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Brandon Yopp Director of Communications Norman A. Wiggins School of Law
Alum’s photo makes it in Sports Illustrated For a sports photographer, there are few things that top getting a shot published in the nation’s most recognized sports magazine. Many spend an entire career chasing that goal. Campbell University graduate Will Bratton did it at age 22. Bratton’s photo of a University of North Carolina lacrosse player going airborne while wrapped around a player from the University of Detroit was featured in the “Leading Off” photo
gallery - a full-page photo - of the Feb. 20 edition of Sports Illustrated, which features New York Knicks basketball phenom Jeremy Lin on the cover. Bratton, a 2011 Communications Studies graduate from Littleton, currently works as a freelance sports photographer, shooting mostly UNC sporting events for print publications and WRAL TV in Raleigh. He said the night he shot the photo, he knew he had a winner on his hands.
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• Play to capture moments in Campbell history • Artist, wife of professor featured through March 23 • Student designer snags first in national wool contest • Baseball, softball teams off to good start in 2012
Brandon Yopp took over as director of communications at the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law back in November. He oversees all communications and media outreach efforts for the law school. Since joining Campbell Law, Yopp has worked with the administration and faculty to increase the law school’s presence in both local and national media markets, and has launched several social media platforms for the law school. Yopp came to Campbell Law after six years as an assistant media relations director with NC State athletics, serving as the secondary contact for Wolfpack football. A native of Sneads Ferry, Yopp earned a B.A. in communication with a media concentration from N.C. State in 2005, and will complete a master’s degree in May. He resides in Raleigh with his wife Amber. qqq If you would like to be featured in Campbell Spotlight contact Billy Liggett at email@example.com
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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.
The 80s Won’t Die
Campbell University’s Mabel Powell English Club held a “1980s Open Mic Night” recently at the Wallace Student Center. Prizes were handed out for best 80s outfit, best foot and the most ironic readings of cheesy 80s lyrics. Pictured above are Sue Ann Forrest, Victoria Berger, Jesse Covault and Jaclyn Myers. (Photo submitted by English instructor Nathan Salsbury) 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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‘Plant’ now ‘Facilities Management’ The Campbell University Administration recently approved a name change for the “Physical Plant” – which will now be known as Campbell University Facilities Management. “The new name better reflects the skilled services we provide within our department,” said Dave Martin, director of Facilities Management. Martin says the name change also coincides with some changes in responsibility distribution among himself and three assistant directors, who are responsible for various campus services and areas:
Dave Martin, Director of Facilities Management • Major Construction and Renovations • Responsible for Facilities Management Operating Budget • Develop annual Capital Projects and Budgets Randall Johnson, Operations/Events/General Services • Facilities Office Administration • Central Stores • Carpentry • Grounds • Locksmith • Campus Access Control • Painting • General Services • Audio Visual • Facility Scheduling • Event Setups
Scot Philips, Campus Services/Compliance • Custodial Services • Motor Pool/Scheduling • Vehicle Maintenance/Auto Shop • Mail Services • Sanitation/Recycling • Pest Control • Contract Appliances • Rental Properties • EPA/DENR/OSHA/DAVE Compliance Ryan Meyer, Utilities Management/Energy Management • Heating & Air Conditioning • Plumbing • Electrical • Telecommunication • Energy Management
To ensure your request for services is properly scheduled, please contact Facilities Management directly at extension 1610.
Your pharmacy benefits are now powered by Prime
Beginning April 1, 2012, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (BCBSNC) will partner with Prime Therapeutics for pharmacy benefits management. We’re working hard to ensure a smooth transition from Medco to Prime. It’s a change that means great customer service and great value. ®1
Here’s what you can expect: + No interruption of your pharmacy benefit coverage during the transition + Updated member ID card coming soon You’ll receive a new ID card in March, before the April 1 effective date. And, you’ll continue to have the convenience of a single ID card for both medical and pharmacy benefits. If you don’t receive your new ID card by April 1, you should call the number on the back of your current ID card. Customer Service representatives will be available to assist you, Monday-Friday, from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., EST. + Prime welcome kit If you’re currently a Medco mail-service pharmacy customer, you’ll receive a welcome packet to PrimeMail, Prime’s mail-service pharmacy.
