Monthly Archives: June 2019

What is an M.Ed. and Who Needs One?

By Sarah Nguyen An M.Ed. stands for Master of Education and is ideal for someone looking to advance their teaching career, impact students’ lives, and gain a competitive edge in the field of education. Explore the best online education master’s degrees at Regent. So why choose a master’s degree in education (M.Ed.)? Whether this is your …

41 Regent University Students Journey to Israel for a Special Trip

For many students, summer is a time of rest, recuperation and relaxation. However, for 41 students from Regent University — nearly all of whom are students in the School of Divinity’s (SOD) master’s and doctoral programs — it’s been one of travel, exploration, and education in a place filled with historical and archeological significance for …

The Top 10 Portable Degrees for Military Families

By Brett Tubbs Your life may change from year to year, but your career field doesn’t have to. Let’s face it: When it comes to being a part of a military family, many of life’s big decisions are oftentimes left up to a what the branch of your service needs. While a life of traveling …

Remembering Colonel Richard “Rich” Jemiola

Community invited to attend a celebration of life service on Friday, June 14 at the University Chapel Saturday, June 8, 2019 marked the passing of respected community member, and trusted partner in Regent University’s executive team – Colonel Richard “Rich” Jemiola. During his 20 years with the university, Jemiola built a legacy, quite literally, throughout …

Regent University School of Law Places 1st in Donation Competition

Last week, Regent University School of Law (LAW) students, faculty and staff wrapped up their efforts to contribute to the 1.5 million pounds of food collected by the Virginia legal community in the 13th Annual Legal Food Frenzy. “I am so proud of our students’ continuing demonstrated commitment to helping alleviate the hunger problem in …

Making Sense of Tragedy; Is It Possible?

A Message from Dr. William Hathaway Dean, School of Psychology & Counseling The Regent University School of Psychology & Counseling has been actively engaged in helping to meet the needs of those who suffer traumas, tragedies and other life challenges for many years through training and services our team of mental health educators and students …