Newsletter ‘Idol’ winner Phillips to perform April 2 at Turner Campbell University will once again host an American Idol winner when Phillip Phillips performs at 7:30 p.m. on April 2 at Turner Auditorium. Tickets go on sale to Campbell faculty, staff and alumni Feb. 4 and to the general public on Feb. 6. Admission is free for current undergraduate students. Phillips, the 21-year-old singer/guitarist whose debut single “Home” hit the Billboard Hot 100 top 10 list with 278,000 downloads sold, is the second Idol champ to perform in Buies Creek. Season 7 winner David Cook played a sold-out show at Campbell in 2009. “We’re excited to have another American Idol winner, especially someone like Phillip who has had so much success on the radio beyond the show,” said Chris O’Connor, director of student activities at Campbell. “The David Cook show was sold out in a matter of hours, so it’s exciting to have another performer of that caliber coming to Campbell.” The April 2 concert will be presented by Campbell University’s Campus Activities Board and Student Government Association. Tickets will be $15.
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A New Look Campbell’s website gets a makeover
BUIES CREEK - Visitors to Campbell University’s website will notice a new look and more user-friendly features, the results of a six-month redesign effort by the University’s web team. Big changes to campbell.edu include center-alignment, easier browsing on tablets, improved drop-down menus, quicker access to the school’s social networks, a sports news feed, an improved events calendar and an overall more aesthetically pleasing look, according to Bob Dry, the University’s head web designer and administrator. “The previous site had been online for over three years, and the web has seen a lot of changes in those three years,” said Dry, who joined
CAMPBELL.EDU Click the image above to visit Campbell’s revamped site. Send comments to email@example.com Campbell in October 2011. “Desktop monitors have gotten a lot bigger, and we’re finding that more and more people are accessing our sites through tablets. The new design was needed to address these changes and trends.” FULL STORY
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After 13 years of hard work, Brad Fritsch finally earned his way onto the PGA Tour this year. And his performance last week at Torrey Pines showed he may be around for a while. The 35-year-old Campbell University alumnus finished in the Top 10 of the Farmers Insurance Open in San Diego, earning him the right to play in this week’s Waste Management Open in Phoenix. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Creek Pebbles: The Man Behind Burkot Hall By Cherry Crayton
Burkot Hall is a three-floor residence hall that opened in 1973. It’s named for Alexander Roman “A.R.” Burkot, who worked at Campbell University for nearly 50 years, making him one of the university’s longest-serving employees in history. Here are five other things to know about Burkot:
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1. He was a natural-born leader. The oldest of 13 children, Burkot was born in Pennsylvania in 1909 to parents who were immigrants from Poland. 2. He was committed to quality education throughout his life. Burkot was the first person in his hometown of 900 to graduate from high school. He went on to attend Dickinson College and earn a graduate degree in modern languages from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 3. He loved his languages. At the time that he was hired to teach at Campbell in 1935, Campbell University historian J. Winston Pearce noted in the book “Campbell College: Big Miracle at Little Buies Creek,” Burkot could teach five languages, speak six languages and read no less than 12 languages. 4. He pretty much did it all at Campbell. Former Campbell President Leslie H. Campbell wrote in the 1946 Pine Burr yearbook, “A history of Dean Burkot’s duties and areas of service is impossible.” During his 49 years at Campbell, Burkot
held the titles and responsibilities of teacher, dean of men, registrar, director of admissions, academic dean, vice-president of academic affairs and provost. 5. He insisted on excellence. Burkot once said, “The price of mediocrity is death, if not immediate, still inevitable.” Also maintaining that Campbell “travel the high road of quality of education and living” throughout his career, Burkot helped Campbell evolve from a junior college to a senior college to a university. He died in 1984. Editor’s note: The Creek Pebbles recurring feature on We Are Campbell looks back at the university’s history. Its name is homage to the school’s first newspaper, Creek Pebbles. VISIT OUR TUMBLR SITE
Campbell Law School Associate Professor of Law Greg Wallace is presenting and participating in a panel discussion at the 2013 North Carolina Bar Association Constitutional Rights & Responsibilities Section Annual Meeting today. The meeting includes a continuing legal education program for legal professionals. The program, “North Carolina’s Marriage Amendment: On-theGround Impact One Year Later,” provides a thorough overview of the amendment’s impact, which voters passed in May 2012. The program helps guide practitioners on client advisement and examine pending legal challenges to marriage-defining laws. “This event will help practicing lawyers and local government counsel to better position themselves to address and meet the needs of their clients in situations the new amendment may affect,” said Wallace. qqq If you would like to be featured in Campbell Spotlight contact Billy Liggett at email@example.com
Faculty-Staff Weekly Newsletter SPORTS Campbell Athletics will compete in the following games this week (home games in bold):
More than 120 students were on hand for the first Campus Worship service recently in Butler Chapel. For more information on volunteering for or attending Campus Worship services, email Louisa Monroe at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (910) 893-1549. Campus Worship is held at 7 p.m. on Sundays.
