COME ON IN, THE WATER'S FINE! Canale Pool will be open through October 3. Hours for the remainder of the season are: 2:00-7:00 p.m., Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays; 1:00-7:00 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays; and 12:00-7:00 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays.
COUNSELING PRESENTATION ON ALCOHOL AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE: The CBU campus community is invited to join the freshman class, the peer counselors, and representatives from Athletics and the Greek organizations on Tuesday, September 7, 1:00-1:50 p.m., in the University Theater for a presentation by Neal Oldham, Assistant District Attorney General for Shelby County. Mr. Oldham will be sharing his experiences as a college student as well as a prosecutor to discuss alcohol-related issues and possible consequences of substance abuse.
DELTA SIGMA PI FUNDRAISER: The chapter of Delta Sigma Pi at CBU is hosting a fundraiser at On The Border Mexican Grill on Tuesday, September 7. All you have to do to support the chapter is eat at the 4552 Poplar location on Tuesday and bring in the flyer that can be downloaded at the link below. Delta Sigma Pi will be going as a group for lunch at 12:45 and dinner at 5:30. You can go any time that day, but if you would like to join the chapter for either of those times please let them know so they can reserve a table that's big enough! Download the flyer at: http://www.cbu.edu/Friends/DELTASIG.pdf
PSYCHOLOGY CLUB ICE CREAM SOCIAL: I scream! You scream! We ALL scream for... PSYCHOLOGY! The Psychology Club cordially invites everyone to its Ice Cream Social on Tuesday, September 7, the first meeting of the year! Learn about the purpose of the club and the wonderful plans for the year. Psychology is a hot topic, but chill, there's ICE CREAM! This invitation is for psych majors, psych minors, and all who are interested in the vast field of psychology. Kenrick Hall 211, 1:00 p.m.
RUN WITH THE VP: Join Dr. Frank Buscher (Academic Vice President) for a weekly 4-5 mile run/jog through the CBU neighborhood every Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. The weekly run begins in front of the Plough Library entrance. Everyone is welcome to participate — at any pace. Be sure to hydrate!
MEDICAL DEVICE REGULATIONS SEMINAR: The Heathcare Packaging Consortium will host a seminar entitled "Regulatory Affairs in Medical Device Industry" on Friday, September 10, in Sabbatini Lounge, 1:00-5:00 p.m. The instructors are Kim Armstrong and Christine Scifert of Memphis Regulatory Consulting, LLC. The seminar is free for consortium members, CBU faculty/staff/undergraduate students, $25 for graduate students, $90 for CBU alumni, and $100 for others. For more information and registration, please visit the Consortium website or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
• September 24: Last day to withdraw from a first 8-week class
• November 4: Last day to withdraw from a 16-week class
Fr. Paul Watkins (Marketing) and Br. Rob Veselsky (Campus Ministry) will be available to bless campus buildings, offices, and religious items on Monday, September 13, 2:00-4:00 p.m. Please contact Br. Rob at email@example.com if you would like to receive a blessing.
• Dr. Burt Fulmer (Religion & Philosophy) was selected to participate in a three-day Wabash Center Teaching Workshop: "The Gift and Challenge of Difference in the Classroom." He also delivered a paper, "The Rituals of Consumer Culture and the Economy of the Eucharist," at the annual College Theology Society meeting held in Portland, OR in June. He wrote three book reviews for three different journals (one of which is on the Pope's latest book).
• Lady Buc outside hitter Michelle Hein (Business Administration '11) was named to the Preseason All-GSC West Volleyball team. She enters her senior season ninth on CBU's leaderboard in career digs and 15th in career kills.
• Dr. Teri Mason (Behavioral Sciences) and Julia Hanebrink ('01. former MHIRT Program Coordinator) presented at the Africa/Diaspora Conference on African Health, Peace, Security, and Development, in Sacramento, CA: "New Choices for Health Care Delivery: A Multifaceted Approach to reducing Health Disparities: Pluralistic Medicine in Southwest Uganda: Health- Seeking Behaviors and Healthcare Perspectives" (by Julia Hanebrink and Joy Nolte, Boston University); "Testing psychological intervention through art with Ugandan child soldiers and abductees" (by Dr. Teri Mason and Lanie Smith ['02], Pratt Institute). The MHIRT program also provides funding to bring research partners to international conferences. Dr. Edgar Mulogo (Mbarara University of Science & Technology, Mbarara, Uganda) works with Julia Hanebrink and presented "Facility versus home based services for improving update of HIV counseling and testing (HCT) among rural populations in Uganda: A comparative analysis."
