Sarah Manapa, the granddaughter of Paulina Pasang, Queen of the Toraja people of South Sulawesi Indonesia, graduated from the Cook School of Intercultural Studies in May 2016.
In June, three Cook School of Intercultural Studies doctoral students attended the American Society of Missiology conference.
Alan McMahan, department chair of the undergraduate intercultural studies program at Cook School of Intercultural Studies, received the Great Commission Research Network’s Donald A. McGavran Award in Fall 2015 for exceptional contributions to the church.
Meet Dr. Kenneth Nehrbass, Assistant Professor of Intercultural Studies. He joined Biola University in 2014 to teach and direct the M.A. and Ph.D. programs in intercultural studies.
Since the days of Peter and Paul, effective missionaries have demonstrated the value of a strong understanding of theology, communication and adaptability to other cultures. This degree will equip you to minister effectively within other cultures by learning to better understand and appreciate them from within.