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Dr. Harriss awarded for scholarship

Campbell Business finance professor Dr. James D. Harriss recently received the best Paper Award during the Fall 2014 Academy of Business Research annual conference. Dr. Harriss’ paper, “Getting the Gift Tax Out of the Death Tax – or No Section 2035(b) Inclusion,” beat out 87 other article submissions for the honor. Read More

Dean Faulkner graduates from Leadership Harnett

Campbell Business Dean Keith Faulkner graduated from Leadership Harnett on Oct. 26. The exclusive seventh-month program prepares area leaders by establishing an in-depth view of community issues, expositing participants to community involvement activities, and developing leadership skills. Read More

Campbell Business, University of Reading establish 5 certificate programs

Campbell Business School and the University of Reading have formed a collaborative partnership to award students five different certificates, as announced by Campbell Business Dean Keith Faulkner. The partnership allows Campbell Business undergraduate and graduate students to earn a widely-recognized credential through courses taken exclusively at Campbell Law School’s downtown Raleigh campus. Read More

PGA students share their unforgettable internship experiences

This season 97 students in Campbell University’s PGA golf management program completed internships across the nation, from Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts to Bandon Dunes Golf Club in Oregon. These experiences gave the students the chance to gain experiences in the golf industry while being mentored by a PGA professional at each facility. Read More

Campbell to offer 2 new dual degrees this fall

The College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences is expanding its partnership with the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business to offer two new dual degree programs at Campbell University this fall. Students may now earn a Master of Business Administration (MBA) while simultaneously earning a Master of Science in clinical research or Master of Science in public health degree. Read More

Campbell Business hosts Southeastern Trust School

Campbell Business School is serving as the host of 45th annual Southeastern Trust School (SETS) May 30 through June 6. A nationally recognized continuing education program for trust bankers, SETS offers participants both Certified Trust and Financial Advisor, Accredited Trust Financial Advisor and Certified Financial Planner educational credit. Read more

Campbell Business unveils new logo

The Campbell University Lundy-Fetterman School of Business has unveiled a new logo as a part of a strategic re-branding exercise implemented by Dean Keith Faulkner and the faculty. The new logo, designed by Raleigh-based Winnow Creative, maintains visual continuity and brand recognition with the institution's previous mark by highlighting an updated rendering of the cupola atop the Campbell Business building. Read More

Congratulations Class of 2014

Campbell University conferred 1,038 undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees over five graduation ceremonies May 9 and May 10. In her commencement speech during the main ceremony Saturday, Dr. Karen McNeil-Miller, president of the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust Foundation, encouraged the students to make the most of their graduation day, because it was one of the few days in their life that it was all about them. Read More

Special commencement ceremony held for Campbell student athletes

As their fellow graduates walked across the stage to receive their diplomas this weekend, twelve senior student athletes were far from Buies Creek. These members of the women’s golf, baseball and softball teams were on the road facing some tough competitions. Read More

Business students have best showing at Phi Beta Lambda conference in years

Campbell University’s chapter of the Phi Beta Lambda, a student business association, placed in 15 individual and team events at the 60th State Leadership Conference in Charlotte April 10-12, including taking top honors in five of the events and qualifying to compete at the national conference in 13 of them. Read More

Campbell’s 23rd annual Trust Advisors Forum largest in history

The Campbell University Lundy-Fetterman School of Business and the Trust Education Foundation partnered to host the 23rd Annual Session of the Trust Advisors Forum in Pinehurst that began on Feb. 23 and runs through Feb. 26. Read More

Carolinas PGA names Ryan Dailey Junior Golf Leader of the Year

Ryan Dailey, assistant director of Campbell University’s PGA Golf Management Program, has been named the Carolinas PGA Section’s Junior Golf Leader of 2013. According to the Carolinas PGA, the honor recognizes a PGA professional who has outstanding character, provides opportunities and experiences for juniors to learn and play golf, and exhibits a commitment to junior programs and initiatives that impact the lives of junior golfers. Read More

Outgoing Dean Benjamin Hawkins: “There’ll always be a special place in my heart for Campbell”

Benjamin Hawkins will retire as dean of Campbell University’s Lundy-Fetterman School of Business on Dec. 31 after more than a decade in the position. He sat down with to reflect on his time at Campbell and to talk about what’s next. The following is an edited transcript. Read More

School of Business inducts 34 students into Delta Mu Delta honor society

Campbell University’s Lundy-Fetterman School of Business inducted its second class of students -- 34 of them -- into the Delta Mu Delta international honor society on Thursday, Nov. 7. Read More

Lundy-Fetterman School of Business holds Alumni Recognition Day

Network. Keep your options open. And do something you enjoy. Those, and dozens of other words of advice were offered by alumni of the Campbell University Lundy-Fetterman School of Business who returned to campus Friday to share with students what they’ve learned during their academic and professional careers as part of the school’s Ninth Annual Alumni Recognition Day. Read More

