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Faculty and Staff

Professors Emeriti (Year indicates appointment to faculty) William V. Crockett, Professor Emeritus of New Testament (Rockland Campus),B.A., University of Winnipeg; M.Div., Princeton Theological Seminary; Ph.D., University of Glasgow.  1980. Janet L. Dale, Professor Emeritus of Spiritual Formation and Discipleship (Rockland Campus),.  B.A., Columbia International University; M.A., Wheaton College Graduate School; Doctoral Studies, Columbia University Teachers College; Ph.D., University of […]

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Nyack History

Nyack’s founder is widely recognized as one of the foremost figures in the American missionary movement. Dr. A.B. Simpson resigned a prestigious New York City pastorate to develop an interdenominational fellowship devoted to serving unreached people. Simpson’s view was shared by a wide group of men and women, including mainline church leaders, laborers, and theological [...]
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English Department Alumni

A Conversation with Maggie Felisberto, English major graduate Dr. Gates: “As a recent English major graduate who specialized in creative writing, would you comment on some of the courses that you took in the major? Ms. Felisberto: “I took Creative Writing with Dr. Gates which forced me to approach my writing in new ways that challenged my […]

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English Department

WelcomeAboutConcentrationsCoursesRating SheetsWelcome The Nyack College English major equips men and women to develop an appreciation for and facility with language, literature, creative expression and critical inquiry.  In pursuit of our mission, English majors study a diverse body of literature from around the world, past and present, develop competence in secondary research, and learn to communicate [...]
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Information Literacy

MissionProfilesStandardsExamplesRubricsMission Information Literacy Mission Statement To provide Nyack College community with the skills and knowledge needed to effectively locate, evaluate, and use information to promote life-long learning for service to Christ and society.* Nyack College Information Literacy Definition Information literacy is an intellectual framework for identifying, finding, understanding, evaluating and using information. It includes determining [...]
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AGSC FAQ and Info

FAQCounseling OrientationAGSC HistoryFAQ What makes the Master’s degrees in counseling with AGSC so distinct? The programs at Alliance Graduate School of Counseling use the Psychospiritual counseling model, a biblically integrated clinical approach developed by Dr. Craig Ellison, founder of AGSC. What is the difference between a Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling and a [...]
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Global Service-Learning: Welcome to Your Study Abroad Experience!

2019 TripsAbout the Program2019 Trips .vc_custom_1419240516480{background-color: #f9f9f9 !important;} Global Service-Learning: Spain May 2019May 2019 with Dr. Ron Walborn and Dr. Wanda Walborn. Read more Global Service-Learning: Greece May 2019May 2019 with Dr. Amy Davis Abdallah and Mr. Ghiath Abdallah. Read more Global Service-Learning: Israel with Dr. WidbinJanuary 2019 with Dr. Bryan Widbin. Read more Global [...]
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Master of Arts in Ancient Judaism and Christian Origins

On-Campus ProgramOnline ProgramHow to ApplyFinancial ServicesOn-Campus Program Why Ancient Judaism and Christian Origins at Nyack? Students in Nyack’s AJCO Program are challenged in heart and mind to engage the world of the Bible, and so to hear more clearly the message of Scripture.  No other academic program affords students such a rich opportunity to study [...]
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