Thanks to the generosity of Jerry Patton, Lori Patton ('91) and Roadshow MINI, CBU is rolling in style! One of the MINIs pictured above will be used by Campus Safety for on-campus patrols, and the other will be used by the Office of Admissions, Graduate and Professional Studies, or other campus offices for student recruiting.
Every 2 Seconds, Someone Needs Blood: The Lifeblood van will be on campus on Tuesday, July 20, 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. in the Central Parking Lot for donations. All donors will receive a MALCO movie ticket and an "Every 2 Seconds" t-shirt.
• Three Christian Brothers at CBU are commemorating Jubilees (significant anniversaries in religious life) and will be honored by the Midwest Province on July 24 at Lewis University in Romeoville, IL. Brother Terence McLaughlin will celebrate 70 years as a Christian Brother, Brother Ignatius Brown will celebrate 60 years, and Brother Daniel Susek will celebrate 50 years. CBU will recognize the Brothers' Jubilees later this year.
• Dr. Stan Eisen (Biology/Preprofessional Health) presented a poster entitled "Communicating with Pre-Health Students While Conserving Electrons: The Caduceus Newsletter" at the 2010 biennial meeting of the National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions held in Atlanta, June 16-20. The poster is on display on the Preprofessional Health Programs bulletin board on the first floor of Assisi Hall.
• Dr. Paul Haught (Religion & Philosophy) presented a paper entitled "Environmental Virtues and Environmental Justice" at the Seventh Annual Meeting on Environmental Philosophy in Allenspark, CO on June 11.
• John Legge (Chemistry & Mathematics '09) has been accepted to the M.D. program at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Medicine.
• Anthony Maranise (Religion & Philosophy '11) published his research paper "Christocentric Friendships" in the July/August 2010 issue of The Catholic World, an academic journal produced by the Paulist Fathers. He also completed a week-long intensive Monastic Observation Program with the Benedictine Monks of St. Bernard Abbey in Cullman, AL in mid-May and published an article entitled "I've Seen the Face of God: How my faith helped me survive childhood leukemia" in the June 2010 issue of The Word Among Us magazine. It is internationally published in 20 countries and more than 14 languages.
• Dr. William Peer (Chemistry) has been awarded U.S. Patent 7,732,525 for "Polymers for Paper and Paperboard Coatings" (with Randy Branston, Tamal Ghosh, and Howard Roger Dungworth). He has also published an unexamined European patent application for "Ammonium Functionalized Polymers as Antistatic Additives" (with Fabien Jean Brand and Balint Koroskenyi).
The Gulf South Conference announced its Fall Sports All-Decade Teams (2000-09) on July 8, and the CBU Buccaneers were well-represented — including the announcement of Missy Gregg ('03), pictured at left during the 2002 season, as GSC All-Time Women's Soccer Player. Gregg headlines the All-Time Women's Soccer squad, which also includes Veronica Botold ('07) and Margaret Saurin ('03) on the First Team. Gregg played just two seasons for the Lady Bucs but made quite an impression with back-to-back National Player of the Year honors as she shattered the CBU, GSC, and NCAA record books in 2001-02, scoring 135 goals and scoring 287 points in 47 games, leading CBU to a 47-2 record in two years, and winning the 2002 National Championship after finishing as runner-up in 2001. Gregg's 180 career goals and 394 points are the most in NCAA history among all divisions, men and women. Botold was a three-time All-GSC First Team defender. Saurin still holds the Division II single-season record in assists (35). The All-Time Second Team includes Arna Heimlund ('03), Anna Rask ('04), Sophia Rask ('04), Stacy-Jo Fletcher ('05), Anna Thorsdottir ('02), and former CBU coach Gareth O'Sullivan (1998-2003).
Matt Werakso ('07) and Barry Gibney ('03) are featured on the All-Time Men’s Soccer First Team. Werakso was a two-time All-GSC First Team and All-Tournament Team midfielder, and Gibney was a three-time All-GSC First Team forward. The All-Time Second Team includes Robert Mingo ('10), Tim Arnebold ('02), and Ian Ford ('04).
Stephen Hill ('09) was named to the Men’s Cross Country All-Decade First Team. The All-American runner was a four-time member of the First Team All-GSC and NCAA All-Region.
