Congrats to the School of Education
Congratulations to the School of Education and particularly Dr. Lisa Allen, associate professor of special education.
The Education Professional Standards Board approved the School Guidance Counseling program today.
Students are welcome at St. Thomas Episcopal Church for study hall
St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Campbellsville KY will be hosting its MIDTERM study hall tonight through Tuesday Oct. 13 from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Free food, free coffee, free wifi, and support. All CU students, faculty and alumni are welcome.
St. Thomas is located at 116 S. Columbia, just 2 blocks south of campus.
Come as you are and bring a friend!
Lost ID and key
Hanxi Zhoo has lost her ID and key. If found, contact her at HZHAO73@students.campbellsville.edu.
Found lanyard with keys and flash drive
A lanyard with two keys and a flash drive has been found in Casey Smith’s office in Powell room 107. If they are yours, go see her and describe.
Dialogue on Race speaker Wednesday at chapel
Please join us for the annual Dialogue on Race Campus and Community Service on Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. in The Ransdell Chapel. Dr. Gerald Smith, pastor of Farristown Baptist Church will be our featured speaker.
Ø Wednesday, October 14. 2015 – 10:00 A.M. ET in The Ransdell Chapel
Chapel Series – “Dialogue on Race”
Featured Speaker: Dr. Gerald Smith, is a native of Lexington, Kentucky. He pastored the Farristown Baptist Church in Berea, Kentucky for nearly eight years prior to being called to pastor the Pilgrim Baptist Church in Lexington in November 2011. Dr. Smith earned his B.A, M.A., and Ph. D degrees from the University of Kentucky in history. He taught at the University of Memphis from 1988-1993. He is currently an associate professor of African American history and the Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar-in Residence at the University of Kentucky. From 1997-2005, he served as the director of the African American Studies and Research Program. Dr. Smith is the author, editor, or co-editor of three books. He is a contributing volume co-editor of the Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr. Volume Six: Advocate of the Social Gospel. He has nearly forty other publications in historical journals and encyclopedias. He has consulted on various historical projects, lectured on college campuses around the state, and conducted workshops for primary and secondary school teachers. He has also appeared in historical documentaries which have aired on CBS, NBC, KET, and TruTV. He is a general co-editor of The Kentucky African American Encyclopedia scheduled to be published in 2015. He is currently researching and writing a new general history of African Americans in Kentucky. Dr. Smith has served on a number of different boards and committees and now serves as chair of the Kentucky African American Heritage Commission.
Please make every effort to attend.
Posted on Mon, October 12, 2015
by Joan McKinney