Steve Beers Named CCCU Senior Fellow

Beers Among Nine Senior Fellows From Eight CCCU Schools Around U.S.

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SILOAM SPRINGS, Arkansas (Oct. 13, 2021) – Steve Beers, vice president for student development at John Brown University, recently accepted an invitation from the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) to become a Senior Fellow.

The Senior Fellow program’s goal is to contribute to the academic discourse of Christian higher education. The Fellows would bring thoughtful, creative and tangible ideas to challenges facing CCCU institutions.

“I am excited to accept the role of Senior Fellow,” Beers said. “I look forward to applying my talents, education and experience to move in concert with others to make a difference in student well-being and resilience. We will bring wisdom and hope to our campuses.”

Beer’s will serve a two-year renewable term and will be chairing a committee focusing on finding and disseminating best practices for student well-being.

"The hope is that as we help students become more mentally healthy they will also do better in their studies and build resilience," Beers said. "The goal is to have the list of scalable best practices for distribution to CCCU schools this summer."

Beers, who has served in his role at JBU since 1998, will serve as a Senior Fellow along with eight members from seven other CCCU schools from around the United States. Schools represented in the Fellows program include Azusa Pacific University, Wheaton College and George Fox University.

John Brown University is a leading private Christian university, training students to honor God and serve others since 1919. Arkansas’ top-ranked university (The Wall Street Journal) and top-ranked regional university (U.S. News), JBU enrolls more than 2,200 students from 37 states and 48 countries in its traditional undergraduate, graduate, online and concurrent education programs. JBU offers more than 40 undergraduate majors, with top programs including nursing, psychology, kinesiology, engineering, biology, family and human services, and graphic design. Eighteen graduate programs are available in business, counseling, cybersecurity, education and higher education.


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