Campbell University Faculty-Staff
Dr. Kimberly Lewis Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice Ambulatory Care
Three from Campbell Law honored in Raleigh RALEIGH – Campbell Law professor Lisa Lukasik and alums Beth Jones and Judge Kristin Ruth were among the more than 50 business and civic leaders honored at the 2011 Triangle Women Extraordinaire awards luncheon on Dec. 6. Each year, Business Leader honors the top women leaders of the South through its Women Extraordinaire awards. Award winners must be an influential leader within her company or business, with an extraordinary impact on its economic success and forward-
thinking strategies. Lukasik has served as an assistant professor of law at Campbell for more than two years and is a seasoned litigator with a decade of experience representing local boards of education. Beth Jones is a 1988 graduate of Campbell Law School and practices employment and education law with Womble Carlyle in Raleigh. Judge Ruth is a 1990 graduate of Campbell Law School and serves as state district court judge for Wake County. FULL STORY
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• Medical School groundbreaking Thursday morning • Students benefit from N.C. Baptist Scholarships • Grad named president of pharmacists society • Both basketball squads named to mid-major polls
As a child, Kim Lewis’s mother, a math teacher, always told her daughter to never become a teacher, but for some reason Lewis always found herself in an “educator’s role.” After graduating from pharmacy school, Lewis completed a pediatric ambulatory care residency at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio and a component of the position was a teaching certificate from Ohio State University. During the residency, she was a teacher’s assistant for the drug information course. Against her mother’s advice, Lewis was hoping for a positive experience, and to her surprise, that is exactly what she received. “Looking back over my life, I feel that being an educator was my calling and becoming a faculty member was the best decision I ever made,” said Lewis, who is currently an assistant professor of pharmacy practice at Campbell University. FULL SPOTLIGHT
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Our Photo of the Week was actually taken 20 years ago. It’s the 1991-1992 Campbell University Men’s Basketball Team, the last team from Buies Creek to advance to the NCAA Tournament. “Lee’s Fleas,” coached by Billy Lee, took on “Duke’s Trees” in the first round, losing 82-56 to the eventual NCAA Champions from that year. 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
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. FALL 2011 MAGAZINE The latest edition of the Campbell Magazine is now out and available online. Our cover story in this issue (the first since last spring) is the University’s Physician Assistant program. Billy Liggett, assistant director for publications, sat in on the first week of classes for the new program to get an inside glimpse of Campbell’s newest program. The PA program comes at a time when North Carolina is experiencing a growing shortage in health care professionals. Also featured are the foreign language department’s new career-focused Spanish courses, the President’s Interfaith Service Challenge and various students and alumni who are representing Campbell well. If you have any questions regarding the magazine, contact Billy Liggett at email@example.com. And Friday, you’ll be able to read the magazine online at http://www.campbell.edu/magazine CUFS 100 SEEKS PEER MENTORS The CUFS 100 pilot program has seen great success in the fall 2011 semester and is looking forward to another successful semester in fall 2012, with additional sections of the CUFS 100 course. CUFS 100 is designed to establish 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.
