• Campus Announcements -- Sept. 2, 2015

    Black backpack found

    A black backpack with two novels has been found in CH 103.  
    It is in the Office of Student Services, which is the university’s Lost and Found location.

    Two upcoming workshops with Career Services

    There are two upcoming September workshops of interest to students serious about a career readiness. There is a Exploring Majors and Careers on Sept. 10 and 11, and one Sept. 14 with a panel of Kentucky Law Schools. Fliers on them are attached as is the fall 2015 career workshops/job fairs and events.
    For more information go to the Office of Career Services’ webpage at

    Family Weekend is Sept. 25-26

    Family Weekend, a two-day event Sept. 25-26, is an event welcoming parents to campus to see their son and/or daughter on campus. It’s an opportunity for parents to meet faculty and staff, eat lunch with their students, watch a football game and see the Dave and Ed Show as well. All parents are invited. Attached is a flier explaining details.

  • Campus Announcement -- Aug. 31, 2015

    Campbellsville University and the Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy will host the inaugural lecture of the Christians for Biblical Equality Endowed Lecture series on Tuesday, Sept. 1 at 6:30 p.m. ET in the Banquet Hall of the Badgett Academic Support Center with guest speaker Dr. Mimi Haddad, president for Christians for Biblical Equality. Dr. Haddad will be speaking on “The Invisible Power of Culture to Oppress: What Every Christian Needs to Know about Gender and Justice.” Please join us, and encourage your students to attend the lecture. Convocation Credit will be given!

    Dr. Haddad will also be speaking at Chapel on Wednesday morning, Sept. 2 at 10 a.m. in the Ransdell Chapel. Her theme for Chapel is “The Dignity and Power of Diversity: Union with Christ our Truest Identity.”

    Dr. Mimi Haddad is a graduate of the University of Colorado and Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary where she graduated summa cum laude. She
    holds a Ph.D. in historical theology from the University of Durham, England. Palmer Theological Seminary of Eastern University awarded
    her an Honorary Doctorate of Divinity in 2013. Dr. Haddad is part of the leadership of Evangelicals for Justice. She is a founding member of the Evangelicals
    and Gender Study Group at the Evangelical Theological Society, and she served as the convener of the Issue Group 24 for the 2004 Lausanne III Committee for
    World Evangelization. She has written more than 100 articles and blogs and has contributed to ten books, most recently Godly Woman –
    An Agent of Transformation published by the Evangelical Fellowship of India 2014 and The Fragrance of Christ published by the Evangelical Fellowship of India
    and the Evangelical Fellowship of India Commission on Relief 2011. She is an editor and a contributing author of Global Voices on Biblical Equality:
    Women and Men Serving Together in the Church. Haddad has contributed to Coming Together in the 21st Century: The Bible's
    Message in an Age of Diversity, edited by Curtis DeYoung. Dr. Haddad is an adjunct assistant professor at Fuller Theological Seminary (Houston), an adjunct
    assistant professor at Bethel University (Saint Paul, MN), and an adjunct professor at North Park Theological Seminary (Chicago). Haddad serves as a gender
    consultant for World Vision. She and her husband, Dale, live in the Twin Cities.

  • Campus Announcement -- Aug. 27, 2015

    Want to join the Kentucky Academy of Science? It’s free!

    CU is a 2015 Kentucky Academy of Science (KAS) Enhanced Affiliated and faculty, staff and students may join for free. KAS is a nonprofit organization providing a voice for science in Kentucky. Students in math and science and psychology are especially invited. Membership in KAS is open to anyone with an interest in science. See attached flier for more information or contact Dr. Chris Mullins, assistant professor of chemistry at CU, at at (270) 789-5041.

  • Campus Announcements -- Aug. 26, 2015

    Welcome Week Nights are in BASC upstairs

    The Welcome Week Nights during the first two weeks of school are in the upstairs of the Badgett Academic Support Center and not in the Banquet Hall. Attached is a flier with the information about each event.

    Moodle workshop is Aug. 31

    Want to know more about Moodle? Dr. Shane Garrison, dean of online education and associate professor of educational ministries in the School of Theology, will help you with information from 3 p.m. until 4 p.m. or 7 p.m. until 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 31 in the Banquet Hall of the Badgett Academic Support Center. Bring your laptop or tablet to follow along. See attached flier.

    Open swim team tryouts today

    From Casey Smith: swim coach

    Today!! Wednesday 3pm
    Bring a swim suit, towel, cap and goggles if you have them!!

    Today! Wednesday, 4:30pm at the pool, Powell Athletic Center
    Swim suit, a copy of certifications, a copy of schedule including classes, sports, or other jobs.
    Hours are 1-10 a week, $10/hr

    Contact the Head Swim Coach for more info
    Powell 107-office

    See you there!!

    Kentucky Classic Orchestra concert is Sunday

    The Kentucky Classic Orchestra, directed by Dr. Lisa McArthur, professor of music at Campbellsville University, with several CU students and alumni in the group, will give its first concert on Sunday afternoon. The concert is at 3 p.m. in Angelic Hall in Centre Square, 237 N. Spalding Ave., Lebanon, Ky., about 20 minutes from CU. There is also a saxophone ensemble, Centre Saxes, that is associated with the group and will perform as well. The concert will be of music from a variety of styles and times, including some Rodgers and Hammerstein show tunes. The concert is free, and there will be a reception following the concert. Dr. McArthur said, "The group was founded and is sponsored by KY Classic Arts and KY Classic Theatre – the same group that has presented “The Music Man,” “Oklahoma,” “Guys and Dolls,” and “The Sound of Music.” Robin Humphress had the idea to begin this orchestra, based on knowing many musicians in the area who wanted to continue performing. Both the Orchestra and the Saxophone Ensemble are made up of people who are very talented musicians – some who are able to perform regularly and some who have not had an ensemble to perform with since they left the organized ensembles in school. We have rehearsed weekly since June, and we are excited to present our first concert! Members come from Lebanon, Campbellsville, Bardstown, Richmond, Lexington, and other surrounding places."

  • Campus Announcement -- Aug. 25, 2015

    Cameron Mota lost his keys this morning. He lives at the Men’s Village Building 1, room 1-6. There are two keys, a room key and Kentucky key, on a CU lanyard. Email him at if you find the keys.

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