When it comes to health, the Seventh-day Adventist Church has been consistently on the forefront, but the church’s relationship with modern science has not always been so favourable.
The Great War traumatised an Anzac chaplain even though his prolific writing “put words upon that which is unspeakable,” a paper by three Avondale academics shows.
Giving to Avondale’s Annual Appeal this year will help reduce the “crippling” burden of chronic disease in the South Pacific islands. Donations to the appeal will provide seed money to Pacific islanders so they can begin postgraduate study in lifestyle medicine. The idea for this Pacific Partnership came from two academics. They talk in this post about the potential impact of the partnership and the role of lifestyle medicine in improving the quality of our health and wellbeing.
A win for best research paper at an international literary journalism studies conference has earned an Avondale lecturer academic and financial credit.
Avondale is the only private higher education provider to receive one of this year’s most competitive government grants, which it will use to improve student engagement.