Campus Announcements -- March 23, 2015

Campus Announcements -- March 23, 2015

CU fans can watch Lady Tigers live tonight

CU fans can watch the live video stream of tonight's Lady Tiger Basketball NAIA Fab Four semifinal game against Freed-Hardeman in the BASC Banquet Hall. The first semifinal game begins at 7 p.m. ET with No. 2 Oklahoma City playing Westmont (Calif.), followed by Campbellsville and Freed-Hardeman at 9 p.m. ET.

Dr. Neville Callam to be on campus tomorrow Tuesday, March 24

As part of Campellsville University’s Baptist Heritage Lecture Series, Dr. Neville George Callam, general secretary and chief executive officer of the Baptist World Alliance, will speak at Campbellsville University at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 24 at the Banquet Hall in the Badgett Academic Support Center at 110 University Drive, Campbellsville. He will also be speaking at the university’s chapel service at 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 25 at 401 N. Hoskins Ave., Campbellsville. Both events are free and open to the public. Callam has served as an educator and media manager, theologian and ecumenist, pastor and church administrator. See story at

Traditional Mongolian Music tonight

Don't forget the traditional Mongolian music concert tonight at 8 o'clock at The Gheens Recital Hall in Gosser Fine Arts Center. There is a free admission, and recital credit is given. See story at

Dr. Wesley Roberts to peform tomorrow

Dr. Wesley Roberts, professor of music at Campbellsville University, will host a faculty organ recital March 24 in Ransdell Chapel at 8 p.m. Selections by Arthur Foote, J.S. Bach, Jacques Ibert, Léon Boellmann, Gustav Holst, and Denis Bedard will be included. Everyone is invited to the free event. See story at

International Student Association holding party; you are invited

ISA (International Student Association) is pleased to invite you to INTERNATIONAL PARTY that is going to be held on SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 2015 at the BANQUET HALL. Students can get tickets by showing CU student ID for $2, and local community for $3, Kids under 7 are welcome to join for free. You can get tickets at the entrance of cafeteria on Wednesday and Friday from 11PM to 1PM. See flier.

Best regards,
International Student Association

FIRST CLASS Social Work Seminar Service Project

We have decided to make and fill pillowcases with toiletries for children in foster care. We would like to ask for everyone to consider donating some items to help us! There are donation boxes at the Carver School so in your spare time would you please help us and donate some items? A flier is attached to show what items we need!

Alumni Association senior awards

Happy Spring Faculty and Staff:

As the 2014-2015 academic year comes to a close, the Alumni Association gives several awards to graduating seniors. Attached is the list of who will be graduating with an Associates or Bachelors degree from December 2014, January 2015 and who have applied for May and August 2015. Please respond via e-mail to by April 1, 2015 with your choices for the following awards by placing their name below the particular award. See the eligible list.

Please enter your choices below:

DON DOYLE SPIRIT AWARD - Such characteristics as enthusiasm, cheerfulness, loyalty, and personal commitment to the University.

DOUBLE A AWARD - Given to the senior who excels in both athletics and academics

OUTSTANDING SENIOR AWARD - Based on leadership, academic excellence, school spirit, and involvement in the University.

LEADERSHIP AWARD - A natural and proven leader on campus and/or with other involvement.

ACHIEVEMENT AWARD - Given to one who has overcome obstacles in their quest to graduate (i.e. personal, financial and educational).

ATHLETIC AWARD - Excellence in athletics and team spirit.

TALENT - one who exemplifies natural talent (i.e. music, sports, art, drama, etc.).

Paula Smith, director of alumni relations