NEW: Change in Facilities management software Facilities Management has made a change in the Computer Software that’s been in use for many years. The new software should enhance the services Facilities Management can offer and at the same time, allow users to be more interactive with requests they make. The current system for work requests and facility scheduling will no longer be available. To log in and register on the new system and begin submitting work orders and submitting facility usage request, please follow the below instructions. 1) Go to www.campbell.edu 2) Click on Faculty & Staff at top of page 3) Under Resources & Services click on Facilities Management Work Request or Facility Scheduling. This will carry you to the Campbell University Intranet page 4) Click on First Time Users Click Here to go to Quick Step Guide for FSDirect
for registration instructions for Facility Scheduling 5) Click on First Time Users Click Here to go to Quick Step Guide for MDRequest for registration instruction for Work Request For more information, contact Lisa Williams at Ext. 1610 or Randall Johnson at Ext. 1613. Founder’s day service is feb. 4 The Founder’s Day celebration presented by Connections (CUW) will be at 10 a.m., Feb. 4 in Turner Auditorium. The Rev. Benjamin Boswell, pastor of Greenwood Forest Baptist Church in Cary and a Campbell alumnus, will bring the message. The University Choir is also scheduled to perform. Audition for ‘The Roses of eyam’ Any faculty or staff interested in auditioning for a play in the Theatre Arts
Feb. 1: Indoor Track & Field at Notre Dame Invitational in South Bend, Ind., 4 p.m. Feb. 2: Indoor Track & Field at Notre Dame Invitational in South Bend, Ind., 9 a.m. Feb. 2: Women’s Swimming at UNC Wilmington in Wilmington, 11 a.m. Feb. 2: Men’s Tennis at Charlotte, Noon Feb. 2: Women’s Tennis at Charlotte, Noon Feb. 2: Women’s Basketball vs. Longwood, 1 p.m. Feb. 2: Women’s Lacrosse vs. Pfeiffer (exhibition), 1 p.m. (Barker-Lane Stadium) Feb. 2: Men’s Basketball vs. UNC Asheville (107.3 FM), 3:30 p.m. Feb. 2: Wrestling vs. SIU-Edwarsville at Hibriten High School in Lenoir, NC, 5 p.m. Feb. 4: Women’s Golf at Hurricane Invitational in Coral Gables, Fla., 8 a.m. Call ext.1459 or email email@example.com with any questions about ticketing for faculty and staff. department should contact Bert Wallace at 4328 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The play, “The Roses of Eyam,” is set in England during the Great Plague of 1666. Wallace is looking for people of all ages, sexes and races to be villagers. Some parts have lines, some do not.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS Payroll deposits no longer printed The Campbell University Payroll Office will no longer print and distribute direct deposit payroll advices. If you would like to view or print your payroll advice, you may login to WebAccess to do so. Please follow the steps below: n Go to wa.campbell.edu n Click on Log In n Login with your credentials: If you have a CU network login and password – use it – it is the same username/password you use to login to your computer, blackboard, owa, etc… If you do not have a CU network login or CU email address and have never logged into WebAccess use the following as a guide: o Username will be your first initial, middle initial, last name and month and date of birth. Example: Joe S. Thompson b: 7/16/1977 - Username: jsthompson0716 o Password will be CampXXXXXX – replace the XXXXXX with the last 6 of your social security number note: the ‘C’ in Camp is uppercase. n Click on Employees n Click on Pay Advices n Click on the Date of the pay stub you would like to view If you have any problems with the login, contact the helpdesk at Ext. 1208 or email email@example.com Baseball ticket policy for 2013 The 2013 baseball ticket policy for faculty and staff at Campbell University is as follows: o One complimentary general admission ticket for yourself and one complimentary general admission for a guest These tickets may only be picked up at the gate when you show a valid Campbell ID at the Jim Perry Stadium ticket window (BB&T Entrance). The ticket
