Do a video about an ethical case study
All videos must be received by Dr. Early no later than October 22.
The QEP committee will be holding an ethical case study contest. Students are invited to create a video of an original ethical case study pertaining to college student life. The case study should provide an identifiable ethical decision making situation, depict the potential options, and provide a clear resolution. The video should be ten to fifteen minutes long. If enough videos are received, the QEP committee will host a viewing party the week before finals. Each video must be sponsored by a student organization, club, class, department, or school. The team with the winning video will receive a five hundred dollar denotation to its sponsoring organization. Prizes will also be given for the second and third best videos. The videos should meet the objectives of the Campbellsville University Quality Enhancement Plan.
1. Students will have the ability to recognize right and wrong and realize that all actions have consequences.
2. Students will demonstrate an increased willingness to value the good of society over the individual.
3. Students will be able to disagree respectfully with people who hold opposing viewpoints.
If you have any questions please contact Dr. Early at email@example.com
Congratulations to Eric Graves
Eric Graves and his wife, Tami, are grandparents. Their son, Josh (a ’07), and his wife, Conleigh, had a baby girl, Evelyn Elise Graves. She weighed 9 pounds, 1 ounce and was 19 1/2 inches long.
Eric says, "She is the most beautiful baby but all grandparents say that. HAHA."
Eric runs football game day operations in the press box for Campbellsville University and is a former assistant football coach at CU.
MAD LIBS and a movie tonight
Come to the Badgett Academic Support Center’s Citizens Bank Writing Center at 6 o’clock tonight for MAD LIBS and a movie, “Akeelah and the Bee.” “Tweety,” below, is the BASC mascot.
The Art of Navigating a Database tomorrow
If you’d like to know about navigating a database in the Montgomery Library, come to the Badgett Academic Support Center Banquet Hall tomorrow Tuesday, Sept. 15 at 3 p.m. or 7 p.m. to learn. Attached is a flier
Owen Cullivan has lost his wallet with important papers in it including his student ID. If you find it, please let him know at OCull62@students.campbellsville.edu.
Posted on Mon, September 14, 2015
by Joan McKinney