CORDmagazine Spring 2015

In this issue ...


  • Connecting in the CORDless Times (by Ryan Teller ’98, p. 4) 


  • New four-year scholarships make Union a top value (by Ryan Teller ’98, p. 5)
  • Campus facelift continues with ad building entrance and lobby (by Stefani Leeper ’16, p. 6)
  • Expanding the virtual classroom Shared classrooms between sister colleges help improve academic offerings at Union (by Natalie Bruzon ’16, p. 7)
  • ForeSight Enriches Union College’s Future
    Union College receives more than $4 million in estate gifts in less than a year (by Scot Coppock, Director of Leadership Giving, p. 8-9)
  • Start your nursing education now
    Union College introduces an early admission track for the nursing program (by Ryan Teller ’98, p. 10)
  • These young adults don’t want to leave
    Union students host a summit to find ways young people can connect
    with the Adventist Church (by Stefani Leeper ’16, p. 11)
  • Union’s president answers questions about goals and growth
    (by Ricky Amimo ’16, p. 12-13)


  • THINKING BIG:(Union alum on ‘Being a hoot!’)(by Joellyn Sheehy ’14, p. 14-15)
  • Business owners Paul and Christy Prevo use lessons from Union to run thriving early childhood education centers (by Lauren Bongard Schwarz ’05, p. 16-17)
  • For Amanda Sauder Maggard ’04, every opportunity is a learning experience. And she made the most of her opportunities at Union and since then to recently become administrator of the new Florida Hospital facility in Winter Garden.(by Brittany Wren, p. 18-19)
  • Union graduate finds dream job with BNSF Railroad (by Mindy Liebelt ’11, p. 20-21)
  • Design by Numbers (by Brittany Wren, p. 22-23)

 In every issue

  • Class-ifieds (p. 24-28)
  • People Placements (p. 29)
  • In Memory (p. 29-34)
  • ForeSight: Building an Exit Strategy (p.