Biaggi Family Joins MEU Team

With the onset of spring semester, we have been welcoming new arrivals to campus. We consider it an enormous blessing that Dr. Carlos Biaggi, a new professor in the Faculty of Business Administration, and his wife Silvana, now teaching in our English Language Institute, accepted the call to serve in the Middle East at MEU. […]

Learning through Personal Interaction

This week, we have had the immense privilege of welcoming two chefs from Andrews University to our campus. Their visit has shown not only a commitment to excellence from our cafeteria staff, but also a demonstration of the highly-developed camaraderie that we now share with our sister institution. Their presence has truly been a blessing […]

Bringing Donations to Syrian Refugee Camps

The sadness of war has no limit, but when many hands work together, relief can come from small things that maybe for us go unnoticed in our comfortable lives and houses. However, for those in need, these small things are vital. Last week, the MEU Chaplaincy teamed up with the Women’s Ministries Department of the […]

University Hosts Bi-annual European Theology Teachers Convention

Making the Gospel’s appeal real and authentic within modern society is an issue pastors and theologians constantly wrestle with. This question: how does the gospel translate today? Was the primary question behind the theme of this year’s European Theology Teachers Convention (ETTC): The Translatable Gospel. Theologians from throughout the world came to the campus of […]

General Conference President Ted Wilson Visits the University

Pastor Ted Wilson, President of the General Conference of Seventh-Day-Adventists (SDA) headquartered in Maryland, USA, visited Middle East University (MEU) from March 21 to 24, during his two week tour to Europe and the Middle East. President Wilson holds the position of highest authority within the global SDA denomination. The visit of President Wilson marks a […]

Members of the University Assist California Group With Aid Work

Reaching the needs of the downtrodden and displaced was a central tenet of Jesus’ ministry while he walked on this earth. In the same spirit, a group from Weimar College, CA hosted by Middle East University (MEU), worked through the University Church Women’s Ministries (UCWM) Syrian Refugee Project in order to provide for the needs […]