Starting Feburary 21, you can visit bcbsnc.com/Rx for more details about the switch to Prime. You’ll find:
Answers to frequently asked questions
Contact information for customer service to help with questions about your prescriptions
Information about automatic transfer of your existing mail-service prescriptions* to PrimeMail
Registration information for PrimeMail’s refill reminder service
And much more about the Prime prescription service
You can also contact the customer service number on the back of your BCBSNC ID card. BCBSNC and Prime Therapeutics – teaming up for value and service.
* If you have a prescription for a controlled drug, federal law prohibits transferring your prescription. If you have a prescription for a compound drug, PrimeMail requires a new prescription due to the complex ingredients required to complete the compound. In either case, PrimeMail will work with you and your provider to obtain a new prescription. PrimeMail is a registered trademark of Prime Therapeutics, LLC. Prime Therapeutics is an independent company providing pharmacy benefit management services for certain Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina members. Treatment decisions are always between you and your provider. Coverage is always subject to the exclusions and limitations noted in your benefit booklet. See your benefit booklet for details. ® Marks of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. ®1 Mark of Medco Health Solutions, Inc. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina is an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. U8067b, 2/12
ANNOUNCEMENTS Story suggestions needed Please send any story ideas for the newsletter and various publications to Billy Liggett at email@example.com. Send your online calendar requests to Bob Dry at firstname.lastname@example.org. NEW: CLASSICAL MUSIC ON THE RECORDER Dr. James Chaudoir, Professor Emeritus of Music Composition at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, will perform two original compositions on recorder at 8 p.m. Thursday, March 15, at Scott Concert Hall. Admission is free. In recent years, Dr. Chaudoir has devoted most of his creative energy on exploring the technical possibilities of the instrument that most people only associate with the recorder they played as a child. Most often seen as the instrument played by grade school students, the recorder is an instrument with a rich history that is increasing in popularity among performers and composers alike. In Petite Suite and Five Pages, Dr. Chaudoir uses extended techniques, particularly multiphonics. Dr. Earnest Lamb, Chairman of the Performing and Fine Arts Department at Fayetteville State University, will premiere two pieces for cello solo. The Conversation and Stress were written for him by Campbell University composer Betty Wishart. Dr. Keith Dippre’s General Disturbance for piano and trumpet, will be performed by pianist Scott Marosek (Chairman of the Music Department at Methodist) and Tim Altman (Chairman of the Music Department at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke). Also performed on the concert will be Experience for string quartet by Betty Wishart and Leviathan, an electronic piece by Basil Carter of Campbell University.
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NEW: Health Fair comes to Campbell March 27 The Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences will host a Health Fair on March 27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Academic Circle on campus. Blue Cross and Blue Shield will be hosting a booth at the Health Fair. NEW: Health Fair comes to Campbell March 27 From campus Food Services to the campus community: We are conducting a survey to better understand your campus lifestyle and preferences. By sharing your thoughts, we will gain valuable insight to help improve your overall campus experience. This online survey will take 5 to 10 minutes and your responses are confidential. Click the link below to begin the survey: http://www.college-survey.com/campbell Campbell Law annual Symposium On March 16, the Campbell Law Review will host its annual symposium at Campbell Law School in Raleigh. The topic of this symposium will be, “The New Global Convergence, Intellectual Property, Increasing Prosperity and Economic Networks in the 21st Century.” The program will include several well known speakers from the North Carolina area and the United States. Spring break soccer clinic for kids A soccer clinic for boys and girls in grades 1-8 will be held April 9-12, coinciding with Spring Break for Harnett, Lee, Cumberland and Sampson county
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CAMEL SPORTS Campbell Athletics will compete in the following games this week (home games in bold): March 7: Softball vs. Hampton (double header), 3 p.m. March 9: Women’s Basketball vs. TBA (Big South Quarterfinals) in High Point, 2 p.m. March 9: Outdoor Track & Field at Seahawk Invitational in Wilmington, TBA March 9: Women’s Golf at James Madison Invitational in Daytona Beach, Fla., 8 a.m. March 9: Softball vs. Ablany in Rock Hill, S.C., Noon March 9: Baseball vs. Valparaiso, 3 p.m. March 9: Softball vs. Bowling Green in Rock Hill, S.C., 4 p.m. March 10: Women’s Golf at James Madison Invitational in Daytona Beach, Fla., 8 a.m. March 10: Outdoor Track & Field at Seahawk Invitational in Wilmington, TBA March 10: Baseball vs. Valparaiso (double header), 1 p.m. March 10: Softball vs. St. John’s in Rock Hill, S.C., 1 p.m. March 10: Women’s Basketball vs. TBA (Big South Semifinals) in High Point, 2 p.m. March 10: Softball vs. UNC Wilmington at Rock Hill S.C., 5 p.m. March 10: Men’s Tennis at N.C. State, 5 p.m. March 11: Men’s Golf at Bash at the Beach in Myrtle Beach, S.C., 8 a.m. March 11: Women’s Golf at James Madison Invitational in Daytona Beach, Fla., 8 a.m.
