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SPRINGFIELD, Missouri- Global University, the accredited and specialized distance education university, of the Assemblies of God is pleased to receive its Board of Directors for its bi-annual spring meeting at the International Office in Springfield, Missouri. Every year the Board of Directors meets during the spring and fall to strategize and provide leadership for the university. This year, the Board of Directors will meet on Thursday April 19 and Friday April 20.
The bi-annual meeting will begin on Thursday evening with a reception dinner which will also be attended by the Board of Administration members from Global University. After the dinner, the Board of Directors’ advancement, constituency, finance and academic sub-committees will meet.
Global University’s Board of Directors will resume their business meetings on Friday April 20 at 8:30 am. Business sessions will continue until noon followed by a lunch break. Meetings will continue after lunch until around 3:00 pm.
“We are excited to welcome our Board of Directors once again. The time together is very valuable in moving Global University forward to accomplish our mission,” said Dr. Gary L. Seevers Jr., President of Global University. “We treasure this special time with our Board of Directors and are thankful for their commitment and support to the university.”
Global University’s Board of Directors is comprised by: Gary Blanchard, John Bueno, JoAnn Butrin, Bob Cook, George Flattery, Yukio Funatsu, Betty Johnson, Mark Lehmann, John Maracle, Scott Marcum, Ron Maddux, Greg Mundis, James McHaffie, Lowell Nystrom, Peter Sleebos, Zollie Smith, Randy Valimont and Dr. George Wood, General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God.
About Global University
Global University is a fully accredited non profit Christian University, in the Pentecostal tradition, based out of Springfield, Missouri. As a worldwide online and distance education pioneer, the university integrates education and service through a network in 150 countries, including the United States. Its three main languages of instruction are English, Spanish and French for undergraduate programs.