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Campbell University Faculty-Staff



19 2012


Ted Hancock

Campbell Law hosts Amendment One forum RALEIGH - A month before it will appear on the ballot, students of Campbell’s Norman A. Wiggins School of Law heard a panel of four speak for and against the controversial North Carolina Same-Sex Marriage Amendment on April 9. Sponsored by the student group Campbell Crossroads, the forum featured State Rep. and Campbell adjunct professor Rick Glazier, State Rep. and pastor Phil Shepard, lawyer and Amendment One proponent Anthony Biller and Methodist minister and co-founder of Faith in America Inc. Jimmy Creech. Biller and Shepard spoke as advocates

for, while Glazier and Creech spoke against Amendment one, which would define marriage in North Carolina as strictly between a man and a woman if approved. Same-sex marriage is already banned in the state, but the proposed measure would add the ban to the state constitution. Voters will decide on the amendment on May 8. If the amendment passes, North Carolina will join 12 other Southern states formally defining marriage as between a man and a woman.



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• Baccalaureate, senior banquet set for April 25 • Art exhibit features work of four graduating seniors • Law student to open for Gretchen Wilson at Dogwood Fest • Campbell baseball beats nationally ranked N.C. State

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Ted Hancock, PharmD, assistant professor of pharmacy practice, was recently named chronic care pharmacist of the year by the N.C. Association of Pharmacists. The award was presented at the 2012 Chronic Care Practice Forum in Charlotte. NCAP bestows the award to a member who has helped advance the practice of chronic care pharmacy for patients, pharmacists or other practitioners during the course of the year. “I was both surprised and honored to receive this award for a role that I greatly enjoy. Teaching pharmacy students and helping patients understand their medications is very rewarding,” said Hancock. Hancock is a practice-based faculty member and clinical pharmacist practitioner at Wilmington Health in Wilmington. His future career interests include providing service and leadership to the pharmacist community, and the application of technology to the field of pharmacy. qqq If you would like to be featured in Campbell Spotlight contact Billy Liggett at

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Renovated and ready ...

Campbell University will dedicate its newly renovated softball stadium in memory of former standout Amanda Littlejohn in between its doubleheader games Friday in Buies Creek. Littlejohn died of cancer in 2011, and she played much of her career in Campbell while battling it. Read the full story online HERE. 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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Chronicle of Scholarly Activity 2011

We are compiling information for our next edition of Accolades. The 2012 edition of Accolades is in the making and will highlight the scholarly activity of Campbell faculty between April 16, 2011 and April 27, 2012. Categories for entries this year are: Publications, Presentations, Editorial Work, and Grants. The deadline for 2012 submissions will be Friday, April 27. Any submissions received after April 20 will be saved and added to the 2013 edition. If you have issues with the form contact Bob Dry – If you have questions about submissions contact Billy Liggett –

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Carolinas Psychology Conference

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

Twenty-three Campbell students from the departments of psychology and social work attended the Carolinas Psychology Conference on April 14, in Raleigh at Meredith College. The day’s activities included student presentations and a keynote address by the renowned sleep researcher Dr. Jerome Siegel from UCLA. Story suggestions needed Please send any story ideas for the newsletter and various publications to Billy Liggett at Send your online calendar requests to Bob Dry at NEW: RELAY FOR LIFE FRIDAY IN ACADEMIC CIRCLE The Campus Activities Board Community Outreach committee is hosting the annual Campbell University Relay for Life this Friday at 3 p.m., lasting through 7 the next morning. Teams from around campus will be set up in the Academic Circle selling food, hosting raffles and playing various games, all proceeds go to the American Cancer Society for cancer research for caner research. The event is open to the public, so please come out and bring your families. NEW: Spradley director of distance education Katherine Spradley was promoted recently to the Director of Distance Edu-

cation program. Spradley is a Campbell alumna who holds an MBA from Strayer University and is a certified Blackboard trainer. She has served as the acting director since December. NEW: CU APPAREL SALE An everything-must-go Campbell apparel sale will take place Saturday at 10 a.m. at Barker-Lane Football Stadium. All sales will go toward the Campbell University Athletics program. NEW: Bagley vice-chair of Law board of visitors Campbell Law School Dean Melissa Essary announced recently that Terrence M. Bagley has been selected to serve as Campbell Law Board of Visitors Chairman. A 1982 graduate of Campbell Law, Bagley has served on the board since its inception in 2010. He is currently the deputy managing partner / head of litigation for McGuireWoods. His practice


April 20: Big South Men’s Tennis Semifinal in Asheville, 10 a.m. April 20: Big South Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Conway, S.C., Noon April 20: Softball vs. Coastal Carolina (double-header), 4 p.m April 20: Baseball at VMI in Lexington, Va., 6 p.m. April 21: Big South Women’s Tenis Championship in Asheville, 9 a.m. April 21: Campbell Football Spring Game, Noon April 21: Baseball at VMI (double-header) in Lexington, Va., 1 p.m. April 21: Big South Men’s Tennis Championship in Asheville, 1 p.m. April 21: Softball vs. Coastal Carolina, 2 p.m.


