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The Winter/Spring 1983 edition of Taylor Magazine, published by Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.

Publication Date

Winter 1983


Taylor University




missionaries, births, weddings, deaths, Taylor University, Alumni, Computing Center, computers, technology, ministry, Christianity, Computer Science Department, Information Science Department, Computer Science and Engineering Department, program development, Wally Roth, John Kastelein, Robert Hodge, Gary DeClute, artificial intelligence, robotics, automation, Operation Mobilization, Timothy Diller, Connie Lightfoot, Stanley Burden, faculty, Leon Adkinson, department faculty, computer engineering, health, abortion, children, Music Building, Fine Arts Center, dedication service, new buildings, Hermanson Music Center, David Bowermeister, Bob Brunton, Becky (Thompson) Brunton, Robert Tressler, long age, Marie (Gibbs) Tressler, music ministry, music teachers, television, Taylor Club, fundraising, honors program, David Neuhouser, Chicago, inner city ministry, Olive Branch Mission, community, appointments, financial aid, politics, tuition, Pete Carlson, enrollment, Eunice (Davis) Dodge, Ralph Dodge, Elderhostel, senior citizens, high school, John Oswalt, publications, scholarships


Higher Education


In this Issue:

Exploiting Technology for Christian Service by Barb Stedman ‘80

Artificial Intelligence by the Editor, Will Cleveland ‘49

Bob Craton: Missionary-in-Residence by Barb Stedman ‘80

Who’s Who in Taylor’s Computerland

Dr. Luke’s Formula for Growth by James Oliver, M.D., Health Services Director

Pictorial—The Music Building

Alumni in the News

Multiplying Generosity by Charles Stevens ‘67

Motivated to Make a Difference by Marjorie Gowman ‘83

Class News

On and Off

Campus Merit Scholarships

Taylor University Magazine (Winter/Spring 1983)