KMTA is a nonprofit educational organization representing music
teachers in studios, conservatories, music schools, public schools,
private schools, colleges, and universities. The purpose of KMTA is to
further music education in the state of Kentucky and to nurture growth
and professional development by providing programs that encourage
and support teaching, performance, composition, and research.
Contact Dr. Wesley Roberts or Dr. Bill Budai for details.
Free Admission - Recital Credit
KMTAis a nonprofit educational organization representing music teachers in studios, conservatories, music schools, public schools, private schools, colleges, and universities. The purpose of KMTA is to further music education in the state of Kentucky and to nurture growth and professional development by providing programs that encourage and support teaching, performance, composition, and research.
Contact Dr. Wesley Roberts or Dr. Bill Budai for detail
Stephen Beus, piano
* Networking Business Etiquette Dinner (with full formal meal) best meal of the season )
November 4, 2014 Tuesday 5-6:30 pm BASC Banquet Hall
Learn how to handle yourself with professionalism, poise and confidence during business lunch interviews, receptions or formal dinner functions. Hands-on dining tutorial and excellent meal provided to all participants. This is geared for Juniors and Seniors soon to enter the professional career field. Career professionals from various fields will be at assigned tables to network with juniors and seniors. Seating is Limited. Must register in advance to attend. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org *workshop approved for chapel credit
Gheens Recital Hall - Gosser Fine Arts Center
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Featured Speaker: Dr. Ronald W. Crawford, President of Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond, Virginia. Prior to becoming BTSR’s second president, Dr. Crawford served as pastor for 27 years, including two congregations in Virginia (Vandola Baptist near Danville, and Lakeside Baptist in Richmond), the First Baptist Church of Asheville, North Carolina, and his most recent pastorate at College Park Baptist, Orlando, FL. While in Virginia, Dr. Crawford served as president of the Baptist General Association of Virginia and as president of the Virginia Baptist General Board. A graduate of North Carolina State University, Crawford earned his Master of Divinity degree in 1977 and his Doctor of Ministry degree in 1985 from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. In 1993, he earned his Master of Public Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr. Crawford is married to Cyndia (Cyndi) Ray Crawford. They have two adult sons, Benjamin of Raleigh, North Carolina and Jacob of Charlotte, North Carolina. The family also considers April Robinson of Birmingham, Alabama a pseudo-daughter.
10:00 A.M. ET Chapel Presentation in Ransdell Chapel
Make your lists and get ready to head to the local shopping centers for your items! Remember the last return pick up to campus from WalMart and the shopping center is 4:30.
For more information, contact Dr. April Sholty.
Weekly worship. Student initiated/student-led.
Organist/Choirmaster, Christ Episcopal Church
Bowling Green, KY
Dress for Success Workshop & Fashion Show
Nov 11, 2014 Tuesday 6-7:30 pm BASC Banquet Hall
Have fun and learn at this Fashion show/workshop and learn the importance of proper dress and 'attitude' as it relates to interviewing and business situations. Information will beshared about the difference between business attire and business casual. Workshop will include a business fashion show , skits and more– utilizing CU club and organization students assisting in the programming and serving as models. *Participants receive chapel credit for attending.
Resume Writing Workshop
Nov. 12th Wednesday 2-2:50 pm BASC Banquet Hall
The Resume Writing workshop involves a discussion of different resume styles, and strategies for formatting and CUSTOMIZING your resume. Common mistakes made in writing resumes are discussed, as are "Do's" and "Don'ts" of resume writing. Writing effective cover letters and developing lists of references are also part of this hour-long workshop. You get free resume reviews from the Career Staff if you have one prepared that day! *workshop is approved for chapel credit
Students are invited to become human bubbles and bounce around in the Student Activities Center.
Mini Road Trip! Spend the Saturday shopping in Cincinnati at Premium Outlets and Jungle Jim's. Jungle Jim's offers many different international food items. This is a great opportunity to purchase food items that remind you of home and that you might need for the International Fair on November 19th. The cost for this trip is $20. Food expenses for the day not included. Sign up in CIE and pay a $10 non-refundable deposit.
