Building Strong Connections Among Local Women
Campbellsville University’s Women’s Alliance is designed to build stronger connections among local women with the university and to support special needs of Campbellsville University students through the student emergency fund.
Save the Date
Campbellsville University’s Women’s Alliance Brunch!
Featuring the CU Womens Wrestling Team
Saturday, April 7, 2017
10 a.m. at CU’s Winters Dining Hall
$20 at the door
Split between the brunch and the Student Emergency Find
RSVP to Natalie Burdette at (270) 789-5182 or email@example.com
Amy Berry, instructor of environmental science at CU and environmental educator at the Clay Hill Memorial Forest, spoke about what she does at CHMF and how beneficial and important the forest is in teaching scientific work to children in the area. (CU Photo by Josh Christian)Read More
Nancy Cox, a Taylor County native who is an Emmy winning news anchor for LEX 18 News in Lexington, Ky., spoke about her roots, winning Miss Kentucky, and her experiences in broadcasting. (CU Photo by Joan C. McKinney)
Breanne Ward, a communications major with an emphasis in public relations from Marysville, Ind., also spoke.
The Women’s Alliance Brunch was hosted by students from Campbellsville University’s Center for International Education, who performed songs in their native language, a traditional dance and gave a testimony on coming to know Christ. From left – Elaine Tan, Hiroko Kurimoto, Mwamini Bahati, Hyukki Park and Huihui Nie. (CU Photo by Jordan Snider)Read More
CU alumna Cora Renfro spoke about how she creates artwork through the Lord. (CU Photo by Joan C. McKinney)Read More in the Campbellsvillian (Page 10)
CU alumna Martha Stein spoke about opening up her own team room after she retired from teaching, and the adventure God took her on. (CU Photo by Mikayla Smith)
The School of Business and Economics was also highlighted at the brunch.