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  • Campbell honors retired professor with newly named center

    November 1 2016 by Campbell University Communications | with 0 comments
    Campbell honors retired professor with newly named center

    From visitors from West Africa to colleagues from local temples and synagogues, George and Joan Braswell greeted each attendee of the George W. and Joan O. Braswell World Religions and Global Cultures Center naming ceremony like a dear friend on Oct. 26. The Campbell University Divinity School hosted the ceremony.

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  • Campbell, Wingate install presidents

    April 19 2016 by Dianna L. Cagle, BR Production Editor | with 0 comments
    Campbell, Wingate install presidents

    Campbell and Wingate universities officially installed new presidents this month. Campbell University in Buies Creek, which was founded in 1887, installed J. Bradley Creed. Wingate University installed its 10th president, Rhett Brown, who is the first former graduate to hold the office of president at the school, which was founded in 1896.

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  • Gender roles: Baptist university rekindles debate

    November 2 2015 by David Roach, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Gender roles: Baptist university rekindles debate

    A partnership between a former Kentucky Baptist university and an organization that supports female pastors illustrates what some see as an advance of the biblical egalitarian movement. The Southern Baptist Convention, in contrast, supports preserving the complementary roles of men and women in the home and church.

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  • J. Bradley Creed named Campbell University’s president

    January 2 2015 by Campbell Communications | with 0 comments
    J. Bradley Creed named Campbell University’s president

    J. Bradley Creed was elected as the fifth president of Campbell University on Friday, Jan. 2. Creed, an accomplished leader of mission-driven institutions and a nationally recognized historian of religion, was unanimously approved by the Campbell University Board of Trustees during a special session.

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  • Campbell’s Jerry Wallace shares his plans for future

    April 23 2014 by Campbell University Communications | with 0 comments
    Campbell’s Jerry Wallace shares his plans for future

    Campbell University president, Jerry M. Wallace, announced during a April 23 meeting of the university Board of Trustees that he will step down as president on June 30, 2015. After a one-year sabbatical, he will transition to the honorary role and title of university chancellor.

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  • Campbell provost named president of Georgetown College

    August 7 2013 by Campbell Communications | with 0 comments
    Campbell provost named president of Georgetown College

    Georgetown College named Campbell University vice president for academic affairs and provost Dwaine Greene its 24th president after approval from its board of trustees Aug. 5.

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  • Campbell’s School of Osteopathic Medicine receives $1 million challenge

    Dr. P.K. Vyas, founder of the Eastern Carolina Medical Center in Benson, N.C., has established a $1 million challenge fund at Campbell University to support its School of Osteopathic Medicine, Campbell President Jerry M. Wallace announced recently. 

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  • Bankruptcy judge named dean of Campbell law school

    April 16 2013 by Campbell Communications | with 0 comments
    Bankruptcy judge named dean of Campbell law school

    J. Rich Leonard, United States Bankruptcy Court Judge for the Eastern District of North Carolina, has been appointed as the next dean of Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law.

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  • Three N.C. Baptist colleges get service honor

    March 20 2013 by Press releases | with 0 comments
    Three N.C. Baptist colleges get service honor

    Three Baptist-affiliated colleges in North Carolina are among recipients of a national service honor.

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  • Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine approved

    April 27 2012 by Campbell Communications | with 0 comments
    Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine approved

    Campbell University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine (CUSOM) has been approved to begin recruiting students for its inaugural class that will begin in August 2013.

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  • RALEIGH, N.C. — On April 18, law professors from Campbell University released a white paper refuting the claims made by Professor Maxine Eichner of University of North Carolina School of Law who has alleged that the N.C. Marriage Protection Amendment would negatively affect current law.

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  • Campbell breaks ground on new medical school

    December 13 2011 by Campbell Communications | with 0 comments
    Campbell breaks ground on new medical school

    BUIES CREEK – One simple but powerful word was repeated during the Dec. 8 groundbreaking ceremony of Campbell University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine. Big.

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  • Campbell bans student after lockdown

    November 11 2011 by Press reports | with 0 comments

    A former Campbell University freshman faces felony possession of stolen weapons charges after a standoff in Buies Creek. Jared Dale Knight, 24, had bail set at $400,000 in a Harnett County courtroom Nov. 10. He was involved in a standoff with county deputies on the north side of campus for about four hours Nov. 9.

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  • Enrollment up at Baptist colleges

    November 4 2011 by BR staff | with 0 comments

    All five of the colleges and universities with ties to the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina listed enrollment increases for fall. Below is a breakdown of enrollment figures and information from each institution.

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  • Campbell Law School to create clinic

    March 5 2009 by Campbell Law School | with 0 comments

    The leadership of the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University announced the creation of a Senior Law Clinic to serve legal needs of low-income senior citizens in the greater Raleigh region. The clinic, which will offer substantive client experience for students and a valuable community service, is slated to open during Campbell Law School’s 2009-2010 academic year.

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