Rita Karnes is the school nurse for JUTN. She highlights the main reason why she has been involved in JU for more than 18 years which is because of how rewarding her job is. She is set to retire December, 2018.
KNOXVILLE — Harvesters will be hosting a night of prayer tomorrow evening beginning at 10:30 p.m. lasting till 6 a.m. the … More
KNOXVILLE — Johnson’s Public Health majors will be hosting a Health and Wellness Fair from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Thursday … More
KNOXVILLE — Johnson’s drama group will be performing The Hollow, by Agatha Christie at 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The … More
KNOXVILLE — Johnson University’s campus has been shaped and molded by hundreds of individuals through the years. Approaching the 125th anniversary, … More
Many in Johnson University’s community believe that evangelicalism has stifled the voice of women and their participation in church leadership roles. Some students and faculty feel there is a lack of women in Johnson’s Preaching and Church Leadership major. Students suggest changes that they believe need to be made regarding women in church leadership.
KNOXVILLE — Black History Month, the annual observance marking the importance of African Americans to history, began February first, and Johnson … More
KNOXVILLE — Alumni, friends, faculty and staff gathered together yesterday for a special dedication of Shiloh on the Heights: Columbarium, Memorial … More