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focuses on products liability, commercial litigation and toxic tort. He is also the chairman of the firm’s consumer products safety team. McGuireWoods is a 900-lawyer firm with 20 offices in the U.S. and abroad. “I am very excited to serve as Chairman of the Board of Visitors,” said Bagley. “This is an exciting time at Campbell Law School, and I look forward to working with our prestigious Board in fulfilling our law school’s vision, while maintaining our reputation as a special and unique place which produces the highest quality lawyer.” Bagley has tried cases in state and federal courts across the country, and has argued cases in state and federal appellate courts. He has extensive experience in defending clients in automotive, power products, and toxic tort.

achievements of Harnett County’s own Paul Green on the campus of Campbell University and in the neighboring towns on April 20-21. Festival-goers can learn about the local playwright and the things he believed in and fought for tirelessly. As Green once said, “The greatest sin society can commit is to cause a man to miss his own life.” Green grew up in Harnett County deeply convicted, he once said, by the immoralities of racial discrimination, military conflict and capital punishment. He often wrote of these things in his novels and dramas and began a new form of theater called the “symphonic drama.” Theater companies usually present these dramas on the sites depicted in the action; such is the case in one of Green’s most famous plays, “The Lost Colony.” Learn more at

SMITH NAMED ‘ROAD SCHOLAR’ for NCHC A Campbell University communication studies professor is the newest speaker for the North Carolina Humanities Council. Dr. Michael Ray Smith of the Department of Communication Studies is now part of the speaker’s bureau for the council.Speakers are known as Roads Scholars because they travel the state’s highways giving presentations on topics of interest to residents of North Carolina. Since 1972 the North Carolina Humanities Council, a statewide nonprofit and affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, has made the humanities a comerstone of public life. Smith will speak on “Free Press in Freehand: The Remarkable Story of North Carolina’s Most Determined Journalist” as part of the NC History and Culture program.

LOOKING FOR VINTAGE PHOTOS For Campbell’s 125th birthday, the University will publish a history book next year, and Dept. of Foreign Languages Administrative Assistant Kendra Erickson is collecting and taking photographs for it. Erickson is looking for photos and photos of artifacts that depict the history of each university department. You can help in two important ways: 1) Locate/search through your digital/ print photos of your department and identify photos of historic significance. These might include (but are not limited to)charter classes, significant faculty and staff members, remarkable students or alumni, construction to the buildings or classrooms, unique events that represent the character and “pizazz” of your department, student club photos, classes in session and on/off campus activities. Burn to a disk or email the best digital photos to in the Foreign Languages Department. 2) Locate/search through all material items/ artifacts that represent your department’s history and character in a tangible way.

PAUL GREEN FEST IN HARNETT APRIl 20-21 The Paul Green Foundation will host a festival to highlight the life and

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 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. April 24: Graduate testimonies

We are wHEn a task Has bEEn idEntifiEd,

it’s the employees, like you, that pull together getting things accomplished!

wHat is tHE EmployEE GivinG CampaiGn?

61% 73% 74% 83% 2008


1912 still buiEs CrEEk aCadEmy 14 employees identified as faculty/staff along with 89 students



EmployEE GivinG CampaiGn History

it’s about you and our studEnts! As hard-working, dedicated employees you change the lives of those around you and are the reason for our success. Thank you for helping make Campbell what it is today! Employee support, during last year’s campaign, made a huge jump in our participation rate-increasing to a record setting 83%! If every employee this year would consider making their best gift possible, it would have a HuGE impact in meeting campus needs.

1963 CampbEll adds tHE first Junior Class on its way to bECominG CampbEll CollEGE 124 employees identified as faculty/staff 1,288 College Students enrolled start of buiEs CrEEk aCadEmy 2 members of the faculty/staff and 16 students enrolled


1937 rECoGnizEd as CampbEll Junior CollEGE 27 faculty/staff 91 students

1987 – abC’s sHow Good morninG amEriCa came to the campus to allow our students to say that famous phrase, “Good Morning America from Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina!” During the Centennial Year, there were 182 faculty/staff for 1,064 undergraduate students.

1887 ------------ 1912 ------------ 1937 ------------ 1963 ------------ 1987 ------------ 2012

How our EmployEEs HavE Grown witH CampbEll

2012 - today we have 757 full –time faculty/staff meeting the needs of 3,258 of our undergraduate students!

kiCk off CampaiGn monday, marCH 26, 2012

Campbell University Newsletter April 19  

Campbell University Faculty & Staff Newsletter for April 19, 2012