• Buccaneer defender Jack Richardson (Business Administration '11) was named to the Preseason All-GSC Men's Soccer Team.
• Congratulations to the following freshmen who have been selected for the CBU Honors Program for the 2010-2011 academic year: David Barnett (Mechanical Engineering), Anna Birg (Biochemistry), Hailee Brown (Biochemistry), Kelsey Coolican (Biomedical Science), Cali Copsey (Mechanical Engineering), Cody Crow (Engineering), Sean Dantis (Electrical /Computer Engineering), Madeline Faber (Psychology), Megann Fickle (Psychology), Jacob Foreman (Computer Science), Kaitie Gaimari (Sport Management), Ilya Gofman (Mechanical Engineering), Kaitlin Howle (Electrical Engineering), Ryan Haskett (International Business), Rebekah Herrman (Mathematics), Salaam Halimah (Visual Arts), Ethan Hunter (Electrical Engineering), Francziska Jordan (English), Stephanie Jordan (Mechanical Engineering), Julia Kueter (Biology), Jennifer Lo (Biomedical Science), Sarah Longoria (Biomedical Science), Andy Parsley (Biomedical Science), Kleber Pauta (Electrical Engineering), Kevin Pham (Biology), Jacob Porter (Civil Engineering), Will Sobczak (Computer Science), Ivan de Souza (Finance), John Tubbs (Chemistry-Pre-Med), and Erika Yates (Chemistry).
Jim Schlimmer joins the CBU Administration in the position of Vice President for Enrollment Management. He comes to CBU from Francis Marion University, where he has served as Director of Admissions since 2008. He has also served as Vice President for Enrollment Management at Louisburg College, Vice President for Enrollment at Luther College, and Dean of Enrollment Management at High Point University.
• Emily and Burt Fulmer (Religion & Philosophy) are proud to announce the birth of a 10.5 pound baby boy named Emmett Augustine Fulmer on July 6. Emmett was baptized at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception on August 28, the feast day of Saint Augustine.
• Dr. James Allen (Sport Management) and his wife are proud to announce the birth of their first baby girl, Tessa Allen, on August 26. Tessa weighed in at 9 lb. 7 oz., and measured 20.5 inches.
• The 7th annual For the Kids 5K will take place on Sunday, September 19, starting in the Central Lot at 1:00 p.m. The race is one of Up Til Dawn's biggest fundraisers to help out St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Early registration is $15, and $20 on the day of the race. Everyone is invited to participate — so tell your friends and family to come out as well! Registration forms can be picked up in the Student Life office or downloaded here. Mail completed forms to Gabby Salinas, Race Coordinator, in care of Campus Box T-4. Make checks payable to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
• Up Til Dawn is looking for Morale Captains for this year. The job of a morale captain is to participate/help in all the events, encourage teams (including your own team) to raise money, and — most importantly — boost everyone's morale for Up Til Dawn. Morale captains will also participate in executive board meetings and all-team meetings. Freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors can all be morale captains. This is a great way to support St. Jude and Up Til Dawn, so if you are interested please contact Up Til Dawn as soon as possible or ask for an application in Student Life. Contact Richard Boyette at firstname.lastname@example.org, Lauren Phillips at email@example.com, or Wesley Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our campus choral group, the CB Singers, meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2:00-3:15 p.m., in the basement of Kenrick Hall (K-4) and is looking for new singers!!! You can receive 1-2 hours of CREDIT by joining and enrolling in CB Singers. To schedule an audition time, please contact Mr. Tommy Gaines at email@example.com or stop by his office in the basement of Kenrick Hall. Join CB Singers — you'll have a great time singing and meeting new friends!!
A time and place to meet and listen and share… If you think you are the only student who really wants to succeed but may be uncertain how to do it, who finds some difficulties on the road to college success, who has learning challenges that others may not have, or who faces expectations that may be unclear, we are happy to inform you that you are wrong! (You are not the only one.) Curious? For more information, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and simply ask for information on ACCESS (you already have the ability).