Deadline for FIRST CLASS mentors is Friday
LAST CHANCE TO BE A FIRST CLASS MENTOR! Those interested in interviewing for First Class still have a chance. We are accepting mentor applications through Friday. Also, we are implementing a Mentor Shadowing program that sophomores can be involved in or upperclassmen who would like to learn the ropes before become a full-fledged mentor. If interested, text or call (859) 519-7750 ASAP to set up an interview time. No more interest will be received after Thursday afternoon.
Beulah Campbell Children's Literature Conference is March 16
Campbellsville University’s School of Education will host the second annual Beulah Campbell Children’s Literature Conference, Saturday, March 16 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the campus of Campbellsville University. The conference, which is sponsored by U.S. Bank, brings children’s authors, teachers, librarians and other educators together to share children’s literature and ways of using literature in the classroom. The conference features authors Tim Callahan, author of the “Kentucky Summer Series” set in Morgan County, Ky.; Leigh Anne Florence of Shepherdsville, Ky., author of the popular “Woody Series;” and Heather Henson of Danville, Ky., award-winning author of picture books and novels for teens. Other speakers in breakout sessions include: Dr. April Stephens, assistant professor of music education at Campbellsville University; Dr. Patsy Perritt, professor emeritus from Louisiana State University, School of Library and Information; and Dr. Joan Atkinson, associate professor emeritus from the University of Alabama, School of Library and Information Studies. Dr. Colleen Walker for registration at email@example.com.
Would you like to spend four weeks in beautiful Beijing?
The Beijing University of Agriculture (BUA) International College offers a short-term program of culture exchange for Campbellsville University students. You can learn Beginning Chinese, Culinary Arts and Tea Ceremony and visit intriguing places rich in history.
Attached is a flier with more information.
Free books that belonged to the late Dr. Bill Neal
Books belonging to the late Dr. Bill Neal, former chair of the Division of Humanities, are being given away to anyone who wants them.
The books are located in the second floor of Carter Hall. You are welcome to get any you want.
You are invited to ElkHorn Baptist Church
ElkHorn Baptist Church College Ministry invites CU students to Sunday mornings at ElkHorn with free transportation and breakfast at 9 a.m. And Colleget Ministry Study at 9:30 a.m. CU freshman Aaron Campbell says, "It's a great time of worship and fellowship." For more details or to arrange transportation contact them at (270) 403-1678 or (270) 403-4068.
Posted on Wed, February 20, 2013
by Joan McKinney