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The Peer Mentor is an upper-class student who is willing to share their own experiences and assist others as they To nomimake the transition nate students, from high school to simply send an college. email with the A full position students’ names and email description can be addresses (if found on the FYE known) to Judy website at www. Tunstall at tuncampbell.edu/fye stallj@campApplicants must bell.edu by Dec. have at least a 3.0 1, 2012. GPA, be in junior or senior class standing for the 2012 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. Conference on Communcation, Faith The Sixth Conference on Communication and Faith sponsored by Campbell University’s Department of Communication Studies is open to all scholars and professionals interested in the intersection of communication and faith. Graduate students are encouraged to submit. The purpose of this event is to promote research and fellowship among Christian scholars and professionals who have a common interest in faith and communication. The conference will be hosted by Campbell University and the deadline for submitting abstracts or proposals of academic papers is Dec. 3. The conference will be held Friday and Saturday, March 23-24, 2012. Cost will be $30 by Dec. 31 and $35 after. Each proposed abstract or proposal should comprise a 200- to 400-word narrative of the topic. A panel proposal
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CAMEL SPORTS Campbell Athletics will compete in the following games this week (home games in bold): Dec. 9: Wrestling at VMI in Lexington, Va., 7:30 p.m. Dec. 10: Men’s Basketball vs. Methodist (CU Radio Network), 1 p.m. Dec. 10: Women’s Basketball at UNC-Wilmington, 2 p.m. Latest Results: Nov. 25: Men’s Basketball at #25 Creighton, L 81-104 Nov. 26: Wrestling vs. Northern Illinois in Bloomington, Ind., L 14-22 Nov. 26: Wrestling vs. SIUEdwardsville, W 21-10 Nov. 26: Wrestling at Indiana, L 7-31 Novs. 26: Women’s Basketball vs. Eastern Kentucky in Atlanta, W 64-52 Nov. 29: Women’s Basketball vs. Winston-Salem State, W 72-60 Dec. 1: Men’s Basketball vs. Liberty, W 96-82 Dec. 3: Men’s Basketball vs. High Point, W, 72-62 Faculty/Staff Ticket Policy Basketball: As a faculty/staff member, you recieve one free admisison for yourself with your ID and can purchase a $5 game ticket for your spouse and $2 ticket for each child. Season tickets are $130 per reserved seat with membership in the Fighting Camel Club. For more information, contact the Ticket Office at (910) 893-1459 or email tompkinsg@ campbell.edu.
ANNOUNCEMENTS should include a title or topic as well as comprise the abstracts for all its members’ papers. Abstracts and proposals may be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to: Michael Ray Smith Dept. of Communication Studies Campbell University, P.O. Box 130 Buies Creek, NC 27506. Volunteer at Feb. 18 Science Olympiad Faculty, student and staff volunteers will be needed on Feb. 18, for the following tasks at the 2012 North Carolina Science Olympiad at Campbell University: • RECEPTION: helping with checkin in the morning • PARKING: facilitating parking for buses and cars • JUDGING and SCORING: for 35 events – training will be provided ahead of time • EVENT WORKER: set-up and clean up of event rooms • GUIDE: helping students, teachers and their families move through out campus during the day • PRE-EVENT PREPARATION: helping with things behind the scenes beforehand Events will run from 8 a.m. until approximately 2 p.m. after which time there will be an awards ceremony in the Pope Convocation Center. To sign up to volunteer for our tournament, visit www.sciencenc.com and click on volunteer in the top right corner. Fill in the registration form and choose the Buies Creek tournament. A Challenge to Serve To celebrate Campbell University’s 125th anniversary with a challenge to Campbell faculty, staff, alumni and students to complete 125,000 collective hours of service. The service initiative is the fruit of an institution whose foundation was service to others. Campbell University began as a beacon of educa-
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tion in Harnett County and remains so as it continues to excel in the areas of faith, learning and service. We embark upon this 125,000 hour challenge not to brag but because it is who we are. The CU community represents thousands of hours of time spent with Sunday School classes, small groups, civic organizations, non-profit agencies, friends and family serving our neighbors. We want to celebrate this. We For more intake on this chalformation, conlenge of completing tact Sara Acosta these hours because at mccarthys@ we recognize the campbell.edu needs around us and our calling to serve in order to bring healing to the hurting and bring freedom to the oppressed. We take on this challenge because there are still persons living in poverty, hungry children, oppressed people groups and injustice in the world. Upon serving one’s community, the volunteer should submit his or her hours to the online record of service located the anniversary web page and the Campus Ministry web page. Discount at the Biltmore The website is www.biltmore.com/ campbell and your coupon code is: campbell
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.
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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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 inbetween - but always creative and meaningful.