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Biola Granted Full Membership in NCAA Division II Athletics, photo of Biola basketball team playing in Chase Gymnasium

Biola University Granted Full Membership in NCAA Division II Athletics

Full membership in NCAA Division II affords Biola teams the right to compete in NCAA postseason events and appear in national and regional rankings beginning in 2019-20.

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In-N-Out CEO, Lynsi Snyder-Ellingson, Encouraged Graduates at Biola’s Commencement Ceremonies to Live Radically

May 21, 2019

More than 900 students received their diploma with a special gift, this year.

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Biology Professor Wendy Billock Propels Sciences to Advance and Champion Students

May 16, 2019

Learn more about how Biola's "professor with the blue hair" is making waves in STEM curriculum.

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John M. Perkins Honored with Biola University’s Colson Conviction and Courage Award

March 5, 2019

The civil rights activist, minister, author and speaker received the award at Biola’s Student Congress on Racial Reconciliation.

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New Game Design and Interactive Media Concentration Offers New Career Path for Cinema and Media Arts Majors

February 9, 2019

Game design classes offer students the ability to apply skills across industries such as psychotherapy, education, marketing and audience engagement.

Rosemead School of Psychology student Sarah Millwee pictured with her award-winning poster

Rosemead Student’s Research Wins Competition at APA Annual Conference

January 31, 2019

Rosemead School of Psychology student Sarah Millwee was selected as the winner of the American Psychological Association (APA) Division 36 — Society for the Study of the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality — poster contest at the APA’s 2018 Annual Convention. 

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Biola Professors Share Expertise in New Book on Special Education Published in Arabic

January 14, 2019

June Hetzel, dean of Biola University's School of Education, co-edited the book Inclusive Classrooms for Community Flourishing with special education professor Robin LaBarbera, in partnership with SKILD: Smart Kids with Individual Learning Differences in Lebanon. 

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