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schools. Campers will receive age-appropriate personalized and team instruction from clinic directors and Campbell Soccer players to help them develop the fundamentals of the game. Competitions, challenge ladders, games and supervised pool access will occur. Prizes will be awarded daily and a camp shirt will be given to all players. Cost of Camp: For four days, cost is $155 (165 for late registration). Children of Campbell faculty and staff get in for $125. For more information, contact Laurie Franklin at email@example.com
can Revolution”(Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2000). He was winner of the American Revolution Roundtable of New York Book Award, as well as the R.D.W. Connor Award for the best article published in the North Carolina Historical Review in 1989. Dinner will precede the lecture at the Camel Room of Marshbanks Dining Hall at 5:30 p.m. The lecture will begin at 7 in Lynch Auditorium in Campbell’s Lundy-Fetterman School of Business. Contact Dr. Lloyd Johnson at (910) 893-1489 if you have any questions regarding the program or email Cathy Mercado at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health Fair comes to Campbell March 27 The Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences will be hosting a Health Fair on March 27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Academic Circle on campus. Blue Cross and Blue Shield will be hosting a both at the Health Fair, and will be available for any questions the faculty and staff has, as well as if any faculty or staff participates in any of the health screenings offered to document it with BCBS for their mypoints account.
TAKE THE LIBRARY SURVEY, GET A TUMBLER The libraries at Campbell University seek to provide a user-focused, servicerich learning environment, and in effort to serve you better, the library administration invites you to participate in an online user survey. This anonymous survey will provide them with essential feedback about existing services and ways in which the library can improve. Click: http://www.libqual.org/survey/ RWSVDA62PUL53VCY SGA has provided steel coffee tumblers to survey respondents. Upon completion of the survey, print the thank you page and take it to the SGA Office in the basement of Baldwin Hall to claim your free steel travel tumbler.
Anne T. Moore Lecture IS March 15 The Department of History, Criminal Justice and Political Science at Campbell University would like to invite you to the department’s annual Anne T. Moore Humanities Lecture on March 15. Dr. Greg Massey, professor of History at Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, Tenn., will present an illustrated talk on “Past and Present: The Contested Meaning of Liberty in the United States.” Massey is the author of “General Nathanael Greene and the American Revolution in the South,” (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2012) and “John Laurens and the Ameri-
Communication & Faith conference Campbell University’s Faith and Communication Conference will be March 23-24, in a new location, historic Kivett Hall. Registration is $35. The fee covers breakfast and lunch Saturday, March 24. Registration will begin at noon on March 23, in the first-floor area of Kivett Hall. The address for your GPS unit is 113 Main St., Buies Creek, N.C. 27506. Call Michael Smith at (910) 658-7900.
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.
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Check out the available options on the link provided: Keith Hills Membership. Stop by the shop or contact Martha Sutton at (910) 8145797 or email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
CHAPEL SERVICES The Divinity School invites everyone in the Campbell community 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. March 13: Ka’thy Gore Chappell, Cooperative Baptist Fellowship