TO PRESENT SEIDMAN LECTURE
Paul Robinson, president emeritus and former laboratory director of Sandia
National Laboratories, will be the speaker at the M. L. Seidman Town
Hall Lecture Series at CBU on Thursday, November 2. Dr. Robinson (CBU
'63) will speak on "The
Energy 'Facts of Life' Worldwide" in Spain Auditorium, Buckman Hall
at 7:00 p.m. During his ten years as its president, Robinson managed
the operation and growth of Sandia National Laboratories from a $1.3
billion annual budget to more than $2.4 billion and greater than 8,500
full-time employees. Under his leadership, SNL diversified its mission
support activities to include larger efforts in nuclear weapons design
and development, non-proliferation and material control around the world,
counterterrorism, homeland security, and support for the Defense Department
and intelligence communities. The Seidman Town Hall Lecture Series is
free and open to the public. More
HESBURGH LECTURER TO ADDRESS TERRORISM
2006 Hesburgh Lecture Series in Memphis continues at CBU
on Thursday, November 9, with a lecture by Dr.
Jimmy Gurulé entitled "Confronting
the Global Threat of Terrorism In a Post-9/11 World: An Unconventional
War or Merely a Law Enforcement Matter?" Gurulé is
an internationally known expert in the field of international criminal
law, specifically, terrorism, terrorist financing and anti-money
laundering. He is a professor in the University of Notre Dame Law
School and served as Undersecretary of Enforcement for the U.S. Department
of the Treasury. The Hesburgh Lecture Series is a worldwide program
co-sponsored by more than 60 Notre Dame Clubs annually. This Hesburgh
Lecture is co-sponsored in Memphis by The Notre Dame Club of Memphis
and CBU. The lecture will be held at 7:00 p.m. in Spain Auditorium. More
IMPORTANT STUDY ABROAD MEETING
students interested in travel/study abroad are invited to a meeting
on Tuesday, October 31, in Buckman 318 at 12:45 p.m. to hear details
of upcoming opportunities and visit with faculty and some students
who have traveled with the CBU program.
• Spain: The spring break trip to Figueras and Barcelona
with a day trip to the picturesque medieval walled city of Carcasonne, France
will be available for credit in Economics, Spanish, and Global Studies.
• England: The Edge Hill summer program with side trips
to Liverpool, Wales, Cornwall, and many other sites is an exceptional travel
bargain with a large following of happy students from the summer of 2006. Courses
for 2007 will include "The History of Rock" and "Sports Psychology." Mark
PLEASE COME FOR THE WHOLE MEETING OR JUST PART AS YOUR SCHEDULE PERMITS. Come
early or late.. .just come and get on the list.
AWARDS HONOR BRENNER, HILLIARD
CBU School of Business will honor two prominent Memphis businessmen
at the school's annual Founders Award Dinner to be held on Saturday, November
L. Brenner will be recognized with the Community Service Award, and Herbert
will be recognized with the Corporate Achievement Award. The CBU School of
Business will also pay posthumous tribute to two of its founding faculty
members, Brother Emery Hogan and Brother
Roland Klassen, with the School of Business Faculty Award of Distinction.
The recipient of the Harry B. Solmson Faculty Chair of Excellence will
also be announced during the award dinner. The event will be held at the Memphis
Hilton Hotel, 939 Ridge Lake Blvd., beginning at 6:00 p.m. with a cocktail reception
and dinner to follow at 7:00 p.m. Admission and dinner is
$100 per person, $75 for CBU faculty and staff. More
UPCOMING CAREER CENTER EVENTS
• Job Search Strategies (School of Engineering): Tuesday,
October 31; Nolan 241, 1:00-2:00 p.m.
• Job Search Strategies (School of Sciences): Thursday,
November 2, Science 153, 1:00-2:00 p.m.
• JSTOR Collection IV is now available. Click here for
titles and dates of coverage.
you ponder your choices in the upcoming election, please consult the library home page
for the link to our election resources page... or click here. Also
-- try out the new Shelby County Voting Machines online.
Check out this
link to see the database trials offered in multiple
subject areas. Then let us know what you think with an email to email@example.com.
"Moments in Time," an exhibition by Germantown
artist Pamela Kelso Craig, will
open in the Beverly & Sam Ross Gallery (lower level of Plough
Library) on Friday, November 3, with a public reception, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The exhibit will be on display through December 14. More
THE SHOT NURSE
The Shot Nurse will be on campus
on Wednesday, November 1, 12:30 p.m., offering the following immunizations
and services: Influenza vaccinations flu shots for $20 (Flu Mist $30;
requires pre-pay), Tetanus/diphtheria boosters ($30), Pneumonia
vaccinations ($35), and Vitamin
B12 injections ($20). Please assemble at the scheduled
time in order to make the appointment most efficient for everyone.
Be sure to wear clothing with sleeves that can be rolled
up easily to expose the upper arm. Payment is accepted by cash or checks
made payable to The Shot Nurse, or you may prepay online at www.shotnurse.com.
Please visit the website or call 901-685-9999 for further information.
A nurse will be available to answer any questions at your appointment.
• The Campus Ministry Annual Ice
Cream Social will be held in the East Lounge on Wednesday,
November 1, 2:00-4:00 p.m. Everyone is invited!
• The Campus Ministry Annual Christian Coffee House "Java Jam" Concert will
be held in on Friday, November 3, in Rozier Lounge, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Faculty
and Staff, Campus Ministry needs your help! If you would like to bake
some homemade goodies for the annual Java Jam, we would greatly appreciate it!
