recipient affiliates with New International

Alumni Feature: Kayla Bowman

KISSIMMEE— Kayla Bowman works as Choir Director and Elementary Music Teacher at Mountain Missions School (MMS) in Virginia. Bowman graduated from Johnson University Florida May 2017 with a Musical Arts degree. She and her husband, Eddy Bowman, married shortly after graduation and started working at Mountain Missions school. Eddy serves as a Bible teacher and … Read moreAlumni Feature: Kayla Bowman

JUTN sophomore creates business out of passion for photography

Knoxville- JUTN sophomore Hannah Mattson has transformed her passion for photography into a job and part-time business. Mattson is currently pursuing a degree in human services with a focus in psychology at JUTN. She is exploring various ways in which she could use this degree in the future but is still unsure of what she … Read moreJUTN sophomore creates business out of passion for photography

Staff Feature: Katherine Barnhart

KISSIMMEE — Katherine Barnhart works at Johnson University Florida as the Administrative Assistant of the School of Education and the Assistant Coach of the girl’s basketball team. Katherine’s husband, Jay Barnhart, accepted the position as Florida’s first-ever women’s basketball coach in June 2018. Katherine joined Johnson staff in August 2018. She said it has been a … Read moreStaff Feature: Katherine Barnhart

Meal discounts offered for non-traditional, commuter students

Knoxville — In the busyness of the day, sometimes dinner preparations get put on the back burner. Pioneer Dining Services is introducing new specials and advertising old ones to make non-traditional and commuter students’ lives easier. Every Tuesdays in the River Grill, all meals are $4 for non-traditional and commuter students. Every Thursdays, dinner costs … Read moreMeal discounts offered for non-traditional, commuter students

JU Students and Professor Attend Leadership Conference

This past week, two JU students and a professor had the opportunity to attend the United States Naval Academy Leadership Conference in Annapolis, Md. The theme of this year’s conference, “Inside Out Leadership”, was primarily focused on helping leaders know themselves first so that they could better lead those they’re in  charge of. There were … Read moreJU Students and Professor Attend Leadership Conference

Students encouraged to participate in upcoming faith, sexuality conversations

Knoxville — Johnson University’s Counseling Center is hosting round table discussions for students who are interested in diving deeper into the topic of faith and sexuality. These discussion groups are an opportunity for students to debrief following the Faith and Sexuality lectures presented by Mark Yarhouse, here Thursday. These discussions will be held at 5:30 p.m., … Read moreStudents encouraged to participate in upcoming faith, sexuality conversations

Fall senior recitals

KISSIMMEE — Two seniors at the Johnson University Florida campus performed recitals to cap off their education. Audrey Olsheske, a Musical Arts student, was first to perform her recital entitled “More Than A Conqueror” October 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the gym. Brent Glover, a Worship Ministry student, followed with his recital entitled “Hold Us … Read moreFall senior recitals