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Leigh Foushee CPHS Director of Alumni Relations

University Report now available online We’ve spent the past year looking back and celebrating 125 years of faith, learning and service at Campbell University. In Year 126, we’re looking ahead. And the future has never looked brighter in Buies Creek. The 2012-2013 school year will be highlighted by the completion of the Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine. Classes for North Carolina’s first new medical school in 35 years will begin next fall in our beautiful 96,500-square-foot facility just west of our main campus. FULL STORY DOWNLOADABLE PDF

President’s Report Click above to watch Campbell University President Jerry Wallace’s video recapping the academic year


Click to read story online

• Malaysia campus president receives Dunn key to city • Story, photo gallery from December 2012 graduation • Top Stories of 2012: Read 10 through 7 • Men’s basketball travels to East Carolina tonight

Leigh Liles Foushee was named director of alumni relations at the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences. A 2000 doctor of pharmacy graduate, Foushee is the first alumnus to serve in the position. “Dr. Foushee is a dedicated graduate and proven leader,” said Dean Ron Maddox, PharmD. “Alumni participation is very important to us at the College, and we are excited to have one of our graduates lead the alumni program.” Foushee has been an active member of the College’s Alumni Association, serving as president during the 2010-2011 term. “I truly believe in this College and its programs, and am so proud to be a part of its evolution,” Foushee said. “The Association has a strong strategic direction and great momentum. I look forward to returning home to inspire and foster a strong affinity for the College among our students and graduates.” FULL STORY qqq If you would like to be featured in Campbell Spotlight contact Billy Liggett at

Faculty-Staff Weekly Newsletter LET US HEAR FROM YOU If you have an announcement, achievement, event or information about a new member of your department send items for next week’s newsletter to Billy Liggett: liggettb@campbell. edu or x:1226

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Human Resources Office offers an electronic application form. • Visit our Employment page • Locate a job opportunity • Click the “Apply online” link located at the bottom of each job posting • Upon completion of the online application, click “Submit” to send directly to HR HR is pleased that they can offer this convenient way to apply on line. It will expedite the hiring process and cut down on extra paper handling.

Positive end to the year

Students congratulate each other at the end of the December commencement ceremony at the John W. Pope Convocation Center. Around 500 students earned their undergraduate and graduate degrees at the ceremony. qqq Did something interesting happen in your office this week? Did you notice something unusual, funny or beautiful around campus- tell us about it! To submit a picture of the week, send it to


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125-year book available

Book spans four eras of Campbell University’s 125-year history On the cusp of opening a state-of-the-art school of osteopathic medicine - North Carolina’s first new medical school in over three decades - Campbell University celebrated its very humble beginnings in 2012. The year marked the University’s 125th anniversary. In 1887, a “slender six-footer with red hair,” J.A. Campbell, huddled inside a small church in Harnett County on a cold early January morning with 16 students and began Buies Creek Academy with a hymn, “Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me.” The school would survive a devastating fire that all but wiped out the campus 13 years later. It would go on to survive (as stated in the above excerpt) World War I, a flu outbreak, the Great Depression and World War II. And it would go on to excel. Today, Campbell University is com-

Barnes & Noble Purchase “Campbell University: 125 Years of Faith, Learning, and Serivce) online by clicking HERE. prised of seven schools, which include the med school, the only law school in North Carolina’s state capital and one of the nation’s most respected pharmacy schools. The story of how Campbell got to where it is today is a fascinating one. And it is captured beautifully in “Campbell University: Celebrating 125 Years of Faith, Learning, and Service,” with narrative written by history professor Lloyd Johnson and designed by Campbell alumnus Jonathan Bronsink. For over a year, they and a team of Campbell University staff and faculty members pored over University records, photographs, slides, yearbooks, catalogs, community anecdotes and personal interviews to create

a snapshot of Campbell first 125 years. “It is the desire of all who contributed that the reader will derive enjoyment from the book’s content and also learn something about this school’s history,” said James Martin, professor of history and chairman of the book committee. Martin said Campbell’s journey from a one-room schoolhouse to a world-class university is a story worth telling and a worthy update of Dr. J. Winston Pearce’s book, “Big Miracle at Little Buies Creek,” first published in 1974. “Whether one is an alumnus, employee or supporter of the University, this work will hopefully enhance their pride in the orange and black,” Martin added. Photos and vignettes fill the 100-page, 10-by-12-inch coffee table book, which consists of four chapters marking the eras of the University’s four presidents.


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NEW: Health center list of medications The University Health Center Pharmacy now provides a formulary of medications that are available on campus to students, faculty and staff. CLICK HERE to see its list of generic medications. The equivalent brand name is provided in parentheses for your reference and comparison.

