DIU’s new Global Affairs major prepares students to engage the world with a faith-based and global perspective for the common good.
Discover how Dr. Timothy Oluminu’s journey from Nigerian businessman to minister culminates in his role as the new chaplain at Dallas International University.
DIU’s Transform small groups focused on unity through the fall, fostering spiritual growth and campus-wide connections.
The latest issue of JLCR focuses on the intersection of literacy, Scripture, and Bible translation and includes a host of book reviews from various domains.
This course prepares students to do literacy in contexts having little or no tradition of literacy, no instructional materials exist and where there may or may not even be an alphabet.
DIU faculty, students, and alumni presented vital insights and groundbreaking research at this year’s Bible Translation Conference.
DIU’s new Certificate in Arts and Trauma Healing prepares students to address the pressing need for trauma care in today’s world.
The seven-course certificate, taught in ASL and written English, provides foundations for working with sign language communities, especially in other countries