Dr. LYNN P. KUGELE (Accounting & Finance) was awarded the Solmson Faculty Chair of Excellence at the School of Business Founders Award Dinner on November 11. She is pictured above with Dr. Tony Aretz, vice president of academics. The awards dinner also honored local business leaders Henry Brenner and Herbert Hilliard.
• Dr. Paul Haught (Religion & Philosophy) presented a paper on "Environmental Virtue and Hume’s Sensible Knave" at the Tennessee Philosophical Association meeting at Vanderbilt University on November 11. Dr. Max Maloney (Religion & Philosophy) was commentator.
• Dr. M. A. McCoy (Education) presented a paper entitled "Geography Education's Essential Questions from a Teacher Ed. Professor: 'Where's the beef?' and 'Where have you gone, Madeline Hunter?'" at Tennessee GeoFest 2006, the annual meeting of the Tennessee Geographic Alliance at Middle Tennessee State University on November 11.
• Brother Kevin Ryan (Physics) attended the 116th meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Science at Austin Peay University, November 16-17, where he presided at the History of Science sectional meeting and presented a paper on "Keplerian Motion."
• Two CBU students also presented papers in the cell and molecular biology section of the Tennessee Academy of Science at Austin Peay State University on November 17. Sheharyar Minhas (Biology '07) presented a paper on "Incorporation of HA into H5N1 vaccine virus is independent of M1 gene origin." Sana Mujahid (Biology '07) presented a paper on "Characterization of the lysophophatidic acid 3 receptor via computationally-guided site-specific mutagenesis."
• Faculty/Staff Reminder: If you are planning to participate in the 2007 Commencement Ceremony, please submit your cap and gown orders online before December 15. Thanks to all who have already submitted this information!
• Attention Graduates: The last day to file an Intent to Graduate form and to order your cap and gown is December 15. All forms are online. Please get this taken care of immediately.
FALL CONCERT SERIES
• 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!
The Correlational Methods class in Psychology will be making PowerPoint presentations of their research on December 13, in Science 153 beginning at 1:00 p.m. The campus community is invited to attend. Participating students and their research are: Thais Hunter, Carl McKee, Chastity Ragland, and Sunny Wilks on "Parental Involvement and Academic Achievement"; Laura Bailey and Tracie Mims on "Relationship between Religiosity and Happiness"; Antonio Castro, Charmaine Cruz, and Jermel Tucker on "Relationship between Religious Commitment and Academic Success"; Greg Griffin, Erin Huff, and Shelley Lawrence on "Relationship between Risk Behaviors and Self-esteem in College Females"; Leanne Britton, Jason Hopper, Willard Wilks, and Herbert Wright on "Relationship between Intelligence, Self-efficacy, and Birth Order"; Barbara Adams, Shmeka Gibson, and Victoria Kronenwetter on "Relationship between Exercise and Depression"; Sarah Cagen, Richard Gray, and Sharonda Wilson on "Self-Esteem and Celebrity Worship in College Students"; Bridget Buckley, Brittany Cochran, and Chaveka Duckett on "Relationship between College Females' Level of Self-Esteem and Participation in Sports"; Ponecia Anderson, and Shana Thompson on "Relationship between Locus of Control and Empathy in Acquaintance Rape Trials"; and Russell Brandon, Adrienne Hill, and Krista Gyarmati on "Relationship between Parental Weight Expectations and Dieting Behavior in Females."
"Moments in Time," an exhibition by Germantown artist Pamela Kelso Craig, will be on display through December 14 in the Beverly & Sam Ross Gallery (lower level of Plough Library). More information>
LOST BOYS OF SUDAN MEETING
The Lost Boys of Sudan, an organization of refugees from the Sudanese village of Juet which was completely evacuated and destroyed in the civil war in 1988, will hold a national meeting at CBU November 24-25. There will be presentations about Sudan history, the Lost Boys of Sudan, and the Juet Community organization. The Memphis community is invited to attend and to learn how to help, 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. each day in Montesi Executive Center (lunch included afterward). For more information, visit www.juet.org or contact Joseph Jok Atem (Mechanical Engineering '07) at 831-4898 or email@example.com.
YOURSELF FROM THE FLU
Flu shots will be available Monday-Friday in Health Resources
from 9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. The cost is $15 by cash or check.
Plough Library will be open the following hours for the Thanksgiving holiday: Wednesday, November 22: 7:45 a.m.-8:00 p.m.; Thursday, November 23 - Saturday, November 25: CLOSED; Sunday, November 26: 6:00-11:00 p.m.
STUDENT ORGANIZATION NEWS
The Mu Epsilon Chapter of
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
served as host (along with chapters from LeMoyne-Owen College, University of Memphis, and Rhodes College) of a southeastern regional Round Up of the national sorority in Memphis.
Hundreds of undergraduate members met to discuss the future of the nation's first Black Greek-lettered organization founded by African American women, and what they could do to solidify its growth and maximize its programs and service to the community. More than $530 was collected and donated to the
American Heart Association. Additionally, each undergraduate host chapter donated floral arrangements to local hospitals in the Memphis community. Kimberly Neal, Shanta Wilson, and Ashley Drane represented Mu Epsilon at this event.
• Everyone is welcome to come to "The Coffee House" on Tuesday, November 28, 7:00-9:00 p.m. It is completely free and the featured artist is CBU's own Jordan Michael.
• Campus Ministry is hosting the 2nd Annual Angels of Love Toy Drive. Please drop off brand-new toys for ages 2-16 to the Campus Ministry office by December 8 at 4:00 p.m. Thanks for helping the less fortunate have a wonderful Christmas!
• This Tuesday,November 21, our regular Tuesday Communion Service at St. Joseph Chapel will take place at 8:15 a.m., instead of 12:22 p.m., so we can gather together for our Thanksgiving Prayer and Dinner in Alfonso Hall. Let us take this week to be mindful of all of God's blessings.
FACULTY/STAFF HOLIDAY CELEBRATION
The Brothers’ Community and the President cordially invite members of the CBU faculty and staff and their families to the Annual Faculty/Staff Holiday Celebration on Saturday, December 9. 8:00-10:30 p.m. in Lambert Hall (2455 Avery). RSVP to the Holiday Hotline at 321-3082 or to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include number of guests in your response.
CBU NIGHT AT THE GRIZZLIES: SPECIAL OFFER
The Memphis Grizzlies are offering members of the CBU community a special deal
on tickets to the December 2 game against the Miami Heat --
individual tickets at group rates! Everyone can order individually and still
be seated together in the sections they order --so if you want to sit with someone,
make sure that someone buys the same price ticket. Tickets must be ordered
by phone from Robert Salek at 205-1463 or by mail with this downloadable
form. Tickets are still available for $14, $18, and $25 seats.
CBU DISCOUNTS FROM BALLET MEMPHIS
Ballet Memphis is offering faculty, staff, and students of CBU a 50% discount on tickets for its 20th Anniversary Season. Performances for Nutcracker (December 15-17), Trey Bien: The McIntyre Residency (February 10-11), and The Wizard of Oz (April 28-29) are included in the discount program. Call the box office at 737-7322, ext. 302, and use the discount code CBU06.
The 2007-08 FAFSA will be available online January 1, so make plans to fill it out as soon as possible after that date. Tennessee residents need to submit the FAFSA by February 15 even if estimated data has to be used. Please visit www.fafsa.ed.gov (CBU = 003482).