Columbia International University alumnus Paul Silva is becoming popular in South Carolina’s Lowcountry as a “New Era” artist. That means he mixes traditional painting with computer technology and digital photography to create vivid yet soft pieces.
By Bob Holmes
Imagine you’re the coach of a soccer team that is about to compete in an international tournament. But you’ve never met your players. That’s the situation Columbia International University Women’s Soccer Coach Kara Farnsworth found herself in over the summer. Not only had she not met the players, the players had never met each other.
Are you getting excited? A little nervous? We’re a combination of both because the countdown is on!
When is move-in day?
Move-in day is about two weeks away and we are looking forward to your arrival on August 17. Returning students move in on August 20.
What should I pack?
While you’re thinking about what to pack, review our list of room essentials and prohibited items.
What else do I need to do?
Review the new student checklist to make sure you’ve done your homework before you arrive. Homework? Yes, things like making your housing and enrollment deposits, selecting a meal plan, and completing the housing placement survey and your financial aid file.
New Student Orientation
Don’t forget to register for orientation. Once you’re all moved in, you and your family will attend Connect:CIU, our new student orientation event. Take a look at the orientation schedule so you’ll know what to expect.
Damian Hurta Becomes Coach for a Week
By Bob Holmes
Dozens of Christian school educators from five nations are on the campus of Columbia International University this week for the annual International Institute for Christian School Educators (IISCE). Nations represented include the United States, China, the Dominican Republic, Guatemala and Nigeria.
Columbia International University invites qualified individuals to apply for the role of full-time faculty member to teach in its CACREP-accredited Master of Arts in Counseling degree. The MA in Counseling degree equips clinical mental health counselors within a biblical worldview in order to provide Christ-like therapeutic relationships for healing and growth.
The primary role of this position involves teaching six or seven required courses per year in the MA in Counseling degree. Attendant faculty responsibilities include advising students, participating in program and university committees, participating in university faculty activities, and attending chapel/prayer day activities.
Candidates should have completed a Doctor of Philosophy degree with a concentration in Counselor Education and Supervision, have significant teaching and clinical experience, and be eligible for licensure as a professional counselor in South Carolina (LPC or LMFT).
Candidates who have an earned doctoral degree in a related field (e.g., Counseling Psychology, Marriage and Family, Therapy) and who have been employed as a full-time faculty member in a counselor education for at least one full academic year before July 1, 2013, may be considered.
Applications should be sent to the CIU Human Resources Dept. For information about this position, contact Dr. John D. Harvey, Dean; (803)-807-5363; firstname.lastname@example.org