Posts tagged: Stem

Grateful!

By Joe Stowell on June 26, 2018

Our graduates have stories of significant influence in our world for Christ. Some in the ministry, some in missions and many in the marketplace where the testimony of their lives draws attention to the gospel lived out through them.

All of this makes me grateful that God has called me to serve in an enterprise that is busy raising a new generation of cultural influencers for Christ and His Kingdom…

Tony Paladino (B.S. ’08): Stewarding Creation in Yosemite National Park

By Jordan Grooters on July 13, 2018

When Tony Paladino (B.S. ’08) first visited Cornerstone University, he knew it was a place he would call home.

"I remember visiting Cornerstone for the first time and being overwhelmed by the amount of compassion that they had for me, feeling so encouraged about what my life could look like as a student," Tony said.

As a student with some learning challenges, the learning resource center helped Tony…

Dylan Berens: Sharing Christ's Love Through Science

By Jordan Grooters on June 19, 2019

For Cornerstone University student Dylan Berens (B.S. ’21), a pre-med major from Shelby, Mich., summer means time spent with friends and family but also time spent preparing for his future career.

A Desire to Make a Difference

As a high school senior, Dylan didn't know what he wanted to study, but he knew that he wanted to cultivate his love for science and learn more about how to spread Christ's…

Grant Nink: STEMing from His Studies

By Leslie VerBerkmoes on July 23, 2019

It takes a special person to work in the health care system, and Grant Nink is one of them. Grant is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and awaiting graduation in spring 2020. This summer, Grant assisted as an intern at the Sparrow Regional Cancer Center.