ISA will host a movie night on November 18th. Check out their FaceBook page for details on this event.
Interviewing Prep/ Business Etiquette Workshop
Nov. 13, 2014 Thursday 2 pm BASC Banquet Hall
Are you the best you can be? It's time to take a good look at what employers are looking for in an applicant. Begin with researching the company and know what to expect during the crucial job interview. How should you dressHow do you deal with anxiety and answer those tough interview questions. Also learn steps to take following the interview to stand above the rest of the applicants who got through the door. * workshop approved for chapel credit.
Location: Triple Crown Country Club
Address: 1 Triple Crown Blvd., Union, KY
(From Lexington Follow I-75 North to Richwood take Exit 175 for KY-338, Turn Left off the Exit, Proceed .5 Miles and Turn Right onto Triple Crown Boulevard. The Clubhouse will be on the Right or visit www.triplecrowngolf.com for other information) - Time: 6 p.m. EST
Please call the Development Office at 270-789-5211 to RSVP for this event.
The Oak Ridge Boys will be in concert at Campbellsville University in the Ransdell Chapel. Tickets for this event will be available for this event in September. We will update this page as more details become available.
Free Admission - Recital & Chapel Credit
Let off some Final's Week steam! Sign up for the paintball trip at Conders in Elizabethtown. Cost for this trip is $20.00...that'sreally cheap to get the chance to plaster your friends with paintballs! Food expenses are not included. Sign up in CIE by December 1st and pay your $20.00 non-refundable deposit.
If you need a ride to the airport, you need to sign-up. You need to be at Stapp Hall by 7:45 a.m. for the 10:00 a.m. shuttle drop-off and by 2:45 p.m. for the 5:00 p.m. (17:00) drop-off
Clayton Brooks, baritone
Amelia Chase, soprano
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church
Devan Bishop, guitar & Michael Mather, percussion
Recital Credit - Free Admission
Contact Jennifer Tinnell, director of bands, for more information.
The Festival gives participants the opportunity to play hymns and hymn arrangements before an adjudicator and small audience in a setting similar to that experienced in Sunday services.
To register: Central_Kentucky_Hymn_Festival.pdf
Executive Director, The Fellowship of Presbyterians
Ransdell Chapel - Free Admission
Speaker: Dr. William Loyd Allen, holds
the Sylvan Hills Chair of Baptist Heritage and is Professor of Church
History and Spiritual Formation at McAfee School of Theology at Mercer
University in Atlanta, Georgia. He received his B.S (1974) with a
double-major in psychology and sociology from the University of Montevallo in
Alabama. His training for Christian ministry took place at the Southern
Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, where he was awarded the
M.Div. (1978) and Ph.D. (1984). After graduation, Dr. Allen took a job as
religion professor and campus minister at Brewton-Parker College in south
Georgia for five years before moving back to Louisville for three years on the
church history faculty of Southern Seminary. In 1992, Mississippi College
called him to become the head of its Christianity department. He left
Mississippi after three years to become professor of church history and
spiritual formation on the founding faculty of the McAfee School of
Theology. Dr. Allen teaches in the areas of church history, Baptist
heritage and spirituality. Baptist heritage and Christian spirituality
remain his greatest areas of interest. He has published a history of
Maryland/Delaware Baptists and another book, Crossroads in Christian
Growth, about faith development in crises. Dr. Allen’s personal life
revolves around his family and church. His wife, Libby, works in the
admissions office at McAfee, and his daughter, Clare, is a college
6:30 P.M. Banquet Hall
of the Badgett Academic Support Center
Dr. J. Robert Gaddis, conductor
Dr. Chad Floyd, director
Gosser Fine Arts Center
Contact Judith Davis for more information.
Professor of Music
with Faculty from the School of Music
Free Admission for CU Students.
For tickets, call (270) 789-2918 or (270) 789-5340.
Dr. Lisa McArthur, director
Jennifer Tinnell, director
For more information, contact Dr. Chad Floyd.
Jennifer Tinnell, conductor
Campbellsville Baptist Church
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