SPORTS Campbell Athletics will compete in the following games this week (home games in bold):

NEW: Facebook page reaches 9,000 ‘likes’ Just in time for the New Year, Campbell University picked up its 9,000th “like” on Facebook on Dec. 31. Now it’s on to 10,000! If you are on Facebook and aren’t currently a fan of Campbell’s main Facebook page, we hope you’ll become a follower by visiting NEW: Evelyn howell retires after 22 years Monday marked the last day for friend and colleague Evelyn Howell, who has been the transcript registrar for many years and leaves the Registrar’s Office after 22 years and nine months of faithful service. Good luck, Evelyn! NEW: Campbell Law to host trial competition Campbell Law School has been selected to serve as one of 14 host institutions for the 38th National Trial Regional Competition. The competition for region five will be held, Feb. 8-10, at the Wake County Courthouse. Twelve law schools will be represented at the competition, including Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, Campbell Law, Charlotte School of Law, Duke University, Elon University, Emory University, Mercer University, North Carolina Central University, University of Georgia, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, University of South

Meet me in St. Louis

Eighteen students and two Campbell staff members worked in East St. Louis in December helping Campbell Divinity graduate Drew Phillips and others minister to those who live in the poorest zip code in the United States. The volunteers scraped off old paint and applied new paint; cleaned up and organized closets; wrapped and organized Christmas presents; and played, did homework and just “hung out” with children at the Christian Activities Center. This is the latest in many mission trips that Campus Ministries has provided over Christmas break.

Carolina, and Wake Forest University. Two teams will take part in the competition from each of the 12 institutions. The top two teams from each of the 14 regions will advance to the 2013 National Trial Competition, April 3-7, in San Antonio, Texas. More than 175 schools comprise the 14 regions.

Jan. 2: Wrestling at Southern Scuffle in Chattanooga, Tenn., 9 a.m. Jan. 2: Men’s Basketball at East Carolina in Greenville, 7 p.m. Jan. 3: Women’s Basketball vs. Coastal Carolina, 7 p.m. (Faculty/ Staff Appreciation) Jan. 5: Women’s Basketball vs. Presbyterian, 7 p.m. (Faculty/Staff Appreciation Jan. 5: Men’s Basketball vs. Gardner-Webb, 3:30 p.m. (Faculty/Staff Appreciation) Jan. 7: Women’s Basketball at Gardner-Webb in Boiling Springs, 7 p.m. Call ext.1459 or email with any questions about ticketing for faculty and staff. Faculty-Staff appreciation games All Campbell faculty and staff will receive two free tickets for any available section in the arena for the following games: Jan. 3: Women’s Basketball vs. Coastal Carolina, 7 p.m. Jan. 5: Women’s Basketball vs. Presbyterian, 1 p.m. Jan. 5: Men’s Basketball vs. GardnerWebb, 3:30 p.m. Contact the Gore Arena ticket office (910) 893-1529 for details.



Faculty-Staff Weekly Newsletter CHAPEL SERVICES The Divinity School invites everyone to attend regular chapel services every Tuesday (beginning Jan. 15) in Butler Chapel from 10:40-11:30 a.m. Services intentionally feature different styles of worship over the semester - sometimes formal and liturgical, sometimes casual and contemporary and sometimes in-between - but always creative and meaningful.


Feeding the hungry

Campbell’s CUFS100 program teamed up with the Western Harnett County food pantry over the fall semester to raise awareness of hunger in the area, collect food and harvest crops at the Mustard Seed Community Garden. Over the semester, the group collected and donated over 2,000 pounds of food to the food pantry.

MedICAL School Construction update Update courtesy of TA Loving Construction: * Temple Grading has completed the water main and the state has approved the water system for use. Temple is continuing to work on the sanitary sewer main and fiber-optic installation. * Progress Energy has installed all of the pole bases for parking lot lighting. Lights will be going up soon and landscaping by Green South Landscaping will start soon after. * Southeastern Interiors & American Drywall have begun hanging drywall in all available areas. * Whitman Masonry will be wrapping up major activities before Christmas and will soon demobilize. * Baker Roofing has started zinc wall panels on the south wing and is preparing to tie the gable-end zinc panels into

the parapet flashing on the north wing. * Schindler Elevator will start installation of the elevators before Christmas and will need approximately six weeks to complete their work. Retro Elevator will then arrive on site to install the custom elevator interiors. * Bryant-Durham Electric, Triangle Mechanical, Allied Fire Protection and Comfort Engineers are in the process of wrapping up all rough-in activities. Campus worship returns Jan. 20 Campus Worship will return Jan. 20 and Sundays thereafter at 7 p.m. in Butler Chapel. Those wishing to participate or learn more about Campus Worship can contact Campus Ministry at cmgrad2@ or (910) 893-1549.

Keith Hills Golf Club is running a promotion to increase membership and participation at the facility. The club has eliminated the monthly dues payments and dramatically lowered the cost.

No More Monthly Dues

• One-time payment only for a one-year membership • Four membership options starting as low as $299 This promotion will be for a limited time only, and the membership is good for the 2012 calendar year. If you buy your new 2012 Membership in November, then you receive the remainder of November and December for free. Stop by the shop or contact Martha Sutton at (910) 8145797 or for more details.

FITNESS CENTER The following fitness schedule began on on the first day of the fall semester: • Holding Fitness Center Hours: Monday-Thursday 6 a.m. to midnight ... Friday, 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. ... Weekends, noon to 7 p.m. • Carter Free Weight Gym Hours: Monday-Thursday 4 to 9 p.m. ... Friday 4 to 6 p.m.

Campbell Newsletter Jan. 2  

Campbell University Faculty and Staff newsletter for Jan. 2, 2013

Campbell Newsletter Jan. 2  

Campbell University Faculty and Staff newsletter for Jan. 2, 2013