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window opens two hours prior to game time. General Admission tickets are good for sections down the first base and third base lines (sections 101 & 105). Reserved chairback season tickets in the middle sections (102-104) are available at an exclusive faculty/staff rate of $45 per seat. For more information, call or email the ticket office for assistance (tickets@ gocamels.com or x.1459) Segue youth choir concert set for feb. 16 The Segue Youth Choir Concert will be held on Saturday, Feb. 16, at 6:30 p.m. in Butler Chapel on the Buies Creek campus of Campbell University. “The Segue Grand Concert is a snapshot of the synergy experienced when youth choirs from all over our region join together in worship and celebration,” explains Dr. Larry Dickens, adjunct professor of Worship and Church Music, and one of the conductors. Joining Dickens in leading the choirs will be the Rev. Benny Edwards and Dr. Robert Williams, associate professor of Music at Fayetteville State University. He is also Director of Music at McPherson Presbyterian church in Fayetteville. One Voice, the 40-voice youth choir of First Baptist Church, Southern Pines, is the honor choir for the event and is led by Edwards. Youth choirs from around the region will perform as well. Segue, co-sponsored by Campbell University Divinity School and Snyder Memorial Baptist Church, is a one-day, high energy event for youth choirs who are transitioning to the next level of ministry. The concert is free and open to the public.
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CHAPEL SERVICES The Divinity School invites everyone to attend regular chapel services every Tuesday 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.
KEITH HILLS GOLF 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 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com 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.
ANNOUNCEMENTS Gold bracelet lost at graduation Gwendolyn Biggers, business adjunct professor for Campbell’s Fort Bragg campus, lost a gold bracelet during the winter graduation ceremony at the convocation center in December. The bracelet is an heirloom, yellow gold with rose buds. Biggers says she is praying the item will be returned. To contact her, call (910) 257-5252. Free dental, health for children Give Harnett Kids a Smile, a partnership of Campbell University’s Public Health and Physician Assistant programs and several local schools and organizations, will provide a free dental and health services day for uninsured families’ children ages 1-13 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Feb. 2. The clinic will be held at the Harnett County Commons Area, 309 W. Cornelius Harnett Boulevard in Lillington. Services will include dental exams, cleanings, sealants, flouride treatments, medical screenings, nutrition and oral hygiene, educational programs, games, prizes, food and more. Pre-registration is required. Call (919) 267-4211 or visit highhousepedo.com/Harnett-Smiles Give Harnett Kids a Smile is a partnership with High House Pediatric Dentistry, Dentalworks Pediatric Dentistry of Fayetteville, Campbell University Public Health and Physician Assistant Programs, Central Carolina Community College, NC Oral Health Section, and the Harnett County Health Department. CUFS 100 Seeks mentors for fall 2013 The Office of the First-Year Experience is now recruiting outstanding rising junior and senior undergraduate students to serve during the fall 2013 semester as CUFS 100 Peer Mentors. CUFS 100 is designed to establish
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Not just once. But for a lifetime.* Mammograms.
Women age 40 and older should have mammograms every one to two years.*
Talk to your doctor today. For more information, visit www.cancer.gov.
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behaviors and identify resources to help Campbell students be successful academically and personally. One of the keys characteristics of the course is that it is uniquely co-taught by a caring instructor (full-time faculty or staff member) and a Peer Mentor. A full position description and the link to the Peer Mentor application can be found on the FYE website at www. campbell.edu/fye. Applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA, be in junior or senior
class standing for the 2013 academic year, show strong evidence of outstanding leadership, and be an individual who you predict will be a good role model for new Campbell students. If you know outstanding rising junior and/or senior students who show strong evidence of leadership and a desire to help others, please recommend them for this unique opportunity by directing them to the FYE website. Applications are available until Feb. 8.
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Published on Feb 1, 2013