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Newsletter Lacrosse makes history with win in first game Campbell University’s lacrosse team enjoyed a big win in the program’s first game Saturday, beating Kennesaw State 21-4. Junior Cloey Henchcliffe was named Choice Hotels Big South Offensive Player of the Week and freshman Loren Day was tabbed The Crons Brand Big South Freshman of the Week for Feb. 18-24, following the win. Henchcliffe netted eight goals in the win, five of which were in the first half. She scored three in a row during a twoand-a-half minute span. Henchcliffe created her own scoring opportunities with four unassisted goals, and also recorded six ground balls and caused five turnovers. “Cloey is a dynamic threat in the midfield and a decorated former first team All American Junior College Player,” said head coach Phil Schuman. Day scored five goals in her collegiate debut against Kennesaw State, finishing with the second-most goals in the Camels’ victory. She recorded a team-high three assists to finish the night with eight points. The Fighting Camels are back in action Tuesday as they host Longwood in a 7 p.m. match at Barker-Lane Stadium.


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A hole in nine

PGM program’s trick putt on YouTube seen by millions around the world When Nathan Mead became president of the PGA Golf Management Student Association at Campbell University last semester, he introduced a slogan that he hoped would set the tone for the group for the academic year: “Do big things.” Mission accomplished. A video that features Mead and eight other seniors in the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business’ PGA Golf Management University Program hitting nine putts into one golf hole, at one time, has gone viral. National news organizations such as CNN and USA Today, sports sites such as Sports Illustrated’s Golf. com and Yahoo Sports, and news stations from around the world -- from 23ABC News

Watch it now! Still haven’t seen the putt everybody’s talking about. Watch it by clicking HERE. in Bakersfield, Calif., to Zweites Deutsches Fernseher in Germany -- have picked up the video and described the trick shot with plenty of superlatives. Among them: “improbable,” “an incredible moment,” “astonishing,” “awesome,” “impossible trick shot,” “tremendous,” “the most impressive shot you’ll ever see” and “the all-time trick shot.” FULL STORY


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• Campbell Magazine top publication at CASE III awards • Social Work inducts new students into Honor Society • BLOG: A big week for Campbell University • Campbell baseball travels to Duke Wednesday




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Campbell Law School hosted 18 schools last weekend for the second annual North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities Ethics Bowl. “Ethics Bowl offers our students an extraordinary opportunity to dialog with other topnotch students from around the state on real-life moral dilemmas,” said Campbell associate professor of theology and philosophy Adam English, who also heads Campbell’s ethics team. FULL STORY 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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Medical School

Chronicle of Scholarly Activity 2012

A Legacy of Achievement Campbell Accolades - 1

CUSOM partners with Southeastern Health The Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine and Southeastern Health announced a partnership on Tuesday, Feb. 19, at Southeastern Regional Medical Center in Lumberton to offer medical training opportunities for Campbell’s students. The agreement is one of several academic health center partnerships between the newly formed medical school and major health care institutions in the region. The partnership with Southeastern Health would involve training opportunities for third- and fourth-year Campbell medical school students, with additional residency programs provided post-graduation. Students and residents would have the opportunity to train alongside primary care physicians at Southeastern Regional Medical Center as well as primary care physicians and specialists throughout Southeastern Health’s network of 40 clinics. The Campbell University School of Os-

Joanne Anderson, CEO of Southeastern Health in Lumberton, and John Kauffman, Dean of the Campbell School of Osteopathic Medicine, sign a formal partnership agreement on Feb. 19.

teopathic Medicine will open to its first class of 150 students in August 2013. Students will spend the first two years learning on the Harnett County campus in state-of-the-art simulation labs before being assigned to training opportunities in regional community hospitals. Dr. John Kauffman, dean of the School of Osteopathic Medicine, said this model is ideal for training primary care physicians, particularly physicians who will practice in rural and underserved areas. “By placing our students in community hospitals for their third and fourth years and having residency programs available once they graduate, we believe it will enable our students to put down roots and become the next generation of physicians who practice in this community,” said Kauffman. FULL STORY

NOW TAKING ACCOLADES SUBMISSIONS Excellent teaching in the classroom and hands-on instruction ensure Campbell students are wellprepared for life after graduation. We are equally proud of the scholarly and professional achievements of our faculty. Accolades is an annual publication which highlights these efforts. This publication is made available to all members of our own faculty and trustees as well as administrative leaders at nearly 800 of our sister institutions. Submissions are now accepted online for the 2013 Accolades publication. Submissions will be accepted through April 19. accolades/ qqq If you would like to be featured in Campbell Spotlight contact Billy Liggett at


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CAMPBELL STUDENT WINS NCCMA literary award for poem, ‘Encased’ Campbell student Jacob Berger won “honorable mention” in the North Carolina College Media Association’s 2012 Statewide College Media Awards for his poem, “Encased,” which was published in the Lyricist, a Campbell University publication. The award was announced Feb. 16, at North Carolina A&T University. According to communication studies professor Michael Smith, Berger’s poem marked the first NCCMA award for the Lyricist in the publication’s history.