Lundy-Fetterman School of Business names 2013 outstanding alumni

During its 2013 Alumni Convocation on Oct. 9 in Scott Concert Hall, Campbell University’s Lundy-Fetterman School of Business recognized L. Paul Aycock and Ruthie Hodges Sanders with outstanding alumni awards. Read More

Wells Fargo expands scholarship fund for trust majors with $50K gift
Wells Fargo Private Bank has donated $50,000 to Campbell University to expand a fund it established last year that provides scholarships for students in the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business’ Trust & Wealth Management Program. Read More

Hawkins to retire; Faulkner named new business school dean

Campbell University President Jerry Wallace announced today that Dr. Benjamin Hawkins will retire as dean of the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business and that B. Keith Faulkner will become the school’s new dean, effective Jan. 1, 2014. Read More…

School of Business Accredited by ACBSP

Campbell University announced this week the undergraduate and graduate business programs offered by the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business have been accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.  Read More »

Chandler & Meredith Rose Receive Free Enterprise Award

This spring the Adam Smith Club (ASC) held its 34th annual banquet at the Hilton North Raleigh. Chandler and Meredith Rose, received the 2012 Free Enterprise Award, which is a recognition for outstanding service to the community, the business world, and Campbell University. Chandler and Meredith are the owners of ProVantage Corporate Solutions, a merchandising service organization that specializes in retail services such as new store set up, remodels, merchandising services, and new product rollouts through the United States, Canada and Mexico. 

Palmer Maples Teacher of the Year- David H. Orr, PGA – Campbell University

This year’s Palmer Maples Teacher of the Year is David Orr, PGA, Director of Instruction at Campbell University’s PGA Golf Management program. The Palmer Maples Teacher of the Year award goes to the Teaching Professional who has performed outstanding service as a golf instructor.  Read More »

Campbell Wins 3 of 4 rounds in Ethics Bowl

Five students from Campbell University including LFSB trust major, Peter Newby, fared well in the Feb. 10-11 NCICU Ethics Bowl at Meredith College, winning three of the four rounds in which they competed. Read More »


Business School grows with HealthCare Management Program

With the number of health care-related jobs in North Carolina at more than 460,000, Campbell University’s Healthcare Management program was born from a need rather than a luxury. Classes for the program in the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business began in the spring of 2011, making Campbell one of the few universities in the state to be accredited by the Association of University Programs in Health Administration. Read More »

Wright Investors’ Service, Inc. Direct Aid Scholarship

Wright Investors’ Service, Inc. and the Lundy Fetterman School of Business are pleased to announce that, Frank Jennings, a junior, is the 2011 Direct Aid Scholarship recipient. Frank is from Elizabeth City, North Carolina and is a Trust and Wealth Management major in the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business at Campbell University. Read More »

Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society  

Congratulations to our new Sigma Beta Delta inductees: Charlene Adler, Michael Baehr, Lauren Barefoot, Addison Dascombe, Hanna Dunn, David Friberg, Kaitlyn Gardenhire, Jon Goforth, Gabriel Hoffman, Michael Kersey, Rachel Latham, Jordan Marks, Abby Norris, Carla Parker, Kayla Riddle, Thomas Sibrizzi, Daniel Craver, Jonathan Creasman, Traci Davis, Blake Hetrick, Ashley Ricks, Emily Sides, Jillian Stallings, and Nancy Urias.

Business alums honored for success at Convocation

As a student at Campbell University in the mid-1980s, David Wharton didn't think highly about his chances for success. Today, he's thankful his professors and advisors didnt' share that train of thought. Read More »

Business Grads Share Their Success on Alumni Day

Alumni of Campbell's Lundy-Fetterman School of Business returned to campus on Wednesday, Sept. 21, to share their career successes with students in the same classrooms where it all began. Read More »

PGA Level 3 Graduates

The Level 3 Checkpoint and Final Experience conducted by the PGA of America was held on campus over the weekend (Saturday, Sept. 17 and Sunday, September 18, 2011) for our PGA Golf Management Program. Congratulations to our 15 Level 3 graduates! Read More »

LFSB Welcomes New Professors

The Lundy-Fetterman School of Business welcomes new professors, Dr. Kate Lawrence and Dr. LeJon Poole. Dr. Lawrence serves as Associate Professor of Marketing. She received her BFA from the University of Texas at Austin, her MBA from University of the Incarnate Word, and her PhD from Arizona State University. Dr. Poole serves as Associate Professor of Business and teaches many of the Healthcare Management courses. Dr. Poole received his BA from Samford University, and his MBA and PhD from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Robert Wellons Recieves Free Enterprise Award

Robert P. Wellons, of Dunn, N.C., received Campbell University’s Adam Smith Club Free Enterprise Award at a banquet held Tuesday, April5, at the Hilton Hotel North in Raleigh. Given annually, the Free Enterprise Award recognizes individuals who have made outstanding business and civic contributions…Read More »



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