Simply make the food and bring it by the Campus Ministry office on November 3.
• ALL SAINTS & ALL SOULS DAYS
• Vigil Mass for All Saints Day (Tuesday, October 31; 5:00
p.m., De La Salle Chapel)
• All Saints Day Mass (Wednesday, November 1; 5:00 p.m.,
De La Salle Chapel)
• All Souls Day Memorial Service (Thursday, November 2;
12:15 p.m., Alfonso Dining Hall)
• All Souls Day Mass (Thursday,November 2; 5:00 p.m., De
La Salle Chapel)
NEEDED: INSPIRATIONAL VOICES CHOIR MEMBERS
If you are interested in being a member of the CBU Inspirational Voices
Gospel Choir, you can join in the first choir rehearsal on Monday, October
30, at 7:30 p.m. in Spain Auditorium. Please address questions to choir director Gregory
Thomas at 321-3222. All are welcome!
John Johnston, former Superior General and resident of Lambert Hall,
surgery on Tuesday, October 31, at Methodist University Hospital (Union Ave.)
for removal of a malignant tumor in his colon. He would appreciate the prayers
of the CBU community.
by Dr. Malinda Fitzgerald (Biology) on "Sustained
upregulation of glial fibrillary acidic protein in Muller cells in pigeon
retina following disruption of the parasympathetic control of choroidal
blood flow" was recently published in Experimental
Eye Research. The research was coauthored by Toya D.H.
Kimble (Biology '93), and Anton Reiner. Part of this work was
drawn from Dr. Kimble's Ph.D. research. She was awarded her Ph.D. in
2003 from UTHSC and is currently working in biotechnology industrial
• Dr. Scott Nikaido (Religion & Philosophy)
gave a lecture at Idlewild Presbyterian Church entitled"How the
Jewish People Gave Birth to Two Religions in 70 CE" on October 22.
It discussed the significance of events after the destruction of the
Temple in Jerusalem in light of the two important figures of Yohanan
ben Zakkai and the apostle Paul.
Buc basketball forward Crystal Shelton ('09)
was selected to the Preseason All-GSC Team. Shelton,
the only sophomore to make the team, averaged 14.0 points, 5.1 rebounds,
and 1.3 blocks per game last season.
• Buccaneer basketball forward Kevin
Weybright ('08) and center Nick
Kohs ('09)), the last two winners of the GSC West
Freshman of the Year award, were named to the preseason All-GSC team.
• Four CBU Buccaneers were named to the
All-Gulf South Conference Soccer Team. Senior forward
Brad Whitsitt, junior midfielder
Matt Werakso, and senior defender Kieran
were selected to the All-GSC First Team, while sophomore
Ryan Heine was named to the All-GSC
• Three CBU Lady Buc soccer players were
named to the All-Gulf South Conference Second Team: Junior
forward Courtney Robertson, junior midfielder Rachael
sophomore defender Jeanine Abell were selected by the league's coaches.
• The CBU Office
of Graduate & Professional Studies sponsored
the Bartlett Chamber of Commerce October Luncheon. Dr.
Tony Aretz (VP,
Academics) was the introductory speaker.
WELCOME TO CBU
Elisa C. Marus joins the Office
of the President in the position of Executive Director of Communications
and Marketing, effective November 1. She comes to CBU from Southwest
Tennessee Community College, where she served most recently as the Executive
Director of Community Relations and prior to that as Executive Director
of Community Relations and Marketing.
STUDENT ORGANIZATION NEWS
Sigma Tau would like to welcome its newest sisters" (l-r) Melody
Elizabeth Rosen, Taralyn French, Amy Montgomery, and Lisa
PROTECT YOURSELF FROM THE
Vaccines are available in Health Resources for $15. Cash and
checks will be accepted. Office hours are 9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.,
CB SINGERS MINI-CONCERT
Take a break from your busy day and
come to Boshwit Courtyard in front of Buckman Hall to hear the CB
Singers perform a three-song mini-concert on Tuesday, October
31, at 3:00 p.m. (Weather permitting--above 45 degrees and NO rain!)
You'll get a nice break from your day plus a preview of the Singers'
upcoming Fall/Holiday concert.Come and enjoy!
The Music Department of
CBU also announces its Fall 2006 Concert Series:
• Friday November 3: Voice Students of Tommy
Gaines in Recital (7:00
p.m., Spain Auditorium)
• Friday December 1: The CB Singers Annual
Fall/Holiday Concert (7:00
p.m., Spain Auditorium)
• Friday December 8: Voice Students of Tommy
Gaines and Piano Students of Janelle Ganey in Recital (7:00
p.m., Spain Auditorium)
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
BOWL-A-THON FOR HOPE NORTH
Biological Honor Society) will host a Bowl-A-Thon
benefiting Hope North US on November 10 at 7:00 p.m. (location to be
announced -- check for signs to be posted in the Science Center and for
future notices). Hope North US is a organization that was established
in Uganda to combat poverty and educate children in a country which has
been torn by an ongoing civil war. The civil war
has led to one of the worst humanitarian situations in the world. The
organization provides clean water, sanitary facilities, a school for
children displaced by the war, and other aid. Everyone is encouraged
to create or join a team of five. Teams and bowling fees should be
turned in by November 3. Team sponsor(s) are allowed to make a one-time
donation or donate money per pin knocked down.