NEW: FUND CREATED FOR LACI BLACKMON On Jan. 13, the granddaughter of Marty Blackmon (distance education coordinator) was critically injured with blunt force trauma to the head, multiple pelvic fractures, a femur fracture and other injuries. The stepfather has been charged with abuse. The Laci Blackmon Fund has been established to assist with medical care, therapy, modifications to the residence, and more. Prayers and donations are welcomed for this family. Donations can be made at any First Citizens Bank by specifying the Laci Blackmon Fund or online at Fundly (

NEW: Goo GOo Dolls pre-sale tickets Tickets for faculty and staff are currently on sale for the upcoming Goo Goo Dolls concert (April 17 at the convocation center). CLICK HERE for complete details. NEW: Safety issue regarding golf carts Sent out on behalf of Campus Safety: University golf carts that do not have a license plate on the back (such as the GEM Carts) are not licensed or insured to be on the roadway. Please make every effort to not operate golf carts in the


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SPORTS Campbell Athletics will compete in the following games this week (home games in bold): Feb. 26: Softball at N.C. Central (doubleheader) in Durham, 1:30 p.m. Feb. 26: Women’s Lacrosse vs. Longwood, 7 p.m. Feb. 27: Baseball at Duke in Durham, 3:15 p.m. Feb. 27: Men’s Basketball vs. Longwood, 7 p.m. Feb. 28: Women’s Tennis vs. Liberty, 2 p.m. Feb. 28: Women’s Basketball at High Point, 7 p.m. March 1: Baseball vs. Lafayette, 3 p.m. March 1: Indoor Track & Field at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Va., 3 p.m. March 1: Softball vs. Memphis (Bank of Hawaii Invitation) in Honolulu. 3:30 p.m. March 2: Indoor Track & Field at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Va., 9 a.m. March 2: Baseball vs. Lafayette (doubleheader), 1 p.m. March 2: Men’s Tennis at Gardner-Webb in Boiling Springs, 2 p.m. March 2: Women’s Tennis at Gardner-Webb, 2 p.m. March 2: Men’s Basketball at High Point, 4 p.m. March 2: Softball vs. Western Kentucky in Honolulu, 11 a.m. March 2: Softball vs. Hawaii in Honolulu, 3 p.m. March 3: Women’s Golf at Edwin Watts Kiawah Island Classic in S.C. March 4: Men’s Golf at Davidson Invitational in Davidson. Call ext.1459 or email with any questions about ticketing for faculty and staff.


Faculty-Staff Weekly Newsletter 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.


CAMPBELL’s ‘harlem shake’

If you haven’t caught on to the Internet phenomenon of the “Harlem Shake,” we’re not here to explain it. In fact, it’s nearly impossible to explain. So just sit back and enjoy Campbell’s version ... it’ll only take half a minute! (CLICK PHOTO TO SEE VIDEO)

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 travel lanes on the streets. If an accident were to occur with a golf cart on the street it could be a liability not only to the University but to the driver as well. Also, use crosswalks where available when crossing the street. Thank you, Lt. Tim Lloyd Harnett County Sheriff’s Office Director of Campus Safety, Campbell University NEW: Explanation of ‘cobra’ in insurance You may have seen or heard the term “COBRA” in relation to health insurance, but may not be sure what it means. COBRA is an acronym that stands for the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985. This is a federal law that created the right to the continuation of your group health insurance coverage under Campbell’s Health Insurance Plan when you would otherwise lose your coverage. It can also become available to other members of your family

who are covered under the Plan when they would otherwise lose their group health coverage. For additional information about your rights and obligations under the Campbell’s health insurance plan and under federal law, you should review the COBRA information on the HR website at human-resources/health-insurance/ There you will find: • The name of the plan and the name, address, and telephone number of someone whom the employee and spouse can contact for more information on COBRA and the plan; • A general description of the continuation coverage provided under the plan; • An explanation of what qualified beneficiaries must do to notify the plan of qualifying events or disabilities; • An explanation of the importance of


• 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.

ANNOUNCEMENTS keeping the plan administrator informed of addresses of the participants and beneficiaries; and • A statement that the general notice does not fully describe COBRA or the plan and that more complete information is available from the plan administrator and in the SPD. Volunteers needed for science olympiad Faculty, student and staff volunteers will be needed for the following tasks for Science Olympiad, scheduled for March 16 at Campbell University: n Reception: Helping with check-in in the morning n Parking: facilitating parking for buses and cars n Judging and Scoring: For 35 events – training will be provided ahead of time n Event Worker: Set-up and clean up of event rooms n Guide: Helping students, teachers and their families move through out campus during the day n Pre-Event Preparation: Helping with things behind the scenes beforehand Events will run from 9 a.m. until approximately 2:30 p.m. on March 16, after which time there will be an awards ceremony in the Pope Convocation Center. To sign up to volunteer for our tournament visit and click on volunteer in the top right corner. Fill in the registration form and choose the Buies Creek tournament. 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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Hosted by Campbell University Teaching Fellows This semester the Teaching Fellows are supporting a special service project. Due to the brave openness that Robin Roberts (Good Morning America) has shown as she has shared her story of her bone marrow transplant as well as highlighting the need for more to agree to volunteer to be marrow donors, the group decided to host a Bone Marrow Registry Drive on March 20, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. This service project has the potential of saving a life. One of the Fellows’ father was saved by a bone marrow transplant when the student was only about 7 years old. In addition to their effort on March 20, the group is also asking for donations, because it takes $100 per tissue analysis in order to list a person on the registry. You can learn more about our service project on our website at . Those wishing to volunteer can contact Kendele Moore, TF council president, at

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@ or x.1459)

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.




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