The BJU delegation to the South Carolina Student Legislature was named “Best Mid-Sized Delegation” during the fall session held at the South Carolina State House on Oct. 22-24.
“The success of the premed program at BJU is best illustrated by the results,” said Dr. Marc Chetta, department of biology. Indeed, with an average medical school acceptance rate of 85%, compared with the national average of 48%, and consistently higher than average MCAT scores, the results speak for themselves.
BJU students will be working on self-guided vehicles as part of a larger study on a possible mass transit system for Greenville.
President Steve Pettit names Dr. Sam Horn as Vice President for Ministerial Advancement effective January 2015. Horn will also serve as Dean of the Seminary and School of Religion, and Dr. Steve Hankins and Dr. Royce Short will become associate deans.
On Oct. 2, the University Symphony Orchestra presented an evening with guest artist David Kim, concertmaster of The Philadelphia Orchestra.