Laura Washington ('07) was named to the Volleyball All-Decade Second Team. The middle blocker was a four-time member of the All-GSC West and GSC West Player of the Year in 2005.
Players could only be nominated for the All-Decade Team if they competed in at least two seasons during the decade and were also named to the All-GSC First Team at least once. Each squad was broken up into First and Second Teams and Players and Coaches of the Decade were selected. The league office decided to designate the men’s and women’s soccer squads as “All-Time Teams” because the GSC has only sponsored the sport since 1996.
• Gordon Blum has joined the Office of Admissions as an Admissions Counselor.
• Daniel Bozeman (ITS) has been named Webmaster. He has been working in the position as an Interim Webmaster.
• Brother Dominic Ehrmantraut has joined the President's Office in the position of Special Assistant to the President.
• Keri Kerr has joined the Registrar's Office as Records/Data Entry Clerk.
• Anthony McClyde has joined the Graduate & Professional Studies Office as the Coordinator of Veterans Services.
• Joseph Mann has joined the Office of Admissions as an Admissions Counselor.
• Melinda Tingle-Williams (Admissions) has been promoted to the position of Transfer Admissions Counselor.
CBU recently became a member of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) to further its campus efforts toward building a healthy and just world. With this membership, CBU will receive support in advancing its sustainability initiatives throughout the University and in the community. Dr. Paul Haught, chair of the Religion & Philosophy department and the CBU Sustainability Committee, acknowledged the benefits that becoming a member of AASHE brings. "Joining AASHE represents an important milestone for CBU in expanding its academic and service missions," Haught stated. "Academically, it expresses that we understand our connections to the natural environment as relevant to the Lasallian principle of educating the whole person. AASHE’s abundant resources for teaching sustainability across the curriculum will be helpful here. In terms of service, membership in AASHE strengthens our commitment to the community by enhancing our efforts to diminish our ecological footprint and help improve the overall environmental quality of Memphis and the Mid-South." More>>
All members of the CBU community have access to AASHE’s online resources and to opportunities for networking, information sharing, collaboration, and professional development to help advance sustainability at our campus. For more information, contact Dr. Haught at email@example.com.
• Helen P. Nabors, mother-in-law of Melody Nabors (Registrar's Office), passed away on July 3. The family wishes to express their deepest appreciation for all your kind thoughts and prayers during Mrs. Nabors' recent illness and subsequent passing.
• Sandra Joyce O'Daniel, mother-in-law of Larry Kennedy (Physical Plant), passed away on July 3. The family requests that memorials be sent to the Poor Clare Sisters (Monastery of St. Clare, 1310 Dellwood Ave, Memphis 38127). Please keep Larry and Shelbi and their family in your thoughts and prayers. Condolences may be sent in care of Campus Box 10.
• Daniel Brandon Sr., father of Dr. Daniel Brandon Jr. (Accounting/Bus Law/Finance/MIS/Statistics), passed away peacefully at his home in Germantown on July 11 at age 89. Please keep the Brandon family in your thoughts and prayers. Condolences may be sent to Campus Box 62.
• Plough Library now has an account to RefWorks, a web-based bibliographic citation manager available to all CBU faculty, staff, and students. What's more, students have life-long access, so it is available to alumni as well. RefWorks can be used to organize research (both personal and in collaboration with others), create personal databases, and generate bibliographies in APA, MLA, Turabian, and hundreds of other styles. Training sessions will be scheduled in the Library’s InfoLab throughout the fall semester. Specific times can also be scheduled to match the needs of a class or a group. For more information contact Kay Cunningham at 321-3430 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Refworks online here >>>.
• Also new at Plough Library is the Catalog of Art Museum Images Online (CAMIO) Art Database (http://ezproxy.cbu.edu:9000/login?url=http://camio.oclc.org). Among the museums involved are the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Frick Collection, the George Eastman House, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Over 95,000 images — including photographs, paintings, sculpture, decorative and utilitarian objects, prints, drawings and watercolors, jewelry and costumes, textiles and architecture — can be searched or browsed. Each image includes a thumbnail, a larger image that can be enlarged, zoomed, and clipped, a high-resolution downloadable image, and detailed descriptions. Users can create slideshows and favorites lists. Images are rights-cleared for educational use, although proper credit should be given.
• New Books at the Library: To find out what new books the Plough Library has received recently, check out the new acquisitions web page. There is something for everyone.