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After four decades, Doug Pennoyer, former Dean of Cook School of Intercultural Studies, returns to the jungle village where his anthropology career got its start.
Biola University is pleased to announce selection of Dr. Bulus Galadima as the new dean of the Cook School of Intercultural Studies effective July 15, 2014.
The Cook School of Intercultural Studies is pleased to announce the inaugural edition of the International Journal of Christianity and English Language Teaching (IJC&ELT, ISSN 2334-1866, online), the official journal of the Christian English Language Educators Association (CELEA) and supported by theDepartment of Applied Linguistics and TESOL at Biola University.
Kaarel Lilleoja, an M.A. Intercultural Studies student, runs for Biola and his home country of Estonia in world’s second-largest sports event. “It is the second biggest sports event after the Olympics,” said Lilleoja. “I feel really blessed to be able to take part in the games for a third time.”
Meet Dr. Allen Yeh, Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies and Missiology. He's been to over 50 countries in every continent, to study, do missions work, and experience the culture.
Allen blogs at: alleylyeh.wordpress.com/
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.