Dec. 5, 2016
Biola anthropology professor Paul Langenwalter spoke at the Fresno County branch of the Archaeological Institute of America’s monthly society meeting in October, presenting findings on “The Great Medicine Rock."
Dec. 2, 2016
Ken Nehrbass and Allen Yeh’s recently published books offer new insights on cross-cultural perspectives
Oct. 5, 2016
Kitty Purgason of Cook School of Intercultural Studies awarded grant to train teachers in Tajikistan next year.
July 26, 2016
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.
July 13, 2016
In June, three Cook School of Intercultural Studies doctoral students attended the American Society of Missiology conference.
April 27, 2016
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.
Oct. 12, 2015
Biola University Mourns the Loss of Marvin Keene Mayers
On Saturday Oct. 3, 2015, Marvin Keene Mayers, Biola University’s founding dean of Cook School of Intercultural Studies, passed away. Mayers was 87-years-old. A missionary, scholar, educator, mentor, and role model, Mayers is widely recognized as a significant figure of evangelical missiological anthropology.
March 20, 2015
The International Journal of Christianity and English Language Teaching is the journal of the Christian English Language Educators Association (CELEA) and is supported by the Department of Applied Linguistics and TESOL at Biola University. IJC&ELT publishes articles and reviews related to English Language Teaching (ELT), with a perspective of particular interest to Christians, and specifically Christian English language educators.
July 17, 2014
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.
July 19, 2013
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.”
Nov. 9, 2009
Published by Cook School of Intercultural Studies, "The Great Commission Research Journal" is an academic journal devoted to research and scholarly thinking related to effective church growth and evangelism.