How to Utilize Your Academic Adviser

By Bailey Linton on February 4, 2019

When I was growing up, my parents always stressed the importance of finding myself a mentor.

Their reason for pushing me toward mentors should be obvious—there are wise people out there who have been in the same situations I eventually faced in adolescence. No matter how independent I wanted to be as a child, sometimes I had to admit that I needed help from someone else who knew exactly how to solve…

That I May See: Director of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs Kenneth Russell on Justice

By Dave Emerson on November 19, 2018

Justice.

For many, the word "justice" fits within very specific confines: often tied to a court of law or an explicit people group.

We think of justice as arbitration—"these people are guilty." Or, "this child is innocent."

We don't think of justice as a vital aspect of our core identity.

What's more, we often actively resist the notion that injustice exists as an inherent bias within our being…

On Engineering and Faith: A Q&A with Professor Matt Williams

By Allison Todd on December 13, 2017

Matt Williams, assistant professor of engineering, recently joined the Cornerstone University community as a faculty member in the Kinesiology, Science & Mathematics Division. With degrees in both engineering and theology, he is passionate about preparing college students to excel as virtuous engineering professionals and committed disciples of Christ.

During a recent conversation, Professor Williams…

Surviving Your First Year as an Engineering Student

By Allison Todd on November 6, 2017

Freshman year at college is an adventure. You are in a new city, you have new friends and you begin to feel your first sense of independence. While it's great to finally experience freedom, being responsible with your time and resources is vitally important as you begin to feel the pressures of your course load, especially for an engineering student.

Getting to Know Your College Professors

By Meredith Sweet on May 19, 2017

It's the first week of classes, and you're feeling overwhelmed. You're surrounded by new classmates in a new building at a university you only visited once or twice before you moved in. The professor at the front of the room keeps lecturing about her expectations for the course, but you have no idea how you'll get her to remember your name, let alone pass the class.